DHI "oil Ministry accuses delay its redeployment" threatens to prevent "uncooperative" with her.

2016/06/01 16:27


DHI management, accused Wednesday, oil Ministry not to cooperate with her and "dragging" oil company maintenance, while the Ministry called for reconsideration of the project management policy, oil (350 km south of Baghdad), and taking into account the rights of the local population, threatened to prevent the oil companies "uncooperative".

Governor of Dhi Qar, Yahya Naseri, in his statement, (range) a copy, "the oil Ministry has demonstrated its lack of cooperation with the Department of conservation through project management policy, which caused a lot of problems with the villagers and the surrounding fields and oil wells," he said, adding that "the Ministry of oil is still hesitant in Thi oil company establishment procedures that got Cabinet approval for several months."

The promise of Nazareth, that "the policy of the Ministry of oil has become obstructive and disruptive to establish an oil company Thi", stating that "poor project management by the Ministry of oil was reflected negatively on the workers of the province as well as the reluctance of some companies contracting with the Ministry in implementing conservation projects and failure to cooperate with management.

Governor of Dhi Qar, added that "conservative management on preventing non-cooperative companies with conservative", calling the oil Ministry to "reconsider its policy on the management of oil projects in Dhi Qar will serve the public interest and take into account the rights of the local population."

The Cabinet was formally approved in (5th of January 2016), establishing an oil company thi.

Oil reserves are estimated at Qar oil fields more than 20 billion barrels Gharraf fields parcelled and Nasiriyah and Abu pillar and Foundation field, while the total output current of 200, Nasiriyah towards Gharraf field barrels.

Dates Dhi to oil production in 2007 was the first phase directness to develop Nasiriyah oil field early that year and initial production capacity is estimated at 12 million barrels.