Nasiriyah field: oil production has not been affected and we will make up for the shortfall

Baghdad-ALSHARQIYA December 29: The Iraqi Ministry of Oil announced that the ministry will compensate for stopping production from the Nasiriyah field after it was closed by protesters from the Basra Oil Company and the ministry said in a statement that the ministry temporarily stopped production operations in the Nasiriyah field because the field staff could not reach places Their work because of the road blocking by the demonstrators demanding appointment, indicating that the suspension process did not affect production and export operations, especially with regard to the specified production ceiling from OPEC. A director at Basra Petroleum Company stated that production could be increased from the southern Majnoon field and other small fields managed by the company and it was Issued and security sources said that the protesters PB broke into the field of Nasserism production, which ranges between 80 and 85 thousand barrels per day and forced employees to cut power to the control station, which led to the field stop


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