Iraq Qualifies 41 Oil Companies for Energy Bidding

- August 8th, 2011

Washington Post reports that Iraq has qualified 41 international oil companies to compete in the fourth international exploration licensing round in January.

Washington Post reports that Iraq has qualified 41 international oil companies to compete in the fourth international exploration licensing round in January.

The market news is quoted as saying:

Iraq is offering exploration rights to 12 mostly gas fields, and the list of companies released Monday by the oil ministry shows many of the same oil giants who won rights to other fields in earlier licensing rounds, such as Exxon Mobil, Chevron, BP and Royal Dutch Shell.

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2 responses to “Iraq Qualifies 41 Oil Companies for Energy Bidding

  1. I really doubt why anyone would think that the Iranians are going to live up to any deal!!! This event is a buying opportunity for the savvy investor and bad new for the sheep! Only total fools would be selling into this unnews stupidity!

  2. I really doubt why anyone would think that the Iranians are going to live up to any deal!!! This event is a buying opportunity for the savvy investor and bad new for the sheep! Only total fools would be selling into this unnews stupidity!

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