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    Officials in Basra: talk about conservation grants five dollars for each barrel of oil is unreal

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    Officials in Basra: talk about conservation grants five dollars for each barrel of oil is unreal Empty Officials in Basra: talk about conservation grants five dollars for each barrel of oil is unreal

    Post by Hkp1 Fri 29 Mar 2013, 10:04 am

    Officials in Basra: talk about conservation grants five dollars for each barrel of oil is unreal


    Author: MB
    Friday 29 March 2013 06: 28 GMT

    Alsumaria news/Basrah

    Officials
    in Basra province, Thursday, the Cabinet's approval to increase the
    allocations of petrodollars – being free is unrealistic and custom media
    consumption ", stressing the impossibility of achieving this after the
    Parliament on the budget.

    The Governor of Basra, said Khalaf
    Abdul Samad said in an interview for "alsumaria news", that "the local
    Government has sent in the past two years more than a book to the
    Central Government, calling for an increased share of Basra of
    petrodollars – being free, and some officials have expressed preliminary
    approval to allocate $ 2 instead of $ for each barrel of oil", stating
    that "Basra needs huge funds as they come to implement an ambitious plan
    designed to radically solve the housing crisis."

    The Governor
    noted that "the decision to increase the allocations from the House's
    jurisdiction," adding that "Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki supports our
    claim to five dollars per barrel but is decided by the House of
    representatives."

    In turn, the Deputy Head of the provincial
    Council, Sheikh Ahmad Al-Sulaiti said in an interview for "alsumaria
    news", "talking about the approval of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to
    increase allocations for Basra of petrodollars – being free dollars to
    five dollars for every barrel of oil are for media consumption," he
    said, adding that the "investigation is impossible this year because the
    budget was ratified."

    Al-Sulaiti said that "the allocation of
    five dollars for each barrel means doubling the total funds allocated to
    Iraq four times, leading to fatigue general budget and reduce
    provincial quotas", adding that "If the Government is serious in Basrah
    equity agreed to draft an economic capital and garlanded with increased
    allocations to three dollars of petrodollars – being free per barrel."

    He
    said a member of the Parliamentary Committee of the provinces and
    territories, Mansur Al-Tamimi "alsumaria news", that "the general budget
    resolution having approved them, and the increasing share of
    petrodollars – being free of Basra during the current year is for media
    consumption is to reality," the Finance Committee in the House of
    representatives and some political blocs refused to pay five dollars for
    each barrel of Basra while continuing our claims. "

    Tamimi said
    that "the Central Government has supported Baghdad Arabic cultural
    capital project, and expressed its support for the draft Najaf, capital
    of Islamic culture, it is reflected in the implementation of the Basrah
    project, capital of Iraq."

    The head of the provincial Council and
    a candidate for State of law coalition of good morning, Franck, said
    after meeting mid-this month, Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki in Baghdad,
    the latter "agreed in principle on the allocation of five dollars for
    each barrel of oil Basra, instead of dollars per barrel," then returned a
    few days ago and held a press conference at the headquarters of the
    provincial Council, confirming his statement.

    The Basra province,
    about 590 kilometers south of Baghdad, the center of Iraq's oil
    industry, the main oil cities in the world, produces about 2 million and
    750,000 barrels a day, and through its warehouses and ports and coastal
    marine floating platforms most Iraqi oil exports at the rate of 2
    million and 350,000 barrels a day and owns 59% of the total Iraq oil
    reserves, or approximately 67.9 billion barrels, has the largest five
    oil fields in the country are the South Rumaila North Rumaila and crazy
    and West Qurna and Zubair.

    As a result of the high rates of
    production and export of oil conservation budgets have made successive
    leaps, with income of petrodollars – being free customizations around 80
    million dollars a month, that amount is calculated annually on the
    basis of $ 1 per barrel of oil extracted from the Basra fields, or
    through their ports.

    According to the local government, the total
    funds allocated to Basra last year 2012 reach three trillion and 248
    billion and 107 million dinars, divided by 800 billion and 1 trillion
    957 million round of the 2011 budget, trillion, 448 billion and 107
    million dinars, representing the conservative share of the budget, the
    ratio of exchange those funds on projects to 76% last day from 2012, the
    equivalent of trillions and 475 billion dollars, 448 million dinars.

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