Tag Archives: Iraq Oil Ministry

Iraq Denies Baseless Reports about OPEC+ Cuts

Iraq has formally denied “baseless” reports that it was seeking to opt out of some of the terms of the OPEC+ agreement to limit oil supplies. In an official statement from the country’s Oil Ministry, a spokesman said the reports, based on quotes attributed to Oil Minister Ihsan Abdul Jabbar, …

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Russia, China Struggle for Influence in Iraq Oil Market

With the U.S.’s patience wearing thin on its dealings with neighboring Iran, endemic corruption still prevalent in both the south of the country and in the northern semi-autonomous region of Kurdistan, and enduring political chaos with frequently-changing prime ministers popping up whilst the real power remains with firebrand cleric Moqtada …

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Baghdad Discloses Iraqi Oil Exports Volume to East Asia

The world economy will improve after the end of Corona crisis in East Asia, especially as the Republic of China which is the largest importer of crude oil in the world,” The Prime Minister’s Advisor for Economic Affairs, Mathehar Mohammad Salih revealed on Sunday. ” 80% Iraqi oil exports goes …

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