Kurdistan’s oil exports 500 trucks and begin to extend the pipeline to Turkey to break the control of Baghdad

Kurdistan’s oil exports 500 trucks and begin to extend the pipeline to Turkey to break the control of Baghdad

Monday, July 30, 2012 14:34

Translation / Baghdadiya News / .. Reported Bloomberg Britain that Tony Hayward, the former chief executive of BP British loads 500 trucks of oil a day from the territory of Kurdistan to Turkey, while waiting for the new pipelines to ship oil from fields in northern Iraq, since he joined GE Energy last year.
Hayward was trying to push the Kurdish region independent half to complete the construction of a pipeline with neighboring Turkey to be able to find buyers outside the local market.
Contractor Kurdish “group Carr,” said it had completed 23% of the first phase of the line with a length of 77 kilometers to the north of the Iraqi border, despite the fact that Turkey did not publicly declare that it will take is one of the oil.
And Bpma that the Kurdish authorities are at odds with the central government on sharing oil revenues and its plan during the next two years is to complete the export line the length of 175 miles, which starts from the field, which is operated by Genl one million barrels per day, equivalent to a third of Iraq at the moment.
After Hayward in the region comes Exxon Mobil and Chevron plan to install the Kurdish to break Baghdad’s control for the shipment of crude oil through the region surrounded by land and governing itself since the U.S. invasion in 2003.
Hayward said in an email about Soalh on this issue, “This will be an evolutionary shift for companies operating in the region and will allow the export of crude oil directly to Turkey and global markets and accelerate the process of facilitating resources in the Kurdish region.” Ended / 21
Source: albaghdadianews