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    Today, Wednesday (July 19, 2023), economist Nabil Al-Marsoumi explained the five challenges facing restoring the Iraqi-Syrian oil pipeline, while referring to the differences between Baghdad and Damascus in this regard. 
    Al-Marsoumi said in a post I followed (Baghdad Today): “The Iraqi-Syrian oil export pipeline dates back to 1952, when it was implemented by the British (BP) company. international coalition) in Iraq and Syria. 
    The tube and its design capacity 
    He added: "The length of the line is 800 km with a diameter of 32 inches, and it connects the fields of Kirkuk and the port of Banias in Syria and Tripoli in Lebanon, and its design capacity is 700 thousand barrels per day." 
    While the economist pointed out that "the interest in reviving this line returned after Turkey refused to resume Iraqi oil exports from the fields of Kirkuk and Kurdistan through the Turkish port of Ceyhan," it is likely that "this line will be a substitute for the Iraqi-Turkish line and a new outlet for Iraqi oil exports, but the re-work In this line, he faces a set of difficulties and challenges. 
    Difficulties and challenges
    Al-Marsoumi outlined the challenges facing restoring the line as follows:
    First: The project conflicts with the US sanctions imposed on Syria. Therefore, passing the project requires US approval, because it passes through areas under Washington's influence, and bypasses the Caesar Act.
    Second: The pipeline territory is a conflict zone in both Iraq and Syria.
    Third: the high cost of completely rebuilding the infrastructure of the destroyed project. 
    Fourth: The high cost of maintaining the pipelines, and the authorities responsible for the security and guarding of the pipeline, which passes through the Syrian Desert, in which ISIS cells are active.
    Fifth: If Iraq has the financial ability to maintain the line on the Iraqi side, but Syria does not have the ability to do so, in addition to the differences between Iraq and Syria.
    On the issue of re-establishing the pipeline, he explained that "Baghdad demands that this be done equally between it and Damascus, while the latter refuses to do so." 
    And on (July 17, 2023), the Iraqi government spokesman, Basem Al-Awadi, announced that the renewal of the Banias line for the export of Iraqi oil through Syria, and the presence of international forces in the region may be among the files raised during the meeting of Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. in Damascus.
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