Uncertainty surrounds ExxonMobil's giant Iraq contract

Political and military tensions between the US and Iran as well disagreements about the final gigantic contract between the US oil major and Iraq have delayed talks, reports Reuters.
Photo: Nabil al-Jurani
Photo: Nabil al-Jurani

ExxonMobil's grand plans for Iraq concerning a deal worth USD 53 billion meant to boost the country's oil exports have been hit by disagreements about the final contract as well as the escalating political and military conflict between the US and Iran, reports Reuters.

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