Baghdad – Safa
The Iraqi oil minister, Hayan Abdul-Ghani, said today, Thursday, that the Saudi oil giant Aramco will open a gas field in Iraq that will be able to produce more than 400 million cubic feet of gas per day.
The Iraqi oil ministry said in a statement, citing Abdul-Ghani, that Aramco will invest in and develop the Aks gas field in Anbar Governorate, western Iraq.
In the announcement, they added that there is also a preliminary agreement with Saudi Arabia to invest in the Nabars complex project, which it described as one of the most promising strategic projects in the petrochemical industry in Iraq and the region.
Abdul Ghani’s announcement came on the sidelines of the meetings of the Saudi-Iraqi Coordination Council, which are currently taking place in Saudi Arabia.