Basra went stern invest oil fields are not subject to licensing rounds threat and why!
09-11-2015 12:33 PM
The face of the Basra Governorate Council, stern invest oil fields are not subject to rounds of licenses threat, the federal government did not comply with fairly conservative in the budget next year.
He said Albzona during a press conference after a meeting with representatives of the province in the House of Representatives and members of the local government, said the meeting 'there are four oil fields are the Tuba field and Alartaua and rivers Omar and Allhis, in addition to the common sprue field with the province of Dhi Qar can be exploited in order to cover the projected shortfall in the province's budget ', noting that' there is a precedent decisions regarding imports of border crossings and the company of Iraqi ports, as well as taxes and fees on the grounds that the province has a previous benefits can be claimed omitted according to provincial law No. 21 average Iraqi constitution.
"He added Albzona that 'the meeting unanimously agreed refusing to reduce the amounts of petro dollars to below $ five for the years 2103 and 2014 and 2015, which are estimated at 12 trillion Iraqi dinars, demanding monitor water releases and build freely desalination plants million cubic meters per day card and dam construction maritime Alhaos and choose the place as soon as possible '.
He called for' intensive meetings between members of the House of Representatives and local government held to discuss belongings province, which belong to the budget next year, as well as discuss things and service projects ', waving B'astosmar oil fields that are not subject to the work of the licensing rounds, companies in the absence of access to maintain their financial dues for the past years.
"For his part, Member of Parliament for Basra Hassan Khalati, that' the province there are other options in front of the province, including the trend towards the masses on the grounds that there are demonstrations and sit-ins weekly seen in the city ', adding that' there is a disregard for the rights of the province by the authorities concerned in Baghdad in particular and that the austerity crisis experienced by the country affected the progress of projects in Basra, which needs only needs 4 trillion Iraqi dinars.
'called Khalati Basra to local government 'claim seriously procuring the city's rights and stand strong during the current stage before approving the budget for the year 201
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