Tag Archives: Ihsan Abdul Jabbar

Iraq to Invest $3bn in Basra Gas Company

Iraq’s Oil Minister, Ihssan Abdul-Jabbar Ismail, has said that Iraq will invest $3 billion in the Basra Gas Company (BGC) over the next five years, as it pushes ahead with plans to increase gas production. The money will fund projects intended to increase BGC’s gas production capacity from 1,000 to …

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Iraq Discussing $7 Billion Energy Deal with Total

Iraq is discussing a “giant” agreement with French oil giant Total SE to build large infrastructure installations, develop oil fields and produce gas, Oil Minister Ihsan Abdul Jabbar told Asharq News in an interview that aired on Saturday. The minister said he expected the contract to be finalized before July. …

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Iraq to Build Oil Depots in Pakistan and China

Oil Minister, Ihssan Abdul-Jabbar confirmed on Sunday Iraq’s endeavors to build oil depots in Pakistan and China, indicating that 70% of Iraq’s oil exports go to the east. Abdul-Jabbar said in an interview with Shafaq News Agency, “Iraq seeks to build oil depots in Pakistan and China,” noting, “there is …

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OPEC Won’t Change Policy at Next Meeting

Iraq said the OPEC+ oil cartel is unlikely to change its production policy at next month’s meeting and repeated promises to deliver overdue output cuts, even as the Arab nation’s economy reels. The group of crude exporters meets on March 4 and members will probably agree to keep output steady …

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