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    Iraq plans to raise the production of the Rumaila field to one million and 700 thousand barrels per

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    Iraq plans to raise the production of the Rumaila field to one million and 700 thousand barrels per  Empty Iraq plans to raise the production of the Rumaila field to one million and 700 thousand barrels per

    Post by Rocky Mon 26 Dec 2022, 7:37 am

    Iraq plans to raise the production of the Rumaila field to one million and 700 thousand barrels per day

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    Economy News - Baghdad
    Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Affairs and Oil Minister Hayan Abdul-Ghani confirmed, on Monday, the endeavor to raise the production of the Rumaila field to one million and 700 thousand barrels per day.
    The media office of the Minister of Oil stated in a statement, "The Minister of Oil, Hayan Abdul-Ghani, visited the Rumaila oil field and inspected the Rumaila central station, the gas isolation and compression station in the field, and a number of border wells at the" Ratka" station.
    He pointed out that "the minister was accompanied on his tour by the Director General of the Basra Oil Company, Bassem Abdul Karim, the Director General of the South Gas Company, Hamza Abdel-Baqi, the director of the (BP) company in Iraq and a number of directors of bodies and officials in the oil companies, and the media office."
    Abdul-Ghani said, according to the statement, that "the ministry is keen to follow up on the implementation of strategic plans to sustain and increase production and the development operations currently underway in the field due to its steady contribution to national production."
    He added, "The Rumaila field is one of the largest oil fields produced in Iraq, and its current production is (one million and 400 thousand barrels per day)," adding, "We plan to increase and raise the production capacity of the field to the rate (one million and 700 thousand barrels per day) during the coming period." .
    And he continued: "We are working to invest all the quantities produced from associated gas from the Rumaila field, with the cooperation and concerted efforts of the "Basra Oil, South Gas, and Basra Gas" companies. 
    He pointed out that "the gas compression station, the gas isolation station, and the central and southern station are managed according to the latest technologies and electronic programs," stressing "the stability of production from (10) border wells at the Ratka station, and there are promising plans to develop it."
    He pointed out that "it was directed to increase financial allocations to support the development of social services projects for the citizens of villages and cities near and surrounding the field, and to work to improve the level of health services and infrastructure," stressing the need for "BP" to develop national staff according to the latest training programs to enable them to manage field".
     



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