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Economy News - Baghdad
Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Affairs and Minister of Oil, Hayan Abdul Ghani, confirmed on Wednesday that the government has succeeded in implementing gas investment contracts.
Abdul Ghani said in his speech during the opening of the Iraq Oil and Gas Conference, which was followed by “Al-Iqtisad News”, that “government support and the follow-up of Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani have contributed to accelerating and accelerating the implementation of associated gas investment projects,” indicating that “the government and the ministry have succeeded in implementing Gas investment contracts with Total International with a capacity of 600 mqmq, Al-Halfaya in Maysan with a capacity of 300 mqmq, and Dhi Qar 200 mqmq, in addition to gas investment in the Bin Omar field in Basra with a capacity of 150 mqmq.
He added, "The Basra Gas Company is implementing its promising plans to invest gas from three oil fields, and has achieved approximately 1,000 megaqqm, and 200 megaqqm have been added after the opening of the gas investment station in the Rumaila field, and it is hoped that the amount of 200 megaqqm will be added at the end of the first quarter of next year." “After operating the second station within the project.”
He stated that "the Basra Gas Company contributes to stopping the burning of thousands of tons of pollutants annually, and Iraq is committed to the Paris Agreement, and achieved its commitment within the required commitment ceiling," pointing out that "the project to offer carbon bonds in the Central Oil Company is a promising and unique experience in the region." .
He continued, "Licensing rounds are promising projects to enhance national production of oil and gas."
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