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Special Report: Oil and Conflict in the Middle East
Special Report | Oil and Conflict in the Middle East
This exclusive special report delves into:
he regional turmoil and impact Islamic State is having on politics and oil markets in the Middle East
The current state of the conflict in Syria and likely implications
The latest tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran
The Basra-to-Aqaba plan
an interview with the Iraq Oil Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi along with an in-depth analysis of the state of play in Iraq
Don't miss out on this exclusive insight into this crucial region.
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Tensions in the Middle East are mounting. This exclusive special report takes a look at the major players in the region and the role oil is playing in their political and armed ambitions. As well as the chapters listed below detailed maps show Syria's and Iraq’s oil and gas energy infrastructure and the current status of the Iraq-Jordan pipeline.
Get the facts, figures and inside information for this complex and highly charged market. This highly relevant and interesting report is a must-read for anyone involved or interested in oil and conflict in the Middle East.
Size: 210mm x 297mm
Published: March 2016
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Petroleum Economist has published a series of books on the gas, LNG, GTL and CCS sectors and annual surveys of the refining, petrochemicals and oil storage sectors, we recently launched a series of in-depth special reports covering specific segments of the energy industry. These reports draw on Petroleum Economist’s decades of specialist knowledge, and include data from our archives, analysis from our reporting team, contributions from industry experts and detailed specialist maps from our industry-renowned cartographic department.
Is oil really financing IS?
The terror group’s crude production, trade and revenue have been vastly over-estimated. It continues to depend on foreign financing to sustain its war machine, argues Luay al-Khatteeb
Market turmoil hits IS-captive Iraq
Chronic spending constraints resulting from low global oil prices and high military
expenditure are frustrating both the oil ambitions of the Iraqi federal
government and the KRG
The course of war in Syria will go a long way to determining the wider
Mena region’s fate in 2016
Saudi Arabia and Iran square up
Crisis between the two nations will result in prolonged sectarian tension in the Gulf and an
escalation in the region’s conflict. However, a deliberate military conflict between
the two can be discounted
Oil and the divided nation
Assailed by Islamic State and fiscal weakness, Iraq is barely holding together. Kurdish and
even Baswari aspirations now loom over the country and its oil sector
The (latest) Basra-to-Aqaba plan
A new, more secure route to pipe oil from southern Iraq to Jordan faces familiar hurdles
Fighting against all odds
Iraq’s myriad troubles will not stop its crude output from growing again in 2016, says oil
minister Adil Abdul al-Mahdi
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