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Despite Iraq being tipped as the next new hub for European oil supply security, the country has faced a series of infrastructural setbacks. Lianna Brinded investigates how much progress has been made and whether the high level of risks is holding back...
Iraq, one of the world’s largest locations with proven oil reserves, will not be able to hit governmental production targets due to the level of operational risk, say experts
Iraq is beginning to open its doors again to international investors. With the country needing to raise capital to develop the infrastructure required to exploit its energy reserves, Credit looks at the role bond issuance could play in Iraq’s future....
Iraq calls on foreign energy companies, such as BP, Eni and China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) to move swiftly to implement their recently awarded contracts
Iraq is being hailed as a major new source of oil supply in the coming years but Crescent Petroleum Group’s Majid Jafar tells Lianna Brinded how the Iraqi government’s heavy involvement in energy companies is holding back progression
The Iraqi government has resolved the longstanding oil dispute with Kurdistan, signalling a short-term increase in oil exports, while the prospect for a petroleum law, which would detail revenue and expense allocations for foreign energy companies in...
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