International oil world to rule postwar Iraqi oil output

Before the first shot is fired in an anticipated war with Iraq, US officials should sit down with representatives of various countries and oil companies claiming concession in that nation to determine who will produce Iraq's oil once the shooting's ended, said an Oklahoma law professor.An unknown number of oil and gas concessions in Iraq—"some real, some promised, and some imaginary"—have been awarded to several international oil companies outside of the US, including some state-owned companies, said R. Dobie Langenkamp, professor of law and director of the National Energy-Environment Law & Policy Institute at the University of Tulsa. In addition to concessions granted...

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