Washington plans to send experts to Iraq to secure oil installations

Posted by on Feb 13, 2014 | Leave a Comment

United States plans to send experts to Iraq to help secure the oil installations, which represents 95% of the revenues of the state treasury. “.

The Commission announced the JCC of energy between Iraq and the United States in a statement issued after a meeting in Baghdad received news agency future copy of it today: “Iraq and the United States legally in cooperation in important new through the use of experts from the ministries of energy and foreign Americas to work with Iraq to draw plan to protect energy infrastructure in Iraq,

terrorist attacks and natural disasters. ” . This announcement comes at a time when it is trying to increase its sales Baghdad of crude oil to finance the reconstruction of the country.The exposed oil facilities and infrastructure to attacks constantly..

For his part, Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Hussain al-Shahristani, “This cooperation does not mean that the presence of foreign troops on Iraqi territory, but will focus on research and new equipment.

Iraqi oil exports have declined in 2013, despite the efforts of the government, which is seeking to increase sales to finance reconstruction projects. The exposure, today, pipeline transportation of refined products from Baiji to Baghdad to detonate, resulting in stop pumping.

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