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    Parliamentarian: The Basra-Aqaba oil pipeline does not achieve economic feasibility for Iraq

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    Post by Rocky Tue 11 Jun 2024, 6:57 am

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    [size=52]Parliamentarian: The Basra-Aqaba oil pipeline does not achieve economic feasibility for Iraq[/size]
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    Information/Baghdad..
    On Tuesday, the representative of Basra Governorate, Rafiq Al-Salhi, considered the agreement to extend the oil pipeline from Basra to the Jordanian port of Aqaba as a failed project that does not achieve any economic benefit for Iraq, and the only beneficiary from it is the Jordanian side.
    Al-Salhi said in a statement to the Al-Ma’louma Agency, “The project to extend an oil pipeline from Basra to Aqaba is a failed project and will cost the country large sums of money because it has no economic benefit for Iraq and the only beneficiary is the Jordanian side.”
    He added, "The shipping and pumping costs operations will drain large amounts of money and costs compared to exporting it from the ports of Basra, as the cost of exporting one barrel from the ports of Basra is estimated at 6 cents, while the cost of a barrel from the port of Aqaba exceeds four dollars. This is a waste of money, in addition to its security risks related to protecting... Pipeline from terrorism or international targeting.”
    Al-Salhi pointed out that "the project faces widespread criticism from oil specialists, so we categorically refuse to initiate the project now or in the future."
    It is noteworthy that the Basra-Aqaba oil pipeline project is a proposed project to transport crude oil from the Rumaila field, in southern Iraq, to ​​Aqaba, in southern Jordan. Its length is 1,700 km. Ended / 25 AD
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