Iran-Iraq Joint Oilfields Spared From Floodwaters

Iran-Iraq Joint Oilfields Spared From FloodwatersIran-Iraq Joint Oilfields Spared From Floodwaters

Flooding during the past three weeks in the west and southwest of the country has not disrupted crude oil production in joint oilfields with Iraq, managing director of Petroleum Engineering and Development Company said Saturday.
“The deluge has created problems in the oilfields but our production from the joint oilfields with Iraq has not been halted or lowered and is continuing albeit with immense difficulty,” IRNA quoted Touraj Dehqani as saying.
The five oilfields shared between Iran and Iraq, including South Azadegan, North Azadegan, Yadavaran, North Yaran and South Yaran, are located near...


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