Iraq Invites Energy Companies for Building New Kirkuk Export Pipeline

Source: Reuters 12/24/2017, Location: Middle East

Iraq’s Oil Ministry invited foreign oil companies to express interest in building a new oil export pipeline from the Kirkuk oilfields.

In a statement, Iraq’s oil ministry said it has set Jan. 24 as a deadline for interested companies to submit letters of interest in building the new pipeline.

The new pipeline will replace an old and severely damaged section of the Kirkuk-Ceyhan pipeline.


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