Iraq aims to boost crude output to 8 million bpd by 2027. By Sarmad Khan *

Iraq, Opec’s second-largest producer, is in talks with the international oil majors operating in the country to help boost its crude production capacity to about 8 million barrels per day, the country’s oil minister said on Wednesday. Ihsan Ismail also said Baghdad considered oil trading between $75-$80 per barrel range as a “fair price for both producers and consumers”.

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New hope that Iraq will reduce oil sector emissions. BY WIL CRISP

Large projects to gather associated gas are making progress Increased investment in large projects to gather associated gas in Iraq has increased optimism that the country is going to make progress in reducing harmful oil sector emissions. In 2020, Iraq flared more natural gas from its oil fields than any other country apart from Russia, according to a World Bank study pu

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Wheat Production Improvement Program in Iraq: Cost-benefit and Adoption Analysis with Case Study from Babylon Region. By Aymen M. Daham *

Forward This research work was supported by the German Agency for International Cooperation GIZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH) and implemented in cooperation with the Iraqi Economists Network. The activity is part of the GIZ project Private Sector Development (PSD) which is being implanted in Iraq since 2018. The objective of this particular

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