“Regarding Intel” – Anonymous Guest Post4:12:00 PM Entry Submitted Anonymously at 4:09 PM EDT on September 24, 2016Most of the intel provided is verifiable which makes the information credible. As for the intel that John Stumpf CEO of Wells Fargo has resigned. Stumpf, until notice is given officially, is still the CEO of Wells Fargo.There have been calls for him to resign from the likes of
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Major oil companies including BP, Shell and Lukoil are reported to be cutting investment in Iraq.
“You’re going through difficult months,” said Ariel Flores, general manager of the BP-led Rumaila Operating Organization (ROO) told the Wall Street Journal. “You slow down and you make decisions to pause efforts.”
Rumaila oil field now has two rigs drilling for new oil, down from as many as six earlier this year, but the company says it still wants to increase production and can do so more cost-effectively by focusing on wells that already exist. Output is expected to remain at around 1.4 million bpd this year.
Production at Shell’s Majnoon oil field has stalled at 200,000 bpd, and although it has plans to double output, the company is just focusing on sustaining production this year.
Russia’s Lukoil said earlier this year that it needed to invest more just to keep production steady at the giant West Qurna-2 oil field. “We’re not ready to proceed to the next phase of development until our negotiations with Iraq lead to some changes in the economics of the contract,” said Pavel Zhdanov, Lukoil’s head of capital markets and M&A, on an investor call last month.
(Source: Wall Street Journal)
This article was originally published by Niqash. Any opinions expressed are those of the author, and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iraq Business News.
Political conflicts, war with extremists and millions of displaced: All these threaten to see Iraq’s next elections postponed, despite the fact that many say they will be the country’s most important in over a decade.
Under Iraqi rules, the next provincial elections are due to be held in the country next April. And everyone seems to agree that these elections will be some of the most important the country has held since 2003 when the political landscape changed so radically – even though the federal elections are not until 2018, the provincial elections will be conducted in turbulent conditions, with the voting being the first to happen since the extremist group known as the Islamic State caused such chaos here.
There are also a number of new entrants to the political race: The various militias that have been fighting the extremists, who have become increasingly powerful and politically ambitious. Competition will be fierce.
The Independent High Electoral Commission, the body tasked with overseeing elections in the country, started preparing for the elections around two months ago and has opened hundreds of offices around the country to update voter records and install new technology to prevent electoral fraud.
More than 600 polling stations have opened around the country over the last few weeks. Electoral rolls will be updated there, then the locations for polling booths will be chosen and funds will be made available for purchase of supplies and wages of employees. Following that, campaigning can begin.
Despite this preparation though, many are now saying that the provincial elections should be postponed because there are a number of problems, both logistical and political, in the way.
Former Iraqi Prime Minister Ayad Allawi is one of the strongest advocates of postponement. A statement issued by his party called the postponement of the provincial elections “a necessity – because of the current state of the county. It is the only way to ensure the biggest number of voters participate,” the statement continued.
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September 21, 2016 – Short Conference with updates – funding timings
September 14, 2016 – RODRIGUEZ TRUST – Guest Speaker Dr. Alan Cohler, MD – Details and
AdminBill: THE NEWS CONTINUES TO BE POSITIVE BUT NO ACTION AS YET. FRUSTRATION IS GROWING WITH BANKERS AND OTHERS. THE NEED FOR THIS EVENT GROWS. WE WAIT FOR THE RELEASE. ThirstyTiger: Thanks Bill. You’re right, frustration abounds everywhere as we await our blessing. I’m pretty sure there is significant action occurring but it has not yet led to our notifications.OncewasLost: ADMIN did
Militia: In the CC around the 12th just after the Amman meeting where Zebari got his hinny chewed they were told to get the reforms done and pronto. Pressure cooker got turned up to high.The IMFs check list was all but complete with only about two main items that were needing to be finished; ECONOMIC & FINANCIAL REFORMS. Then we see Saleh tell the world Iraq has completed the items required by