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Iraq's Petroleum Licensing Directorate Announces Five Newly Approved Companies to Bid for Oil Leases in Iraq

Offshore exploration blocks offered: in the Iraqi regional waters of the Arab gulf.

Iraq’s Petroleum Contracts and Licensing Directorate (PCLD) released a statement announcing five additional companies were approved to bid for Iraq’s borderline onshore & offshore exploration blocks & fields

Successful companies were listed below:

Dana Gas (UAE)
Dragon Oil (UAE)
Geo-Jade Petroleum (China)
Schlumberger (USA)
Zarubezhneft (Russia)
Eight companies had applied for approval.

The following companies were qualified from previous licensing rounds:

BP (United Kingdom)
China Zhenhua Oil Company (China)
China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) (China)
China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) (China)
Crescent Petroleum (UAE)
Daqing (China)
Eni (Italy)
ExxonMobil (US)
Gazprom (Russia)
Itochu (Japan)
JSOC Bashneft (Russia)
Kogas (Korea Gas Corporation) (South Korea)
Lukoil (Russia)
ONGC Videsh (India)
Pakistan Petroleum (Pakistan)
Pertamina (Indonesia)
Petronas (Malaysia)
Shell (Netherlands/UK)
Sinopec (China)
United Energy Group (UEG) (China)
Total (France)

Onshore exploration blocks offered: Khudher Al-Mai, Jebel Sanam (Jabal Sanam) and Umm-Qasr on the Kuwaiti border; the Sindbad, Huwaiza, Shihabi, Zurbatia and Naft Khana blocks on the Iranian border

Offshore exploration blocks offered: in the Iraqi regional waters of the Arab gulf. 

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