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CNPC, BP in deal to develop Iraqi oilfield

China National Petroleum Corp (CNPC), China's largest oil and gas producer, and Britain's oil giant BP signed an initial agreement on Thursday with Iraq's Oil Ministry to develop Rumaila, Iraq's largest oilfield.

"The signed contract will be referred to the cabinet for approval," said Iraq's Oil Ministry spokesman Asim Jihad. "The ministry will set an official date for signing the contract after the cabinet's approval."

He said the deal, which requires an investment of more than $15 billion, was signed by the ministry, represented by the State-run South Oil Company, and CNPC and BP.

A BP spokesman confirmed that they had signed the initial contract and were waiting approval from the Iraqi government.

He said it was an important milestone and BP hoped to be able to sign the final agreement before the end of this year.

CNPC said it was not ready to comment.

BP and CNPC won the Rumaila deal after they cut their proposed remuneration fee to $2 per barrel. Iraq offered eight contracts in a June auction.

As Iraq's largest producing oilfield, Rumaila accounted for almost half of the country's total output of 2.4 million barrels per day (BPD), with a current capacity of 1.1 million BPD. The field's reserves are estimated to be 17 billion barrels.

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 Source : China Daily  Editor: Ivy
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