Factor in a subsidiary of the North Oil installations
Editor: BK 18/08/2016 23:09 Number of Views: 87
Long-Presse / Kirkuk
Announced the North Oil Company, on Thursday, for the resumption of crude exports from its fields to the Turkish port of Ceyhan via the Kurdistan region, after a hiatus of five months, indicating that it produces a hundred thousand barrels a day.
The source said the company, in an interview to the (long-Presse), “The company has received high directives of the Oil Ministry this afternoon, to resume pumping an average of 70 thousand barrels before being lifted quantity at eight in the evening to a hundred thousand barrels a day after a break of five months “.
The source, who asked not to be named, said “Pumping resumed operations successfully to the Turkish port of Ceyhan, the line stretching across the Kurdistan region.”
The Oil Ministry suspended oil exports from Kirkuk and Jambour fields and baker, a subsidiary of the North Oil Company because of a dispute between the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government, which production rates of up to more than 165 thousand barrels per day, going nearly 35 thousand of them to the refinery in Kirkuk for the production of kerosene Oil and Oil the White .
Ministry of Natural Resources also operates in the Kurdistan Regional Government, fields, Bai Hassan and Havana oilfields in the district of molasses, (55 km north-west of Kirkuk City), since the seventeenth of June 2014, which produced rates of up to more than 185 thousand barrels per day after it was before the June events 2014, managed by the North oil company.
Kirkuk has been repeatedly criticized the administration has stopped pumping through the North oil fields, which have affected the company’s business and securing Alaptrdolar allocations Mhalfezh, (250 km north of Baghdad).
The new oil minister, Jabbar and coffee, announced that parliamentary approval for his appointment, in (the 13th of August now 2016), about the possibility of addressing the problems of oil with the Kurdistan region.