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09-22-2014, 05:17 AM
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Oil export capacity to anticipate four million barrels early next year 2015

Author: SKM
Editor: BK, BS
2014/09/21 22: 45
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The Basra press/term

The oil Ministry on Sunday, Iraqi oil exports capacity rise to 4 million barrels a day early next year 2015, with a fifth floating platform in the port of Basra, confirming its intention to address "key node in the export of limited storage capacity, while the port administration, revealed its intention to implement a new strategic project of submarine pipeline with load platform within the Japanese loan projects, to increase export capacity through the ports of the South.

This came during a field trip by oil Minister, Adel Abdul Mahdi, today, in the oil port of Basra, within Iraqi territorial waters, accompanied by the (range press).

The oil Minister, said that "four platforms to download and export oil entered service in the oil port of Basra for six months," adding that "the fifth stage will enter service beginning 2015 next to oil export rate of four million barrels per day."

Abdul-Mahdi said, "the rate of oil exports from the Basra port, now stands at approximately two million barrels," returned to "a positive signal to stabilize the export of crude oil."

A Minister, felt that "the main topic node to export oil, lay in storage capacity", stressing the need "to complete the projects in a repository of FAO to create balance between energy exporting and storage".

Abdul Mahdi, the "energy storage was damaged due to the wars waged by Iraq", adding that "the Ministry is seeking to avoid damage through the completion of new projects in the repository of FAO and pumping stations to the oil port".

The Director said the oil port of Basra, Khairy hantoush Dawood, told the (long press), "the floating platforms for loading crude SPM, secure flexibility in shipping crude oil, especially in the presence of continuous maintenance", revealing the "draft a new strategic submarine pipeline with load platform within the Japanese loan projects in the port of Basra, to raise the export capacity of crude oil through the ports of the South."

Oil Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, began an inspection visit to the Ministry in Basra, formations (590 km south of Baghdad), Saturday (20 September 2014 current), during which he met with the province of Basra, the oil companies, the managers to see the reality of the sector and how to develop it.