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Post by claud39 on Mon May 20, 2019 8:31 am

The Minister of Oil: We do not rely on Iran mainly in the field of energy


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Economy News _ Baghdad



In an exclusive interview with CNBC Arabia, Oil Minister Thamir al-Ghadhban said on the sidelines of the meeting of the joint ministerial committee to monitor production in Jeddah that his country does not rely on Iran in the main energy field, pointing out that Iraq is a semi-independent country in that field  
Al-Ghadhban expressed his confidence that Iraq will provide electricity at a better rate this year compared to the previous year, stressing at the same time a large abundance of water.
Al-Ghadhban added that there has not been any unrest in southern Iraq, pointing out that what happened with Exxonmobil is a partial withdrawal from the West Qurna field, expressing the hope that the withdrawal will be temporary, pointing out that Iraq is open to cooperation with Exxonmobil
American and other companies if forced to do so. 



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