Abdul-Mahdi: the reluctance of the agreement with the Kurdistan Region significant gap has serious repercussions

Twilight News / Description Iraqi Oil Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi, the reluctance of the quotient between the Kurdistan Regional Government and the oil agreement as "a big gap" have serious repercussions on the economy in the country. Abdul-Mahdi and wrote on the social networking pages that "We have reached an agreement with the Kurdistan became part of the budget bill, the region received 17% of the actual expenses after deducting expenses sovereign and governing." He explained that "the province to hand over" Sumo "550 000 barrels / day in Ceyhan 300 000 barrels / day of Kirkuk, and the rest of the region and unfortunately things went limping." "It was a daily average recipient 230 000 barrels / day (1/1 / 2015-10 / 9/2015), contrast, did not receive the province only rate equivalent to what gave him the oil according to the agreement and the law of the budget. Vachtkt Arbil than double the shots, and complained that Baghdad lower oil quantities received, and everyone complained about the collapse in oil prices, which were lower than the budget estimates (56 dollars / barrel). " He pointed Abdul-Mahdi said "the reluctance of the agreement with the province is a big gap have serious repercussions have we had hoped to boost the agreement the atmosphere of mutual trust, and are moving seriously to resolve the outstanding problems, especially exports and management of the Kirkuk oilfields and the settlement of the required dues, both parties do not Akspan something of a repeat of the previous negative atmosphere, The two parties have an interest in the agreement in order to achieve mutual benefits for all. " The Erbil and Baghdad have agreed last year to be the first to export an average of 550 000 barrels of oil through the pipeline Turkish Kurdish to calculate the Iraqi national oil marketing company SOMO 300 000 barrels of which from the Kirkuk oil fields and the rest of Kurdistan fields in return for Baghdad to send the region's share of the budget Iraqi public amounting to 17 percent of the total, but the two sides often accuse each other of failing to honor the terms of the agreement, which was incorporated into the general Iraqi budget law for the current year.