Iraq is seeking to revive the energies raise export crude oil projects
Follow-up - and babysit - Oil Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi, said Tuesday that Iraq is in dire need today to commemorate the D pipeline projects to export Iraqi crude oil through Jordan and Syria and Iran and Saudi Arabia land to accommodate the increasing crude oil export capacity.
Said Abdul-Mahdi on his page at the site of the social reach "Facebook", And followed the news agency public opinion (and babysit), "The decline in Iraq's oil exports through the Gulf levels for the past month because of Kurdistan refrain for months, crude oil delivery to the Company of the Iraqi State Oil Marketing" Sumo " and bad weather across the Gulf, "requires the implementation of a strategy to build pipelines for export to neighboring countries across the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea projects."
He added that "what happened is a sensitive and strategic requires everyone to appreciate the importance of strategic projects to be undertaken Kalambeshrh modern Jordan and Syria pipeline Basra line, which is to make some modification him to build another branch it passes near the Saudi border and down to the port of Aqaba as well as the pipeline discussed long with the Iranian side and the representations of previews to reach Basra port of Abadan, Iran, ports and lines of another through Kurdistan to Iran in addition to the talks under way to build a complete export of the island in the sea or the completion of the port of Faw or implementation of Iraq's large port that extends into the depths of the sea to provide ports provide adequate protection and refracting waves required for docking and storage of oil even in the worst weather conditions. "
Iraq plans to raise the energies export of crude oil to more than 8 million barrels per day, but the events with Daash in Anbar and Mosul have arrested a number of these projects, particularly a new pipeline through the Syrian and Jordanian territory to the Mediterranean Sea and the Red as well as pipeline second through Turkish territory to the port Ceyhan and raise export capacity to al-Amaya port northern Gulf to 1.4 million barrels per day, as well as complete the construction of floats export amounting to 5 floats a capacity of 900 thousand barrels per day in the Gulf waters where they were building three floats and work is underway float fourth and a willingness to build a fifth buoy.
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