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    The beginning from the crutch gas field.. Saudi Aramco enters the energy field in Iraq

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    The beginning from the crutch gas field.. Saudi Aramco enters the energy field in Iraq Empty The beginning from the crutch gas field.. Saudi Aramco enters the energy field in Iraq

    Post by Rocky Thu 25 May 2023, 8:02 am

    The beginning from the crutch gas field.. Saudi Aramco enters the energy field in Iraq

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    Economy News / Baghdad
    On Thursday, the Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Affairs and Minister of Oil, Hayan Abdul-Ghani, announced the agreement with Saudi Arabia for Aramco to invest and develop the Crutch gas field in Anbar Governorate.
    Abdul-Ghani said, on the sidelines of his participation in the Iraqi-Saudi Coordinating Council, that "the goal of investing and developing the Akkas gas field is to reach a production capacity of (400 cubic meters) million standard cubic feet per day."
    He pointed to "the initial agreement with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to contribute to the investment in the Nebras project, which is one of the most promising strategic projects in the petrochemical industries in Iraq and the region."



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