Daily Google Alerts: Iraq Oil
March 12, 2010 · Posted in NEWS
Iraqi Vote Results Signal Inconclusive Contest as Shiites Split
The Iraqi army and a Kurdish militia face each other across oil fields in the north, where the Kurds claim territory to add to their autonomous region. …
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The Death of the ‘Iran Won’ Myth — By: Victor Davis Hanson
National Review Online
Given international interest in Iraq’s oil, competitive bidding, and the growing security in the country at large, Iraq might well come close to meeting …
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Exxon’s growing reliance on expensive oil
On Iraq, he said the security situation seems to be improving and was hopeful Exxon can fulfill its commitment to develop a key Iraqi oil field in the …
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OPEC may face Iraq challenge sooner than expected
The storm brewing on OPEC’s horizon over future Iraqi oil output could engulf the producer group sooner than it would like. OPEC was unlikely to discuss …
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Iraq awards China major oil deal near Iran border
World Tribune
BAGHDAD — Iraq has concluded an agreement for the development of a major crude oil field near the Iranian border. Officials said the Iraqi Oil Ministry has …
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‘Green Zone’: Mission not accomplished
CNN International
Instead, he listens to an Iraqi informant who leads him to the doorstep of a Ba’athist general, one of Saddam’s right-hand men. The general escapes, but he …
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I Was Am-Bushed On MSNBC Over Iraq
They used proceeds from the UN “oil for food” program to purchase weapons rather than to feed its people. *October 2002: After extensive debate, …
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Iraqi forces refused entry of fuel tanker and lorries carrying supplies to …
NCR-Iran.org (press release)
From 2003 to 2006, Ashraf residents received monthly fuel supplies and oil derivatives based on a quota for every Iraqi citizen. They paid the Iraqi Oil …
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MOL shares rise on oil strike in Kurdistan
MOL, the Hungarian petroleum group, has announced a “promising” oil discovery in Iraqi Kurdistan, spurring its share price to a two-month high. …
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Collateral Damages of Smart Sanctions on Iran
Monthly Review
Originally a defense organization erected to counter Iraqi aggression in the 1980s, the Guardians have developed into an expansive socio-politico-economic …
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