Abadi agreed to invest two oilfields in Basra in its favor


Basra / long - Presse

The Governor of Basra Majed Nasraoui, on Tuesday, the approval of the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi on investment of two oilfields in the province to their advantage. He disclosed that the two fields are the rivers Omar and Brick and who did not go into within the oil licensing rounds. The provincial council revealed a proposal to the Ministry of Oil calculates 5% of sales (SOMO) in favor of Basra, he pointed out that the proposal requires a parliamentary vote.
Said Nasraoui during a press conference held at the Office of the province, and attended (range Press), he said that "intensive meetings were held with the Ministry of Oil and ministry officials were obtaining the approval in principle by the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi on investment of two oilfields in the province, to be Aaradathma for the benefit of the province through a fund Tstoda the money and acted in the form of projects for the province. "
Nasraoui added that "the fields are rivers Omar field north of the province and Tuba field west," noting that "did not go into these fields within the oil licensing rounds for the fields invested by international oil companies."
For his part, Chairman of the Commission on oil and gas in the Basra Governorate Council Ali Knight said in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The rivers Omar field and the field of brick are two fields working within a run South Oil Company Card fields yield up to about 50 thousand barrels per day for each of them," He returned to "Kablan fields of development."