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PostSubject: Iraq's new oil minister has a top priority: Pump more oil   Thu Oct 25, 2018 11:12 am


Iraq will increase oil output and work with other OPEC nations to assure “fair” prices for buyers and producers, according to the nation’s new Oil Minister Thamir Ghadhban.


Iraq will play a constructive, positive and influential role in OPEC," Ghadhban said in an interview overnight after his appointment to replace Jabbar al-Luaibi was announced. “We will work to increase output and export capacity for Iraq and also to diversify export terminals and improve the infrastructure.”


OPEC’s second biggest producer after Saudi Arabia has largely rebuilt its energy industry after decades of sanctions and wars. Iraq is pumping a record 4.78 million barrels day, al-Luaibi said last weekend. 


Its exports have increased over the past few years and reached a two-year high of 4.062 million barrels a day in September, according to tanker tracking and data compiled by Bloomberg.

The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries is set to meet with allies including Russia in December and may sign a permanent deal to cooperate on intervening in the market, Saudi Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih said at a conference in Riyadh this week. Brent crude prices have climbed 13 percent this year as producers cut output to remove a glut.


Thamir, the country’s former oil minister, was Iraq’s candidate for the post of OPEC secretary general in the race against Saudi Arabia and Iran for the organization’s top job, which was eventually won by Nigeria’s Mohammad Barkindo in 2016.


Right after the U.S.-led military invasion that ousted the regime of Saddam Hussein, Ghadhban assembled an interim management team to take charge of the oil ministry and help boost crude production and exports. He was officially appointed as oil minister in 2004 and 2005. Before the war, he was head of planning at the ministry.

Ghadhban was trained as a geologist and petroleum reservoir engineer at Imperial College in London. He worked on the Basra oil fields for 16 years, ran the national reservoirs and in 1992 was promoted to director of planning.


Later that year he was arrested under the orders of General Hussein Kamel, Saddam Hussein’s son-in-law. He was charged with showing contempt for the president by calling for democratic reform, criticizing presidential palaces and supporting Shiite uprisings in the south. He was released after 48 days in jail, and then returned to the ministry at a lower rank. It took him a decade to work his way back to his previous title.


https://www.houstonchronicle.com/business/energy/article/Iraq-s-New-Oil-Minister-Has-a-Top-Priority-Pump-13335320.php
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PostSubject: Re: Iraq's new oil minister has a top priority: Pump more oil   Thu Oct 25, 2018 11:57 am

Yep, Iraq and OPEC are bound and determined to squeeze everyone for more of their money-Here's a new concept, just put an embargo on their oil, and boycott the ships coming to this country, there's MORE than enough oil in this country, along with what hasn't been explored, so, in essence, WTF do we need their oil for, anyway? The oil in our country, in the ground, will last for well over 150 years, so what's the problem? Look at the glut of oil there is in this country- They've gotten rich off the Americans backs for decades, and it's HIGH time the tables were turned- Put an embargo on foreign oil, and they'd back off, that you can be sure of-If they continue TRYING to ship their oil here, torpedo their tankers right where they sit-Maybe THEN they will get the picture-Great article, GirlBye!! Thank you!!
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