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PostSubject: Start developing the largest gas field in Iraq to meet local needs   Thu Dec 06, 2018 7:32 am

http://www.ikhnews.com/index.php?page=article&id=177697



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[rtl]Baghdad / News[/rtl]

[rtl]The Ministry of Oil has announced the start of development of the gas field Mansouriya in Diyala province as the largest field in Iraq to meet the local need of gas.[/rtl]

[rtl]Undersecretary of the Ministry Hamid Al-Zobaie said in a statement that 'the goal of the ministry to reach the production of gas to 2800 million cubic feet per day by 2023, through the investment of associated gas or free gas fields, and fill the need of the country, especially the Ministry of Electricity of this article' The higher the oil production, the greater the amount of associated gas that can be invested optimally. '[/rtl]

[rtl]"The free gas in Iraq is in the fields all located in the central region, especially in the provinces of Diyala and Anbar."[/rtl]

[rtl]He pointed out that 'the ministry has two fields to be worked on within the plan developed over the next four years, the first Mansuriya field, which works on the national effort within the company oil center for the purpose of investing up to 300 million cubic feet a day, Field '.[/rtl]

[rtl]Al-Zobaie pointed out that the field of crutches in the province of Anbar will also witness the development and investment in licensing rounds, which is transferred to a Korean company, and is ready and pending the stabilization of the security situation within the area surrounding the field to work, and this field is up to 400 million standard cubic feet per day , And therefore the plans for the next four years will result in meeting the need identified within the plan of the Ministry of Electricity '.[/rtl]
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PostSubject: Re: Start developing the largest gas field in Iraq to meet local needs   Thu Dec 06, 2018 9:56 am

http://www.uabonline.org/en/news/arabicnews/15751604159315851575160216101576157515881585157815/58273/0


Iraq is developing the largest gas field to meet its domestic needs






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The Iraqi Ministry of Oil announced the start of the development of Mansouriya gas field in Diyala province. Undersecretary Hamid al-Zobaie said in a press statement on Wednesday that «the goal of the ministry to reach the production of gas to 2800 million cubic feet per day by 2023, through the investment of gas or associated gas fields free, and fill the need of the country, especially the Ministry of Electricity of this article», Noting that «the more oil production increased quantities of associated gas, which can be invested optimally».
Al-Zobaie added that «free gas in Iraq is in the fields all located in the central region, especially in the provinces of Diyala and Anbar, and that the Ministry has two fields are being worked on within the plan developed over the next four years, the first field Mansuriya, which works on the national effort within the oil company To invest an amount of up to 300 million standard cubic feet per day, and work is underway to complete the investment of this field ». Al-Zobaie pointed out that «Akkaz field in the province of Anbar will also see the development and investment in the rounds of licenses, which is transferred to a Korean company, and is ready and pending the stabilization of the security situation within the area surrounding the field to operate, and this field of up to 400 million standard cubic feet per day , And therefore the plans for the next four years will result in meeting the need identified within the plan of the Ministry of Electricity ».
Iraq relies on Iranian gas to operate power plants. The United States gave Iraq a 45-day deadline under Iran's sanctions regime to seek alternatives to gas and oil derivatives purchased by Iraq from Iran.
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