WATCHING THE WORLD SELLING IRAQI CRUDE

With Roger Vielvoye from London Potential customers for Iraqi crude oil are starting to get a clear idea of how the United Nations will permit the first release of oil supplies onto the market. What buyers do not know are the likely volumes that will be available once the embargo is lifted and crude starts flowing for export through the pipeline from Iraq's northern oilfields into Turkey and the export terminal on the Mediterranean at Ceyhan.

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