Iraq's Oil Refineries to increase productivity beginning of this year
Monday, 06 February 2012 | 00:00
The productivity of Iraqi Oil Refineries is expected to increase in the beginning of the current year, with oil product that would cover a large part of the local needs for those products," the Oil Ministry's Official Spokesman said on Saturday.
"The Iraqi oil refineries have produced an average daily product petroleum (benzine) that had reached 12 millions and 700,000 barrels, whilst the gas-oil daily product had reached 19 million liters," Assem Jihad told Aswat al-Iraq news agency, confirming that the said
products would exceed the local needs for the oil products.
He pointed out that "Iraq had produced 7 millions and 800,000 liters of kerosene per day," stressing that "the increase achieved in the oil products had been achieved thanks to the increased production by the oil refineries in the north, center and southern Iraq, and
the improvement of the productivity and the maintenance of their units that helped to raise their productive capacity."
Source: Aswat al-Iraq
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