Iraq To Supply Jordan With 100,000 B/D Of Oil In 2001
Iraq and Jordan on 3 November signed an agreement for the supply of 4mn tons (80,000 b/d) of crude oil and 1mn tons (20,000 b/d) of petroleum products to the kingdom in 2001. The deal was concluded in Baghdad by Iraqi Oil Minister 'Amir Rashid and visiting Jordanian Prime Minister 'Ali Abu al-Ragheb. Mr Rashid said Iraq would provide Jordan with $300mn worth of oil free of charge and that for the...
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