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    Shahristani visit tomorrow American laboratories for civilian areas and renewable energy technology

    By: bian2
    Date: Monday, 23-04-2012 11: 24 pm



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    United States, announced that Deputy Prime Minister Hussein Shahristani and Deputy US Energy Secretary to visit boniman together, Lawrence Livermore National Labs tomorrow, for presentations on the uses of advanced technology in the areas of protection of vital infrastructure for oil facilities and advanced nuclear technology for civilian areas and renewable energy technology.

    He said a joint statement by the Joint Coordinating Committee between the United States and Iraq in the area of energy, that: "committed to both United States and Republic of Iraq quarterly meeting of the Joint Coordinating Committee of energy during the next year."

    He added: "the opening meeting of the Joint Coordinating Committee on energy, which the Governments of the Republic of Iraq to the United States and their commitment to mutual cooperation in the fields of production and export of oil and natural gas and electricity and critical infrastructure protection for energy".


    He continued: "participated in the meeting held at the headquarters of the Department of energy in Washington on the Iraqi side of Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Affairs and Hussain Shahristani on us side Deputy Energy Minister Daniel boniman and Special Envoy and international energy Coordinator at the State Department, Ambassador Carlos Pascual.


    And the JCC was founded in energy under the strategic framework agreement signed between Iraq and the United States in 2008 with the aim of strengthening the strategic partnership between the two countries in a number of different initiatives.


    The two sides said: "during the meeting about their interest in further efforts to ensure that oil markets to the needs of producers and consumers in order to achieve economic growth throughout the world, also praised the bold steps taken by Iraq to increase its production and export of oil. And the Government of United States in this connection its support for these large steps and progress in this area."

    Noted: "the United States has expressed its commitment to continuing to support Iraq's electricity sector through training in operation and maintenance and supply of spare parts needed and develop plans to promote electricity production key Iraq and help implement".


    He continued: "Turning to the important contribution of the United States in the energy sector in Iraq since 2003 involving spent four to six billion dollars to break the electricity sector and two break one billion dollars on the oil sector."


    Said: "the two delegations also discussed progress in existing programmes aimed at capacity-building in the area of energy and by the commercial law development program of the US Commerce Department and the US Agency for international development. And the United States have shown the potential major role played by the US export-import bank "and" institution overseas private investment to expand trade finance and investment in energy,".
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    "we aspire in the near future to the return of Iraqi dinar to what it was in the seventies and the beginning eighties against the dollar" - Dr. Shabibi

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    Default America & Iraq announce oil & gas production & export cooperation

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    America and Iraq announce their cooperation in the production and export of oil and gas

    24/04/2012



    BAGHDAD / JD /
    announced that U.S. and Iraqi governments cooperation areas of production and export of oil and natural gas. Confirmed that Baghdad and Washington in a joint statement issued by the Joint Coordinating Committee between the United States and Iraq in the field of energy during the opening session held by the Joint Coordinating Committee for Energy at the U.S. State Department in Washington and head of its meeting on the Iraqi side, Deputy Prime Minister for Energy, Hussain al-Shahristani and the U.S. Deputy Secretary of Energy Daniel Poneman and special envoy and coordinator of the international energy affairs at the U.S. State Department Ambassador Carlos Pascual, "their commitment to mutual cooperation in the areas of production and export of oil and natural gas, electricity and the protection of critical infrastructure for energy.

    According to the statement: the parties discussed also the progress made in existing programs that aim to capacity building in the area of energy and held by each of the Commercial Law Development Program of the U.S. Department of Commerce and the U.S. Agency for International Development. For its part, indicated the United States "to the great role of the potential role of" Export-Import Bank U.S. "and" Private Investment Corporation Overseas "In order to expand the scope of funding in the areas of trade and investment in energy.

    The two sides noted in their statement that both the Deputy Prime Minister Hussain al-Shahristani, the deputy U.S. Secretary of Energy Poneman will visit laboratories Lawrence Livermore National Day tomorrow, where Satalaaan presentations on the uses of advanced technology in the areas of protection of critical infrastructure facilities for oil and nuclear technology, advanced and private areas of civil and renewable energy technology.

    The United States renewed its commitment to continuing to support the electricity sector in Iraq through training on operation, maintenance and provision of spare parts required and the development of Iraq's plans to boost output of the main electricity and helping to implement them.

    Turning to the United States the important contributions in the energy sector in Iraq since 2003 that involve spending four to six billion dollars on the electricity sector and more than two billion dollars on the oil sector.

    The statement noted that the Joint Coordinating Committee in the field of energy had been founded under the Strategic Framework Agreement signed between Iraq and the United States in 2008 to strengthen the strategic partnership between the two countries in a number of initiatives.

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    "we aspire in the near future to the return of Iraqi dinar to what it was in the seventies and the beginning eighties against the dollar" - Dr. Shabibi

    I just did my job...You either get them out alive or you die trying. If you don’t die trying, you didn’t try hard enough." - Marine Sergeant Dakota Meyer, Medal of Honor recipient

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