VOL. XLVI

No 14

07-April-2003

IRAQ

Text Box: Contents Include:   ENERGY (A)   Iraq’s Ceyhan, Syria Exports Dwindle, 8 Jordan Gets Saudi/Kuwaiti Oil Aid, 8 Russia Determined On Iraqi Fields, 8 Shell Restarts Soroush Field, 11 Israel To Check Haifa Pipeline Status, 12 EU Welcomes OPEC Stabilizing Role, 13 Venezuela Opposition Oil Report, 13 Oil Prices Soften On War End Hopes, 14 QP/ExxonMobil In N Field Project, 19 BG Starts Up At Scarab/Saffron, 19 Saudi Aramco Makes New Oil Find, 21 Ratqa/Abdali Production Back Up, 22 Lundin To Resume Sudan Work, 22 Turkmenistan/Iran On Caspian, 22   FINANCE (B)   Jordan Announces Emergency Budget,1 Lebanon Mulls New Tax Measures, 3 Egypt Banking Under Pressure, 5 New FDI Rules In Kuwait, 7   POLITICS (C)   At The Gates Of Baghdad, 1 Rumsfeld Accuses Syria and Iran, 1 Powell Mends Fences With Turkey, 2   Arab Press Review, 3   OP ED & DOCUMENTS (D)   Fee On Russian Oil Firms In Iraq, 1 UN Resolution 1472 Text, 5    

Iraq Oil Exports To Ceyhan,Syria Dwindle As Jordan Wins Oil Aid Package

Iraqi oil exports to the Turkish terminal at Ceyhan and Syria have dwindled in recent days but are continuing intermittently, MEES learns. At Ceyhan, Kirkuk crude is continuing to arrive sporadically by pipeline despite the war in Iraq but no liftings have taken place since 20 March. At that time, terminal storage levels were very low and since then they have gradually built up to somewhere...