Iraq compete 6 oil producer as OPEC Secretary General

Since 2016-06-01 at 17:59 (Baghdad time)

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Seven countries vying for the post of Secretary General of OPEC, including Iraq, Iran and Saudi Arabia in addition to Indonesia, Nigeria, Ecuador and Venezuela.

It seems that some States do not Neil post as Secretary General election process requiring unanimity.

Baghdad argues toward existence in the Organization of petroleum exporting countries (OPEC) in an attempt to find the location of a leading oil to improve its image and its role in the oil rally, which contributed to its Foundation, work is under way to raise Iraq's oil production dramatically over the coming period.

This is paid back working sources in the energy and petroleum energy Adviser and former oil Minister in the Iraqi Government be thamir candidate again and enter again in competition with six candidates, including Saudi Arabia and Venezuela filter filter.

Iranian Oil Minister zanganeh Bejan said in a press statement that the Secretariat's position is usually the least effective Member States share with the Organization and have anticipation about it, explaining that Iran would vote for a qualified candidate.

And the oil Ministers will meet in the States members of the Organization of petroleum exporting countries (OPEC) on Thursday in the Austrian capital.

Oil prices saw an improvement of up to around $ 50 a barrel in recent weeks from their lowest levels in nearly ten years of $ 27 per barrel recorded in January, but remains far below previous levels recorded by June 2014 when recorded 115 dollars a barrel.

Thamir is famous for its (67 years) as a technocrat who qualified as managing Iraq's oil sector through the toughest after the American invasion nearly nine years ago.

The exemplary work that holds a master's degree in petroleum engineering from the University of British Imperial, for more than 30 years in the Iraqi oil sector, oil Minister after the invasion of 2003, before serving as Chief of Cabinet advisers.

She had three sources in the oil sector, Wednesday, to Venezuela former Energy Minister Ali Rodriguez was nominated to be the next Secretary General of OPEC.

Looking OPEC who will succeed Abdullah Al Badri, who was elected in December, acting Secretary General of the organization until the end of July after he spent a whole periods in Office.

Rodriguez took the post of Secretary General of OPEC from January 2011 until 30 June 2002.

Mohammed Barkindo, Nigeria has nominated former Chairman of the State oil company to the post of Secretary General of OPEC.

Others nominated members for the job figures with Indonesia with two candidates while Ecuador, Saudi Arabia, Iran and Iraq also candidates ended 29/m h n