Oil And Gas Infrastructure

December 2010
Iraq Oil & Gas Report;Q4 2010, p48
Industry Profile
The article offers information on oil and gas infrastructure in Iraq including oil refineries, oil terminals, and gas pipelines. The country holds 10 refineries with a total nameplate refining capacity at 766,000 barrel per day (b/d) and planned to design four new refineries under the contract of international engineering companies. It mentions the pipelines in the country transporting gas from oil fields such as Rumaila-Ahmadi gas pipeline which exports gas to Kuwait and Nabucco pipeline.


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