January 16, 2001
Iraqi Vice-President Taha Yassin Ramadan, the highest ranking Iraqi to make an official visit to Egypt since the 1991 Gulf War, arrived on Tuesday in
Iraq and Lebanon are on the brink of a deal that would pump oil into Lebanon.
Iraq's oil production dropped to 1.2 million barrels per day (bpd) in December as a dispute with the United Nations over pricing continued.
January 14, 2001
Syria is reportedly mediating between Iraq and the GCC states, and Kuwait in particular, in an attempt to make a fresh start and normalize the relatio
January 13, 2001
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) intends this month to carry out a physical inventory verification (PIV) on the remaining nuclear materia
Iraqi vice-president Taha Yasin Ramadan begins Monday an official visit to Cairo for talks on strengthening bilateral ties between the two countries.
January 11, 2001
Iraqi archaeologists have found 32 gold coins dating back to the late Abbasid era at the ancient city of Anbar, northwest of Baghdad, archaeologists w
India is seeking to purchase 1 million additional tons of oil from Iraq under the terms of the UN oil-for-food program.
A senior Iraq electricity official on Wednesday urged French firms charged with rebuilding Iraq's electricity sector to fulfill their contracts.
January 10, 2001
Iraqi deputy trade minister Fakhri Rishan expressed Tuesday his hope that Tehran-Baghdad trade and economic relations would strengthen in the future.
Iraq has resumed normal oil exports from its Gulf port of Mina al-Bakr following a month-long interruption due to a dispute with the UN over prices, an official daily Al-Qadissaya reported Tuesday.
Iraq has halted oil exports through the port of Ceyhan in southern Turkey since the beginning of January for an unknown reason, a spokeswoman for the Turkish state oil and gas company BOTAS said on Tu
January 9, 2001
Available figures for forthcoming fiscal years show a wide discrepancy in the underlying oil price assumptions adopted by some of the major oil producers.
What started as another spat between Iraq and the Security Council in late November (MEES, 27 November 2000) has developed into a fully-fledged confrontation between the two which has led to the disru
Iraqi oil exports were seen on hold on January 8th, but oil officials said that loadings are expected to resume shortly.