Baghdad direct expects Iraqi oil pipeline during 2016

2016/05/26 17:02


Range/Oman

I expected the Iraqi Ambassador in Jordan, on Thursday, to begin work on oil pipeline between Basra and the obstacle during the current year, his be or become poor for project importance for the two countries.

Safia Suhail, told the Jordan times Jordan Jordan Times, vassal (range), that the Iraqi Government planned to take serious steps to direct oil pipeline between Basra and the obstacle during the year 2016, the importance of the big project of the two sister countries. "

The newspaper reported that "the Iraqi Government recently announced changes to the path tube to accelerate implementation of the project at a cost of $ 15 billion, to be implemented and supervised by international companies, according to contracts for the construction, operation and transfer of equipment", stating that "the project was designed primarily to be a double fault along the 1, 680 km, capacity pumped 1 million barrels per day, and runs from Basra upwards to Aqaba port, as well as pumping limits 258 million cubic feet of gas."

Jordan times, predicted that "project provides Jordan with 150, 000 barrels per day of rest is exported via Aqaba port."

PLATTS Platts Foundation on global oil and Energy Affairs, revealed in her report, (23 March 2016) learner, (range), displaying a Jordanian Coalition Iraq carrying Chinese building and oil export pipeline that stretches from Basra to Aqaba port on the Red Sea, with a capacity of 1 million barrels per day, indicating that the Coalition expects the project contract was signed in the first half of the year 2017.

It was Jordan and Iraq signed in (the ninth of April 2013), a framework agreement for the pipeline with a length of 1700 km, estimated to cost some 18 billion dollars, to transfer a million meters of crude a day from the giant Rumaila field in Basra (590 km south of the capital), to the export ports in the port of Aqaba (325 km south of Oman, Jordan).

Iraq and Oman, in (the ninth of April 2013), a framework agreement for the pipeline with a length of 1700 km, estimated to cost some 18 billion dollars, to move a million barrels of crude a day from the giant Rumaila field in Basra (590 km south of the capital), to the export ports in the port of Aqaba (325 km south of Oman, Jordan).

The oil Ministry, confirmed in (17 November last, 2015), the export pipeline across Jordan and Egypt believes a new market for Northern Iraq a zone, indicating that it would be 490 km in length and an initial capacity of 1 million barrels per day, and implemented through investment and "won't cost" Iraq any sums, while the Ministry of energy and mineral resources revealed that the Iraqi Government approved an additional path to implement the project aligns the Saudi border, reduced pipeline distance, reducing cost, usually it constitutes one of the objectives of the Arab Labour The Subscriber.


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