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Iranian proxies are pressing to stop the Iraqi oil pipeline to Jordan http://media.akhbar-alkhaleej.com/source/16010/images/%D8%B9%D8%B1%D8%A7%D9%82.jpg Baghdad - Dr. Hamid Abdullah: Saturday January 22, 2022 - 02:00 The Iraqi Ministry of Oil revealed a systematic attack to prevent the completion of the Iraqi oil pipeline, which it is hoped will be It extends from the city of Basra to the Jordanian port of Aqaba. The Oil Projects Company, which is responsible for supervising the completion of the project, said that the idea of the project dates back to 1983 during The Iraqi war with Iran, and that the project will have significant repercussions on the Iraqi economy through exporting million barrels of Iraqi oil per day, as well as the establishment of oil refineries in the western region, stressing that the project Crude oil is secured for local refineries in the central and western regions, in addition to enhancing the export capabilities of the port North and Aqaba port and from there to the markets of Europe, Africa and America, noting that the estimated cost of the project is not Exceeding $9 billion. The clarification of the Ministry of Oil came in response to media and political campaigns aimed at impeding the construction of the pipeline.. A source said In the new Iraqi parliament, the goal behind the campaign is to prevent Iraqi investment with neighboring Arab countries And keep it exclusively with Iran. The source confirmed that some political forces affiliated with Iran see this project as a departure from Iranian guardianship On the Iraqi economy, as well as the presence of joint Iraqi-Jordanian control that prevents corruption mafias from achieving benefits illegal of it. And The project of laying a pipeline that transports Iraqi oil from Basra to the Jordanian port of Aqaba through Anbar Governorate It was approved in its final form during the tripartite summit that included Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi and Jordan's King Abdullah II and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi. Companies linked to Iran are seeking to win the implementation of this project, but the Al-Kazemi government had decided to refer it to Major international companies specialized in this field.
Despite the crisis, hundreds of Iraqi oil tanks are preparing to enter Jordan in preparation for selling them to the Kingdom sweeteners 2022-04-10 | 06:55 1,581 views Today, Sunday, the Vice President of the Truck Owners Syndicate in Jordan, Nael Al-Thiabat, confirmed that the oil shipments have reached the Jordanian-Iraqi borders while they are on the way to the Jordanian territory, but after completing the official correspondences and their logistical procedures. Al-Thiabat told the official Jordanian agency, "The loading of these oil shipments began in early April from the Iraqi Baiji refinery as part of an agreement between the two countries to supply Jordan with about 300,000 barrels of oil per month, at a rate of 10,000 barrels per day." He added, "The oil shipments, which will arrive in the coming hours, will supply the Kingdom with about 60 thousand barrels, after the oil disruption since the beginning of last February due to many logistical problems that stood in the way of completing the supply operations." Iraq is witnessing a major fuel crisis that has caused many demonstrations, the latest of which was the demonstration of cement factory owners and workers near the Dora oil refinery, south of the capital, Baghdad, in protest against the rise in black oil prices.