Member of the Committee on Energy: The Problem of Joint Oil Fields Will Be Resolved Soon
|June 18, 2012||Filled under Iraq Daily News|
Baghdad, announced a member of the Committee on Energy and Oil National Alliance MP Uday Awad about the arrival of Iraq into semi-agreement with the neighboring countries to invest in joint oil fields, and expressed optimism about solving her problem soon.
Awad said (of the Agency news) said on Sunday: The committees have been formed Iraqi to negotiate with both sides of Kuwait and Iran for the purpose of investment of joint oil fields mechanism to ensure the rights of all parties, as is the wealth of natural property of the people and can not allow any party exploited unfairly.
He added that the government is serious to develop the solutions to this file through negotiations ongoing with Iran and Kuwait as an important and affects the the Iraqi economy directly because it is supported entirely on oil revenues. confirmed Awad: The semi-agreement between all parties to invest those fields in a fair, expecting the next few days will see the solution to the problem fields completely.
And has Iraq 25 oil fields shared with Kuwait, Syria and Iran, including 15 fields productive and non-exploited, most notably the Safwan and Rumaila and Zubair with Kuwait, and crazy and Abu West and Bazargan and loose change and oil check with Iran, and confirms the oil experts that the space is relatively simple from those fields located outside the territory of Iraq, but Iraq is weaker than its neighbors, technology and financial exploitation of oil reservoirs common.
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