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    Post by Rocky Mon May 20, 2024 4:10 pm

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    Member of the Parliamentary Oil and Gas Committee, Sabah Sobhi, stressed on Monday the need to hold accountable foreign companies that do not adhere to the standards for burning gas associated with oil extraction.  
    Sobhi said in a statement to the “Al-Ma’louma” agency, “The Oil and Gas Committee in the Council will hold the Ministry of Oil accountable if it concludes contracts with companies that do not adhere to gas combustion standards,” noting that “the Ministry has terminated the contracts of foreign companies and may terminate any other contracts such as the British company.” ". 
    He continued, "The damage that occurs as a result of burning associated gas may affect the environment and the lives of citizens near the oil fields," noting that "the Iraqi government is responsible for this file and there is a parliamentary move to resolve it." 
    Sobhi concluded his speech: “The Oil and Gas Committee will direct the Ministry to verify and address this file,” stressing that “The Committee will take legal measures against the Ministry of Oil if it does not take action.” 
    A report by the British newspaper Toko revealed that an Iraqi father filed a lawsuit against the giant British Petroleum Company after he lost his son to leukemia, which he asserts was caused by burning gas in the largest oil field in Iraq. Ended 25/C
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