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Shell and Petronas to invest $1 billion in 2013 in Iraq Majnoon oil field

Shell and Petronas to double Majnoon production The super major Shell and its partners, the national oil companies Petronas from Malaysia and South Oil Company (SOC) from Iraq, are planning to invest up to $1 billion capital expenditure to double the production at the Majnoon oil field in the south of Iraq. Shell and its partners …

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Iraq details crude oil pipeline project to Jordan Red Sea

SNC Lavalin won FEED contract for phase-1 to Aqaba On December 2012, the Iraq Ministry of Oil (MoO) presented in London, UK, Road Show, its Strategic Crude Oil Export Pipeline Infrastructure Project across Jordan, Syria and Turkey. During this London Road Show, the Ministry of Oil also detailed the phase-1 of the Strategic Crude Oil …

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BP and Petrochina prepare multiple scenarios on Iraq giant Rumaila

BP and CNPC ramped up oil production 10% per year  In June 2009, the international oil company BP and the China National Petroleum Company (CNPC or PetroChina) were awarded the technical services contract (TSC) for the giant Rumaila oil field in the south of Iraq, closed to the Kuwait border. BP discovered the Rumaila oil field …

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Petronas to link Iraqi Garraf oil field to Al-Faw Export Terminal

Weatherford won Garraf $200 million processing facility Garraf or Gharraf is the fifth biggest oil field in Iraq with estimated 1 billion barrels reserves. Garraf is located halfway between the southern cities of Karbala and Nasiriya in Thi Qar governorate  in the Southern of Iraq. In 2009 Petronas, with its partners, successfully won the Garraf oilfield …

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