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Direct pipeline to extend the export of Iraqi oil through the Jordanian port of Aqaba middle of next year

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Direct pipeline to extend the export of Iraqi oil through the Jordanian port of Aqaba middle of next year



11/23/2015

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Information / BAGHDAD / ..
The Oil Ministry announced on Monday, it will begin to extend the pipeline to export Iraqi oil through the Jordanian port of Aqaba middle of next year of 2.5 million barrels a day.
He said ministry spokesman Assem Jihad told / information /, said that "the middle next year will see the start acting pipeline of Iraqi crude oil transport through Jordanian territory toward the port of Aqaba, "noting that" the pipeline path scheduled to begin from the holy city of Najaf towards the Saudi border and down to the Jordanian territory.
"He said Jihad, said that" the export capacity of the pipeline up to 2.5 million barrels per day ", adding that" the pipeline which will be the duration of the crude oil storage sites towards the Jordanian territory, it would be for any investment methods of the company or entity that created deducted exaggeration by certain percentages agreed upon direct pumping operations.
"He Jihad that "the pipelines from Basra towards storage sites will be created by the competent authorities in the Ministry of Oil of Angels," explaining that his ministry had "embarked on consultations with the oil companies winning the rounds of licenses to change part of the contract, which includes special expenditures expenses and the percentage of profit per barrel extracted items" . Finished / 25

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