Parliamentary Oil confirms the region's violation of the oil agreement and promises to legislate the "deterrent" law[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] |Today, 14[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
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Today, Friday, the Parliamentary Oil, Gas and Natural Resources Committee revealed that the region continues to smuggle oil abroad, while stressing that stopping smuggling will not be stopped except by enacting the oil and gas law.
Committee member Intisar al-Moussawi explained to (Baghdad Today) that "there is an agreement on 450,000 barrels that he produces for the purpose of exporting them through SOMO," noting that "it was agreed on this matter, because Kurdistan is known for smuggling, especially towards Syria or Turkey, as they still have crossings through which smuggling can be carried out." Quantities of oil without the knowledge of the federal government.
Al-Moussawi indicated that "the oil and gas law will be a deterrent and represent an important solution to such matters, and the legislation of the law will be soon."
And the economic expert, Nabil Al-Marsoumi, revealed earlier today, Friday, that the region resorted to exporting oil to Turkey by tankers during the past three weeks.
Al-Marsoumi, who asked in his post on Facebook, followed by (Baghdad Today), about "what after the cessation of Kurdistan's oil exports?" He explained that "field operators in the Kurdistan region, such as Gulf Keystone Petroleum and DNO or Norwegian, were forced to close or sharply reduce production due to their capacity." Limited storage And Forza Petroleum, which is based in Canada and operates the Hawler field, which has a production capacity of 15 thousand barrels per day in northern Iraq, confirmed that "its production is mostly stopped."
He added, "Reducing the expenses of foreign companies operating in the region and the decline in their shares," noting that "the departure of giant tankers from the area near the Turkish pipelines, in reference to the delay in the flow of supplies from the region, as the two tankers, "Neverland" and "Amax", left the area near the Turkish pipelines station. The pipelines in Turkey, after the two tankers failed to obtain any quantities of Iraqi Kurdistan oil, while there are still 3 tankers parked in the hope of obtaining Kurdish crude. Millions of barrels of Kurdish crude.
He continued, "The region resorted to exporting oil to Turkey by tankers, as 40,000 barrels per day were exported during the past three weeks from the Khurmala oil field, which represents one of the three fields in Kirkuk, while part of the remaining production was filtered in Kurdistan refineries and its products were sold in the local market." ".