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Susan Saad, demanding that Iraq shall have representation befitting its size in the OPEC countries as a founding


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Baghdad (news) .. asked a member of the Commission on oil and energy parliamentary MP / National Alliance / Susan Saad that Iraq shall have representation befitting its size in OPEC as a founding member of this organization.

and she told him her office the media today: the members of the Commission on oil and energy parliamentary they were surprised when he visited the headquarters of OPEC in Vienna, not to the existence of Iraq is in this organization, both at the expert level, or even junior staff, in spite of the fact that Iraq among the five founding countries of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries in 1960.

and said: The members of the Commission on oil and energy they have visited the headquarters of OPEC to receive a series of intensive lectures and participate in workshops in cooperation with the Iraqi Institute for Energy on the world oil markets, policies and legislation, oil, having allowed the presidency of the parliament to travel to three members, only out of 16 members of the Commission on oil and energy, and that we travel at our own expense personal assistance of the Organization OPEC to lift Iraq as an oil.

She pointed out: that this delegation was the first parliamentary delegation to Iraq to visit the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries since its establishment, has been surprised by the lack of an Iraq in this organization, and this is an indication of the existence of negligence in this matter, indicating that: the Astvsarna for reasons that answered the Secretary-General of the Organization that Iraq did not provide the candidates.

stressed Saad, the need for Iraq shall have appropriate representation in this organization, and that there will be growth and development of expertise and capabilities of Representatives and the Iraqi experts in the field of oil so as to enhance Iraq's status globally as one of the most important countries of oil. / Finished / n.

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Hmmm, and wouldn't you think the founder of OPEC should have currency valued so much higher by now?

My thoughts are they would have the strongest value of currencies in OPEC should they be allowed to start exporting oil for money rather than food and cheaply made Chinese garbage products, for some of the most zen like people in the world you would think their precision and engineering would be top notch to go along with their technology and mass amounts of worker even if they got paid cheaply it shouldn't be for the equivalent of $1.50 a day average that is stealing...they should be paid equivalently and have fair market competition standards with all countries in a corporate setting which is a job for the WTO to impose on export countries in general not just Chinese!

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Oil and energy parliamentary reveal the lack of representation in the Iraqi Organization of Petroleum Exporting

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1 / 2011 11:26 OKRUDOLF HITS: 170

Twilight News / disclosed to the Commission on oil and energy parliamentary, Tuesday, for the lack of representation in Iraq, OPEC, Bdharoh demand for workers to develop expertise in the field of oil in the country through the organization.

A member of the Commission on oil and energy parliamentary Susan Saad said in a statement received for the "Twilight News" that "members of the Commission on oil and energy parliamentary surprised to visit the headquarters of OPEC in Vienna, the absence of Iraq is in this organization, both at the expert level, or even junior staff, although from the fact that Iraq among the five founding countries of the Organization. "

OPEC was founded Global in Baghdad in 1960 the membership of countries dependent on oil production for their income, namely from Saudi Arabia, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Venezuela, to be added after the nine other states.

Showed Saad that "members of the Commission on oil and energy they had visited the headquarters of OPEC to receive a series of intensive lectures and participate in workshops in cooperation with the Iraqi Institute for Energy on world oil markets, policies and legislation, oil, after allowing the presidency of parliament to travel to three members only out of 16 members of the Committee on Oil and energy, and that we travel at our own expense personal assistance of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries to raise oil as Iraq. "

A delegation representative of the Commission on oil and energy, visited, last September, OPEC in Austria to attend a workshop hosted by FAO in collaboration with the Organization of Iraq to energy, to participate in a workshop to develop the capacity and upgrading of oil production in the country.

The Member of the Commission on oil and energy that "this delegation was the first parliamentary delegation to Iraq to visit the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries since its establishment, has been surprised by the lack of an Iraq in this organization, and this is an indication of the existence of negligence in this matter," indicating that "the Astvsarna the reasons for the replied that the Secretary-General of the Organization that Iraq did not provide candidates. "

According to statistics from the Iraqi Oil Ministry, the country produces about 2.7 million barrels of oil per day, while the issue of which more than two million barrels a day.

Saad and stressed "the need for Iraq to have proper representation in this organization, and that there will be growth and development of expertise and capabilities of Representatives and the Iraqi experts in the field of oil so as to enhance Iraq's status globally as one of the most important oil-producing countries."

The Ministry of Oil in Baghdad, at the beginning of the month, in the words of its spokesman, Assem Jihad, that oil production will arrive at the end of this year to three million barrels a day, and will be for export early next year, 2.5 million barrels per day.

According to observers, the professionals of the Iraqi economy depends on the basis of crude oil, with Iraq's oil exports 90 percent of the country's revenues in recent years.

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