Iraqi Oil: industry evolution and short and medium-term prospects. By Ahmed Mehdi

Iraq has been a key contributor to OPEC liquids growth, with IOCs in southern Iraq having added approximately 1.7–1.8 mb/d (million barrels per day) in the period 2011–16. With renewed focus on medium-heavy sour markets in light of OPEC output policy, geopolitical supply-side disruptions and Asian refining dynamics, Iraq’s future role in oil markets is of critical importance. T

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Iraqi universities must aim higher. By Mohamed Al-Rubeai

Fifteen years ago, Iraq’s higher education infrastructure was in tatters. Two years into the US-led invasion, which began in 2003, 84 per cent of universities had been “burned, looted or destroyed”, according to a United Nations report. Many institutions still feel the impact of the conflict, enduring regular electrical outages and shortages of equipment, facilities and m

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IEN Participates on Iraq Petroleum 2019 as Media Partner

CWC Conferance June 2019

Iraq Petroleum 27–28 June 2019 | London, UK Iraq’s Leading Discussion About Its Strategic Energy Developments. Iraq Petroleum is established as the only strategic event bringing together the Iraqi industry leaders with key international players on a neutral platform to discuss the role of Iraq as a major oil and gas player. Proudly working with the Iraqi Government, the e

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Effects of Terrorism on Labor Market: A Case Study of Iraq. By Dr. Asmaa Yaseen

Abstract This study provides empirical evidence on the economic consequences of terrorism on the labor market and labor force by looking at the case of Iraq. We develop a set of hypotheses from classical labor economic theory around the consumer maximization problem and propose a threshold for endangerment costs that, when reached, cause households to choose not working, and

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Iraq could see new revenues from its troubled power sector, but bureaucracy remains a major hurdle, executives say. By Natasha Turak

Iraq may be on the cusp of a revenue windfall after losing billions of dollars annually due of its insufficient oil production facilities, according to investors. Development goals include capturing gas flares, or the gas burned off during oil production, to convert into usable energy and which Siemens estimates could save Iraq $5.2 billion over the next four years. Work

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