Iraqi oilfield to hit 175,000 boed in 2012

30 March 2010

Mounir Bouaziz, Royal Shell's Vice-President New Business LNG for the Middle East and North Africa, has said Iraq's Majnoon oilfield is expected to produce 175,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day in 2012, Reuters has reported. Iraq's largest field is currently pumping at 45,000 boe/d, he said. Shell and Malaysia's Petronas signed a final contract to develop Iraq's Majnoon oilfield, one of the world's biggest, earlier this year.

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