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Post by RamblerNash Wed May 08, 2019 10:57 pm

Popeye7 » May 8th, 2019

Lots of the news coming out both here in the US, and within Iraq is the chaos before the event we are looking for...

There are those who fighting this from occurring, but their resistance is going to be in vain...

Orchestration of turmoil also tried to hide what is truly going on behind the scenes... Remember, and has been mentioned time, and time again by Frank, Delta, WS, and the teams, this will not fail...

They have not come this far into the process, been given the go ahead by the IMF to lift the zero's to have it all fall apart...

Deflection, misdirection, confusion, are all a part of success in all of this...

The more tumult there seems to be, the more success is actually being achieved...

We did not think this was going to be a smooth transition into this did we?... At least not on the surface anyway... Behind the scenes, I believe all is under control.. IMO

Samson » May 8th, 2019

After a surprise visit to Baghdad .. Pompeo holds a conference with the British Foreign Secretary in London

8th May, 2019

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo held a press conference with his British counterpart Jeremy Hunt on Wednesday after leaving Iraq for a surprise visit to Baghdad. 

"The United States is preparing to impose additional sanctions on Iran within 60 days," Pompeo said at the conference, which was followed by Al-Gharab Press. "When asked about his position on the five-plus-one agreement, which is still dealing with Iran financially, The United States will be subject to these controls and in the event of a violation, will be punished the body or institution that cooperates with Iran against sanctions."

The conference also included a warning by Pompeo of Iran's continued pursuit of nuclear weapons, while the two sides reaffirmed their commitment to deal with the Venezuelan issue and in appropriate ways. LINK

The White House announces the imminent imposition of new sanctions on Iran

8th May, 2019

The White House announced Wednesday that new sanctions against Iran were imminent.

"The United States is very close to imposing new sanctions on Iran," White House quoted Sky News as saying. 

The United States announced a few days ago that it would begin sanctions on Iranian exports of enriched uranium, which is authorized by the nuclear deal.LINK

Iraq rivals Saudi Arabia for OPEC leadership and falters over foreign firms

8th May, 2019

Oil market research firm Oil PricewaterhouseCoopers on Wednesday unveiled Iraqi efforts to take over the leadership of OPEC instead of Saudi Arabia, as competition between the two sides intensified. 

"Iraq, OPEC's second-largest oil exporter with a production capacity of 12.5 million bpd, and of course the diplomatic relations it enjoys, can be the informal leader of OPEC, as Saudi Arabia does," the report said. right Now".

"The relations enjoyed by Iraq will enable it to develop its oil fields very quickly and provide wide networks unlike Saudi Arabia, where it is rumored that the Iraqi intention to revive the project of an oil pipeline, starting from Kirkuk through Syria and even Lebanon, where the project was canceled after the first Gulf War. "Iraq is seeking to increase its oil network as well as its production, where the Iraqi authorities plan to reach daily production of 8.5 million barrels per day, by 2025." 

The report pointed out that "what hampers Iraq's position now the most powerful influence in OPEC, is the control of foreign oil companies to two thirds of the country's fields, which makes the oil decision is not completely independent, because of the contracts and economic interests of major companies." LINK

StephenMac63 » May 8th, 2019

Perhaps this is one of the benefits that Trump was getting for China? After all, we have folks here in the states that can build and operate refineries.

Samson » May 8th, 2019

Iraq signs $ 1.07 billion deal with Chinese gas processing company

8th May, 2019

Iraq has signed a final agreement worth 1.07 billion dollars with the Chinese Company for Engineering and Construction Petroleum to build and operate facilities to process natural gas extracted with crude oil in the field of giant Helfay 

The oil ministry said in a statement read by "Economy News" that the sister company of China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) will handle about 300 million standard cubic feet of gas per day from the field LINK

Trump Threatens China: I would be happy to impose $ 100 billion on your products

8th May, 2019

The United States threatened to impose more tariffs on Chinese goods on Wednesday, May 8, 2019, against the background of the ongoing trade dispute between the two countries.
"I would be very happy with more than $ 100 billion in tariffs if the trade talks fail,"Trump said, warning China.

The United States and China resumed their trade talks on Friday, exchanging a 25 percent tariff on imports worth $ 50 billion, undermining the "consensus" reached less than a month ago.

"Taking additional measures to urge China to change its unfair practices and open its markets to US goods," Trump said in a statement published by the White House on Monday. LINK

US refining companies are moving to Iraq, West Africa and Brazil with oil shortages

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US refiners are turning to less-used oil suppliers following US sanctions, tying up traditional suppliers of more widely used materials as they prepare for the summer peak season. 

This month, Iraq, Nigeria, Brazil and Angola are expected to report their largest shipments of crude oil to the United States in more than 18 months, according to the data of the Renewable Icon platform and commercial sources, which will help meet the needs of much needed heavy sulfur ore. 

Imports showed that imports in May were expected to reach 1.23 million bpd, more than double the April imports. These shipments include 11 tankers carrying about 600,000 barrels per day of Iraqi crude, the highest level of that country in a year.

The increase in imports from these countries is due to lower supplies from Venezuela and Iran due to US sanctions and the curbing of OPEC production, which has reduced the availability of heavy and medium sulfur ore. 

US refiners are in the process of finishing spring maintenance and heading towards the holiday season, when demand for gasoline is rising. 

Trade companies said shipments from those four countries would offset most of Venezuela's oil losses from sanctions. 

The move to prevent the flow of dollars on Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's government this year has stalled US purchases, which last year amounted to about 500,000 bpd.

Nigeria and Angola are expected to hand over 420,000 barrels per day (bpd) this month, the highest level of the two West African countries in 13 months. There are also 206,000 barrels per day of Brazilian crude expected to be delivered in May, the largest amount since August.

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