Referred to American, European and Arab companies... delaying projects worth 41 million dollars in Basra[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
Baghdad today - Baghdad
Today, Saturday, the Federal Integrity Commission revealed violations in a contract and delay in implementing a project at a cost of (41,000,000) million US dollars, indicating that the contracts were transferred to American, European and Arab companies.
In a statement received by (Baghdad Today), the Commission's Investigation Department confirmed that "its staff in the Basra Investigation Directorate detected violations in a contract at a cost of (22,000,000) million US dollars concluded by the Basra Oil Company - West Qurna Operations Authority with the American Exxon Mobil and the British Petrofac."
The department indicated that "the Basra Oil Company has rented a number of caravans to implement the contract for vocational training for its cadres, despite the presence of a number of empty buildings, in addition to purchasing training materials from the United Arab Emirates in large sums, knowing that these materials are available in the market." local.”
She added, "The directorate's team moved to the Zubair Operations Authority in the same company, and was able to control the priorities of the Al-Baradiyah water project, which cost (19,000,000) million US dollars, equivalent to more than (25,000,000,000) billion Iraqi dinars, within the company's social benefits, due to the delay in its implementation. Pointing out that "the project has been referred to the Italian company, Eni, and the Egyptian company, Sun Misr, for the purpose of implementing it since 2020."