Member of the parliamentary energy is likely to increase Iraq's oil exports in 2014 to four million barrels per day
Tuesday, March 13 / March 2012 07:23

[Baghdad - where]

Most likely a member of the Commission on oil and energy parliamentary rising exports of Iraqi crude oil in 2014 to four million barrels a day.

A member of the Committee Khalil Zaidan told all of Iraq [where] "It is in light of the promising future for the extraction and export of crude oil from Iraq, according to forecasts, reports and the oil ministry said at the end of next year 2013 will export crude oil close to three million [600] thousand barrels per day in However in 2014 the Ministry's plans to develop the export capacity of the transmission lines will reach quantity exported of oil to four million barrels a day. "

He added, "we as a committee of oil and energy we see that there are efforts for the ministry to export crude oil through the ports of export border, including Syria, to raise the volume of exports during the next few years [6-8] million barrels a day to suit and is owned by Iraq's oil reserves significantly."

The deputy prime minister for energy Hussain al-Shahristani has said in the beginning of the current month of March on the arrival of Iraq's exports of crude oil to 3 million barrels a day.

Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has opened in the month of February 12 of the last floating platform to export oil in the province of Basra, with a capacity of up to 800 after they run a thousand barrels of oil a day.