special meeting, next Sunday, to negotiate drafts law of oil and gas
Published on Friday, 28 September / September 2012 15:26 | Written by: Gm.ak
BAGHDAD / obelisk: hold a parliamentary committee governmental participation of representatives from Iraq's Kurdistan region a special meeting, next Sunday, to negotiate drafts law of oil and gas in and out format compatibility uniform law.
source said a parliamentary early for "obelisk" that "House Speaker Osama Nujaifi face Joint Committee convene a meeting chaired by First Deputy Chairman of the Council Qusay al-Suhail on Sunday to negotiate drafts bills of oil and gas in and out in a consolidated version. "
The source continued that the problem is temporary and is working under the supervision of the Presidency of the Council of Representatives and its membership includes all of the purity of net debt and Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs Representatives representing the National Alliance and MP Adnan al-Janabi, a representative of the Iraqi List and MP Farhad Atrushi representative from the Kurdistan Alliance, as well as Oil Minister Abdul Karim Luaibi oil minister in the Kurdistan Regional Government Ashti Hawrami.
noteworthy that a member of the Commission on oil and energy parliamentary Furat al-Shara revealed for "obelisk" for The head of the House of Representatives set up a committee of experts comprising ten deputies to follow the law of oil and gas, to unify the drafts.
The Cabinet approved, on 18 September the current, the minutes of the agreement between the representatives of the federal government and representatives of the Kurdistan Regional Government on oil export special fields four produced in the region .
Iraq is now the second largest oil producer in the Organization of producing countries and oil exporters (OPEC), and the oil industry is the mainstay of the Iraqi economy. saw the past few months the outbreak of major differences between the Baghdad government and the Kurdistan region on the back of announcement, Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Affairs Hussain al-Shahristani stop grant entitlements foreign oil companies operating in the province, and accused the regional government contracts with oil companies away from the control and the knowledge of the federal government.