With its enormous reserves, and equally big ambitions, the Iraqi oil and gas sector is now opening up for business. The government is preparing a massive infrastructure expansion programme with oil at its centre. Iraq is planning an unprecedented expansion of its oil and gas production, lifting output to more than 12 million barrels a day (b/d) with the help of more than a dozen international oil companies (IOCs).
Covering all aspects of the $140bn-plus Iraqi oil and gas sector, the latest research report by MEED Insight, Iraq Oil and Gas Projects 2013, highlights government policy, key areas of spending, major project plans and opportunities along with macroeconomic and political data.
Totalling more than 220 pages, the Iraq Oil and Gas Projects 2013 report provides information on the entire hydrocarbons sector, from production through to downstream industries. It also quantifies the projects market as a whole and offers an in-depth breakdown and analysis of all planned future projects.
Through this comprehensive report you will be able to:
- Identify key project opportunities in Iraqs $140bn-plus oil sector
- Quantify the upstream, midstream and downstream markets
- Access macroeconomic and political data
- Understand the challenges facing the sector
- Gain in-depth understanding and win work in Iraq
Hydrocarbons project spending has ramped up significantly to more than $10bn over the past three years, with more than $130bn worth of projects planned, the country will be the focus of attention for investors in the region.
Comprising more than 100 individual graphs, maps and diagrams and packed with data, this research report is an essential guide and an invaluable tool for companies interested in doing business in Iraqs oil and gas sector.
Save time and investment on research and analysis. Gather exclusive data on the Iraqs oil, gas and petrochemicals projects market through this in-depth examination.
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