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    Parliamentary Oil reveals the reasons for the disruption of Kurdistan's oil exports and Ankara's con

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    Post by Rocky Thu Jun 22, 2023 4:35 pm

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    Parliamentary Oil reveals the reasons for the disruption of Kurdistan's oil exports and Ankara's conditions for resuming them


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    A member of the Parliamentary Oil and Energy Committee, Kazem Al-Touki, revealed this evening, Wednesday, the reasons for the disruption of Kurdistan region’s oil exports through Jahan, and we ask Turkey to resume oil.
    Al-Touki said, in a television interview followed by Al-Mutalaa, this evening, Wednesday, that: “Turkey claimed technically that there was an injury to the Ceyhan pipeline due to the earthquake; but the truth is that Turkey’s decision to stop oil exports has a political aspect, especially after the decision of the International Tribunal to stop exporting the oil of the Kurdistan region.” ". 
    And he added, "The government has asked more than once to send a Turkish delegation to discuss the issue, and Turkey was awaiting Iraq's budget, especially with regard to exports through Ceyhan, and the federal government is the main affected, not Kurdistan, from stopping exports."
    Al-Touki added, "There is an item in the budget that obliges the Kurdistan region to pay its oil money since 2003 to the federal government, and Turkey wants Baghdad to give up the case filed by international courts as a condition for resuming oil exports," pointing out, "One of the alternative solutions to the Ceyhan line is the development of the Aqaba line." ".
    And he added, "Basra's oil ports are operating at their full maximum export capacity, and Iraq cannot raise its production capacity due to the stoppage of the Ceyhan pipeline. Oil is now produced, but it is not exported, and Iraq pays the investing companies even with the stoppage of exports."
    Al-Touki pointed out that "the port of Faw will provide export flexibility to Iraq to double what it exports today," adding, "The regions of Najaf, Anbar and Nineveh have the lion's share in the sixth licensing round, as they include exploratory patches for free gas, and Iraq needs from 6 to 7 thousand cubic meters of gas."
    And he noted that "if it is referred to the licensing rounds for solid companies, according to the statement of the Prime Minister and the Minister of Oil, then Iraq needs two to three years to invest gas," revealing "a defect in the contracts of previous licensing rounds that led to the non-investment of associated gas, and the four previous licensing contracts are tainted." Lots of bugs."
    Regarding the social benefits in Dhi Qar, the representative of the province explained that: “Each oil company is supposed to allocate annually 5 million dollars that the company spends and recovers from the Ministry of Oil. She's the sergeant."
    And he went on to say, "After 2015, these sums were transferred to local governments and until 2023 the affected areas are asking for this company to pay 28 million dollars that have not been spent yet and are arguing. For example, if the cost of one school according to Iraqi contracts is one billion dinars, the company raises the value to one billion and 800 dinars, noting that they are the same standards." ". 
    "We have a water project that covers more than 40,000 people. It was submitted 3 years ago to this company, and its cost is one billion and 900 million dinars, and its capacity is 400 cubic meters, and it refuses to work on it. To get rid of these problems, we asked the Prime Minister to transfer the sums of social benefits to oil projects according to Iraqi contracts." ".

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