Interview: Crescent Petroleum's Majid Jafar

Majid Jafar - Crescent Petroleum

Iraq is tipped to be a major contributor to global oil supplies, with analysts predicting that the country could produce 7 million-10 million barrels a day (b/d) within the next decade. But, as a raft of international energy companies sign producing field technical service contracts (PFTSC), in order to develop and produce the country's plentiful reserves, many market experts warn that poor infrastructure and political instability have created high uncertainty for future oil supply.


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