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    International oil companies operating in the region propose to deal directly with the federal govern

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    International oil companies operating in the region propose to deal directly with the federal govern Empty International oil companies operating in the region propose to deal directly with the federal govern

    Post by Rocky Thu 09 Nov 2023, 3:21 pm

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    Baghdad/Al-Masala Al-Hadath: International oil companies in the Kurdistan region of Iraq proposed selling crude from their fields directly to the federal government in an attempt to resume exports that have been halted for more than seven months.
    Companies operating in the Kurdistan region have largely halted production since a dispute over payment of arrears led Turkey to halt a pipeline transporting crude oil to the Mediterranean coast. About 500,000 barrels per day of supplies from northern Iraq to global markets have been cut off.
    Turkey said last month that the pipeline was ready to resume shipping oil supplies, but several problems must be resolved before flows could begin. The Iraqi federal government is demanding the right to sell all oil from Kurdistan, while companies have production agreements with the regional administration of the region and were selling the majority of their supplies to it. Before exports stop.
    The companies, already facing losses of more than $1 billion due to the halt in exports, met with Iraqi officials in Dubai and offered to sell their production directly to SOMO, the state oil marketing company, the Kurdistan Petroleum Industries Federation, which represents the companies, said in a statement.
    The producing companies confirmed that they will not increase production for export until the problems are resolved.
    The Kurdistan Petroleum Industries Federation said companies will be able to fully resume oil production when there is a clear, well-defined and legally binding agreement on oil sales and export conditions, including payments for past and future sales.
    Iraq grants some semi-autonomous powers to the Kurdish region, but the issue of oil sales rights from the region has remained unresolved for years. The country has not enacted a law regulating the oil industry and regulating sales. Iraq is the largest producer in OPEC after Saudi Arabia, and sells most of its oil through the southern port of Basra. .
    The Kurdistan Petroleum Industries Federation said earlier that Turkey's closure of the Iraq-Turkey pipeline in March cost Iraq, the Kurdistan Regional Government and oil producers collectively a total of $7 billion in lost export revenues.
    The Norwegian company DNO, a member of the Federation of Petroleum Industries in Kurdistan, indicated that the company's accumulated debts to the Kurdistan Regional Government for previous oil sales in 2022 and 2023 exceeded $300 million.
    The Federation of Petroleum Industries in Kurdistan also includes: Genel Energy, Gulf Keystone Petroleum, Shamaran Petroleum, HKN Energy and Hunt Oil, which collectively produce about 50% of the oil in Iraqi Kurdistan.
    In another context, the Norwegian company DNO said that international oil companies operating in the Kurdistan region will not produce oil for export through a pipeline until the problem of late payments, estimated at about one billion dollars, is resolved.
    DNO added that the six members of Epicure, of which it is one, will not resume exports through the pipeline until it is clear how they will receive their contractual dues from the oil that has already been sold and delivered for export and for future sales of export of this oil.
    She added that the accumulated debts owed to the Kurdistan Regional Government from previous oil sales in 2022 and 2023 exceeded $300 million.
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