DINAR GURUS UPDATE, 21 JAN

1-21-2019   Newsdhound/Intel Guru Mnt Goat   [Is the CBI saying replacing the larger 3 zero notes with new currency?]   If they remove three zeros the IQD it will be replaced by a new lower category currency thus when the CBI reinstates the currency they will have to raise the rate. But they do not need to get all the 3 zeros notes changed over. In fact the plan does not call for all of them

Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of Jan. 21 2019

Compiled 21 Jan. 12:01 am EST by Judy Byington, MSW, LCSW, ret. CEO, Child Abuse Recovery, Author, “Twenty Two Faces.” Articles on a CIA/Vatican Ninth Circle Child Sacrifice Cult:http://beforeitsnews.com/contributor/pages/243/590/stories.htmlBelow is a summary of information from the Internet. It would be up to the individual reader to do their own research and decide whether or not it was valid

KTFA: “BIG DADDY”, 21 JAN

Iobey777 » January 21st, 2019Really??? So let me get this straight! You are not doing what the citizens want in regards to their money, the CBI is ready, the laws are done, you are bragging all over the world that you are ready to work INTERNATIONALLY, yet, you refuse to go ahead and announce the new rate!Now, the citizens are bolting against you and you want to call on “big Daddy” to come in

“ZIM’s Real Value, 4th/5th Density, Parallel Timelines” by MadagansDaddy , 21 JAN

The attached video is of Pari Bince of Thailand & Kent Dunn of Macon, GA posted January 21, 2019. Do your research on Kent and see their previous video’s (this one is #57) to get more background on where he is coming from.In this one he explains what he believes is the true value of having Zim as our ticket to 4th & 5th density. Kent begins discussing Zim at the 6:40 minute mark then he talks

KTFA CHATTER, 21 JAN

Samson » January 20th, 2019Parliamentary Finance: allocate 10 trillion dinars for external and internal debt by the budget of 201919th January, 2019Parliamentary Finance Committee announced Saturday, for the allocation of more than 10 trillion dinars external and internal debts of Iraq within the 2019 budget, indicating that he was raised to the emergency government ‘s budget to 200 billion

RAYRAT UPDATE, 21 JAN

Weekend UPDATE for January 18-19-20, 2019 Posted by RayRen98Friday -Abadi is stating that he will return to Parliament indicating that a vice-president position was likely.It appears that the Kurds will receive 12.67% according to the new budget (that isn’t public yet).Only the Interior Minister is supposed to voted on Saturday’s session.Release code procedures were reportedly to commence on

RV/INTELLIGENCE ALERT, 21 JAN

(Disclaimer: The following is an overview of the current situation based on intelligence leaks received from several sources which may or may not be accurate. Other confirmed sources may also be included in this overview.)Super blood wolf moon lunar eclipse is occurring tonight (January 20-21).Trump will be allowed to declare a national emergency after midnight (after the lunar eclipse).There

ADMINBILL TIDBIT, 21 JAN

I THINK MUCH OF WHAT IS BEING SAID IN OTHER ROOMS IS BASED ON TRUTH AS THEY KNOW IT BUT MAY NOT BE BASED UPON FACT AS IT PERTAINS TO THOSE OF US THAT ARE SITTING IN THE CABOOSE AT THE END OF THE GCR/RV “GRAVY” TRAIN.

OUR TIME WILL COME TO PULL INTO THE STATION SOON ENOUGH. OF THAT, I HAVE THE HIGHEST CONFIDENCE. PAY ATTENTION TO THE COMMANDS OF THE CONDUCTOR AND “MIND THE STEPS” ON THE “WAY

Genel shares Rise on Chevron Iraq Partnership

Shares in Genel Energy were trading up 6 percent on Monday afternoon after the company announced that it has reached agreement to acquire stakes in the Chevron-operated Sarta and Qara Dagh blocks (pictured), in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq.

Genel will acquire 30% equity in the Sarta licence by paying a 50% share of ongoing field development costs until a specific production target is reached, together with a success fee payable on achievement of a production milestone. Chevron will retain a 50% interest in the Sarta licence and the Kurdistan Regional Government will hold the remaining 20%. Genel’s estimate of its total spend up to end-2020 is c.$60 million.

Drilling began on the first appraisal well, Sarta-3, in Q4 2017. The well was successfully completed and tested during the second quarter of 2018. Both that and the Sarta-2 well individually tested at rates of c.7,500 bopd. The first phase of development is expected to see these wells placed on production.

Genel will acquire 40% equity of the Qara Dagh appraisal licence and become the operator through a carry arrangement. Chevron will retain 40% of the equity, with the KRG holding the remaining 20%. The Qara Dagh-2 well is set to be drilled in 2020. The Qara Dagh-1 well, completed in 2011, tested oil in two zones from the Shiranish formation.

Closing is subject to approval from the Kurdistan Regional Government.

Murat Özgül, Chief Executive of Genel, said:

“We are delighted to have been chosen as a partner to Chevron. The agreement provides access to a phased development opportunity with significant growth potential at Sarta, and an exciting appraisal opportunity at Qara Dagh. The additions to our portfolio are an important step in our diversification strategy, offering a further opportunity for near-term production and cash-generation.”

(Sources: Genel Energy, Yahoo!)

TBI wins at International Finance Awards

The state-owned Trade Bank of Iraq (TBI) has been recognised for its outstanding performance and service, taking home two awards at the International Finance Awards 2018.

London based ‘International Finance’ magazine rewarded TBI’s continued commitment towards providing modern banking services in Iraq, presenting the ‘Best Retail Bank’ and ‘Best Priority Bank’ awards during a special ceremony held at the Jumeirah Emirates Towers in Dubai.

Faisal Al Haimus, Chairman & President of Trade Bank of Iraq, who received the awards at the ceremony said:

We are pleased to receive this esteemed award, which recognises our strong and personalised customer service along with our portfolio of retail products and priority services.

“These awards are not only an acknowledgement of TBI’s continuous efforts, but also a testimonial to the quality of the bank’s products and services, which have brought great satisfaction to customers.

“Setting new standards in the retail products and priority services through innovation and outstanding performance has always been one of the core strategic focus of our business and will continue to be the same for us going forward.”

TBI was established in July 2003 with the aim of helping in the reconstruction of Iraq by facilitating international trade and continues to be at the forefront of large-scale infrastructure developments across the country.

The institution’s financial network and expertise plays a significant role in sourcing and securing funding for projects. It established its first international office in the UAE in 2017 and has since signed several agreements with global banks and finance firms to help fund infrastructure projects inside Iraq.

Faisal Al Haimus added:

“This recognition is proof of the Bank’s constant ability to deliver a strong and solid performance. We will continue to innovate, improve and enhance our service quality to meet the growing demands, needs and expectations of our customers.”

International Finance Awards recognises industry talent, leadership skills, industry net worth and capability on an international platform. Winning banks were selected through a board of industry specialists drawn from international ratings agencies and some of the world’s leading financial centres after undergoing immense scrutiny based on growth, sustainability, their contribution to society and innovation.

(Source: TBI)