Oil and gas law has become impossible during the current session
Susan Saad: put oil and gas law has become impossible during the current session
Tomorrow’s Press / Baghdad confirmed a member of the Commission on oil and energy parliamentary Susan Saad, said Friday that put the law of oil and gas during the sessions of the current session has become impossible because of the size differences him and crowding out other laws. said Saad for “tomorrow’s Press,” said that “differences on oil and gas law very large, especially by the Kurdistan region who wants wider powers in export operations, exploration and other, as well as the internal differences between the blocks on the mechanism put the law or use it as leverage to pass other laws. ” and added that “the center of those constraints faced by law it is impossible to there is an intention to approve or even raised for discussion during the sessions remaining life of the House of Representatives, “indicating that” the implications of the delay laws are clear on the export of oil and benefits of oil to the people, as well as abuses that get the oil sector. ” confirmed Saad that “the law alone regulates All of these processes accurately according to the benefits of national and evident to all. ” and the Iraqi government announced, in the 28th of August 2011, on the ratification of the draft law of oil and gas, and decided to forward it to Parliament for approval, while announced the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Hussain al-Shahristani, in the second from last July, the government introduced “some adjustments” to the draft oil law, which is long overdue and reviewed by the Energy Commission of the Cabinet. noteworthy that the draft law of oil and gas, sparked mixed reactions, most unit position of the Kurdistan Alliance and the Presidency of the Kurdistan region, while the predicted Vice Chairman of the Commission on oil and energy parliamentary Ali Fayad, that carries the new project, which was approved by the government, flexibility and wide receiver companies wishing to develop the oil industry, as confirmed al-Shahristani said the law does not hinder the work of international companies wishing to invest.