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chattels: New North Oil director installed New North Oil director installed Gas flares burn at the Kirkuk oil field on Jan. 06, 2010. (MARWAN IBRAHIM/AFP/Getty Images) By BEN LANDO AND STAFF of Iraq Oil Report Published Friday, October 23rd, 2015

The Kirkuk government has formally welcomed Fareed al-Jadir as head of the state-run North Oil Company (NOC), despite previous demands by the local government for a Kurd to lead the company.

The ministerial order naming Jadir said the promotion was effective Oct. 8, according to a copy obtained by Iraq Oil Report.A senior NOC official said that initially “the government in Kirkuk refused the appointment order, and did not allow Jadir to assume his duties in this regard.  www.iraqoilreport.com/new… LINK

chattels: ” ,,,,,, despite previous demands by the local government for a Kurd to lead the company ……”

chattels: ” ………. initially “the government in Kirkuk refused the appointment order, ……”

chattels: Kurdish oil minister: revenues in 2016 could reach $11b By RÛDAW

chattels: ERBIL, Kurdistan Region – The Kurdistan region could earn an estimated $11 billion in 2016 from oil and other sources if it sells its own oil globally, Kurdish oil and natural resources minister Ashti Hawrami said. In an interview with Rudaw on Wednesday, Hawrami also blamed the current financial crisis in the Kurdistan Region on Erbil’s lagging dispute with Baghdad and the political deadlock in Kurdistan over the presidency.

“The main reasons behind delayed payments are two: a political crisis with Baghdad and the Kurdish political leadership,” Hawrami said. He explained that Kurdish politicians were unable to decide on an alternative plan calling for direct oil sales, after Baghdad failed to honor an agreement signed last year.

[07:22:58 AM] chattels: “I had an alternative plan, which was to sell our own oil,” Hawrami said, criticizing the Kurdish politicians and leadership and blaming them for wasting six month to finally agree on implementing his plan.

“Baghdad was not able to send the budget that we agreed on, which was $1 billion monthly, and which was enough to pay the salaries,” Hawrami said. “They have only sent $200 million for the first month and $300 million for the second month,” he added.

According to the Erbil-Baghdad agreement signed last year, the central government should have given 17 percent of the national budget to the Kurdistan government — estimated at $1billion – for oil supplies from Kurdistan of 550,000 barrels per day.

[07:23:28 AM] chattels: Based on the ministry’s calculation for the year 2016, taking into account Baghdad’s own financial problems, the Kurdistan region only expects to receive 6 trillion Iraqi Dinars ($5 billion) from the 550,000 barrels per day it is supplying through the central government.

Hawrami said that revenues in 2016 would reach about $11 billion if Erbil sells its own oil on the global market, something that Baghdad and Washington have so far both opposed. rudaw.net/english/kurdist.

http://rudaw.net/english/kurdistan/221020152

MichelleL: good morning ladies and gents 🙂 how is everything and why aren’t we rich yet??

MichelleL: ‹@chattels› ‹@chattels› ‹@chattels› just back from a wedding and family visit in NY – had a marvelous time but now I need the cash, so can you push it along?? lol

Doug_W: looks like Tx is gonna get 10″ of rain over the W E
Doug_W: where in NY “M” ?

chattels: US joint chiefs: ISIS is ‘adaptable and flexible’ By Zhelwan Z. Wali rudaw.net/english/middlee…

http://rudaw.net/english/middleeast/iraq/221020153

chattels: Iraqi forces successfully recaptured the oil-rich refinery town of Baiji in Salahaddin province, driving out the militants, he said. “The number of Sunni that have been trained and armed is about 6,000 in Anbar province, and they want to grow to about 8,500,” Dunford added.

On the police side of the ledger, the government was looking for 16,000 Sunnis to volunteer, and they are now at around 11,000 to 12,000. Dunford described Iraqi forces in Ramadi as a stabilizing force.

chattels: “The important thing about this is, the police are the stabilization force for Ramadi,” the general said. “That was encouraging to me, because clearing Ramadi is one thing… but we all know from experience that you have to have a plan for stabilization afterward,” Dunford said.

MichelleL: ‹@Doug_W› NYC, Long Island, Westchester lol – then Connecticut and then back to Westchester then home

Doug_W: it was cold up there Eh?

chattels: “Defending Baghdad is clearly the most important mission in Iraq, and that is a main effort,” he emphasized.Earlier this week, ……..”

MichelleL: 10 inches of rain? maybe I better lay in a lot of celery for our weekend starvation diet after the food fest we just had

Doug_W: a 200 MPH Hurricane is where its coming fom off Mexico now

MichelleL: gorgeous, Doug – coldest was the first couple of days but finished up being in the 60s and really beautiful – went into the 70s too

Doug_W: glad 4 U 🙂

MichelleL: saw that Doug, but its hitting the pacific, hope it doesn’t hit california

chattels: Who is spreading rumors about a coup in Iraq? ➡ A rumor about an imminent coup spread in Baghdad at the end of September, which the Iraqi government rushed to deny. Read more: www.al-monitor.com/pulse/…

http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/iraq-pulse#ixzz3pOEsXRhH

MichelleL: interesting chattels

chattels: New North Oil director installed New North Oil director installed Gas flares burn at the Kirkuk oil field on Jan. 06, 2010. (MARWAN IBRAHIM/AFP/Getty Images) By BEN LANDO AND STAFF of Iraq Oil Report Published Friday, October 23rd, 2015

The Kirkuk government has formally welcomed Fareed al-Jadir as head of the state-run North Oil Company (NOC), despite previous demands by the local government for a Kurd to lead the company.

The ministerial order naming Jadir said the promotion was effective Oct. 8, according to a copy obtained by Iraq Oil Report.A senior NOC official said that initially “the government in Kirkuk refused the appointment order, and did not allow Jadir to assume his duties in this regard.  www.iraqoilreport.com/new… LINK

chattels: ” ,,,,,, despite previous demands by the local government for a Kurd to lead the company ……”

chattels: ” ………. initially “the government in Kirkuk refused the appointment order, ……”

chattels: Kurdish oil minister: revenues in 2016 could reach $11b By RÛDAW

chattels: ERBIL, Kurdistan Region – The Kurdistan region could earn an estimated $11 billion in 2016 from oil and other sources if it sells its own oil globally, Kurdish oil and natural resources minister Ashti Hawrami said. In an interview with Rudaw on Wednesday, Hawrami also blamed the current financial crisis in the Kurdistan Region on Erbil’s lagging dispute with Baghdad and the political deadlock in Kurdistan over the presidency.

“The main reasons behind delayed payments are two: a political crisis with Baghdad and the Kurdish political leadership,” Hawrami said. He explained that Kurdish politicians were unable to decide on an alternative plan calling for direct oil sales, after Baghdad failed to honor an agreement signed last year.

[07:22:58 AM] chattels: “I had an alternative plan, which was to sell our own oil,” Hawrami said, criticizing the Kurdish politicians and leadership and blaming them for wasting six month to finally agree on implementing his plan.

“Baghdad was not able to send the budget that we agreed on, which was $1 billion monthly, and which was enough to pay the salaries,” Hawrami said. “They have only sent $200 million for the first month and $300 million for the second month,” he added.

According to the Erbil-Baghdad agreement signed last year, the central government should have given 17 percent of the national budget to the Kurdistan government — estimated at $1billion – for oil supplies from Kurdistan of 550,000 barrels per day.

[07:23:28 AM] chattels: Based on the ministry’s calculation for the year 2016, taking into account Baghdad’s own financial problems, the Kurdistan region only expects to receive 6 trillion Iraqi Dinars ($5 billion) from the 550,000 barrels per day it is supplying through the central government.

Hawrami said that revenues in 2016 would reach about $11 billion if Erbil sells its own oil on the global market, something that Baghdad and Washington have so far both opposed. rudaw.net/english/kurdist.

http://rudaw.net/english/kurdistan/221020152

MichelleL: good morning ladies and gents 🙂 how is everything and why aren’t we rich yet??

MichelleL: ‹@chattels› ‹@chattels› ‹@chattels› just back from a wedding and family visit in NY – had a marvelous time but now I need the cash, so can you push it along?? lol

Doug_W: looks like Tx is gonna get 10″ of rain over the W E
Doug_W: where in NY “M” ?

chattels: US joint chiefs: ISIS is ‘adaptable and flexible’ By Zhelwan Z. Wali rudaw.net/english/middlee…

http://rudaw.net/english/middleeast/iraq/221020153

chattels: Iraqi forces successfully recaptured the oil-rich refinery town of Baiji in Salahaddin province, driving out the militants, he said. “The number of Sunni that have been trained and armed is about 6,000 in Anbar province, and they want to grow to about 8,500,” Dunford added.

On the police side of the ledger, the government was looking for 16,000 Sunnis to volunteer, and they are now at around 11,000 to 12,000. Dunford described Iraqi forces in Ramadi as a stabilizing force.

chattels: “The important thing about this is, the police are the stabilization force for Ramadi,” the general said. “That was encouraging to me, because clearing Ramadi is one thing… but we all know from experience that you have to have a plan for stabilization afterward,” Dunford said.

MichelleL: ‹@Doug_W› NYC, Long Island, Westchester lol – then Connecticut and then back to Westchester then home

Doug_W: it was cold up there Eh?

chattels: “Defending Baghdad is clearly the most important mission in Iraq, and that is a main effort,” he emphasized.Earlier this week, ……..”

MichelleL: 10 inches of rain? maybe I better lay in a lot of celery for our weekend starvation diet after the food fest we just had

Doug_W: a 200 MPH Hurricane is where its coming fom off Mexico now

MichelleL: gorgeous, Doug – coldest was the first couple of days but finished up being in the 60s and really beautiful – went into the 70s too

Doug_W: glad 4 U 🙂

MichelleL: saw that Doug, but its hitting the pacific, hope it doesn’t hit california

chattels: Who is spreading rumors about a coup in Iraq? ➡ A rumor about an imminent coup spread in Baghdad at the end of September, which the Iraqi government rushed to deny. Read more: www.al-monitor.com/pulse/…

http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/iraq-pulse#ixzz3pOEsXRhH

MichelleL: interesting chattels

MichelleL: a friend of mine skyped me while I was gone, she sold off 9.5 mil of her dinars, back to XChange America – apparently they claimed to have only received 4.5 mil, and only paid her for that – then they came back and said they felt “badly” and gave her another 500 bucks – is that flukey or what?

why would they give her 500 extra if they weren’t messing around with her to begin with? the package was not tampered with

Doug_W: that was posted in here yesterday M

MichelleL: really? then she must have told someone else too while I was gone – probably Dianne? we both are friends with her on skype

MichelleL: I spent a full week on a Dinar Vacation Doug lol

Doug_W: lol

MichelleL: not to say that my brother didn’t ask when it was happening so he could pay for that wedding lol

chattels: Iraq has a history rife with military and political coup d’etats, starting with the military coup that overthrew the monarchy on July 14, 1958. Iraq has witnessed three military coups and a number of coup attempts,

such as the one in 1979 when President Ahmed Hassan al-Bakr announced his resignation under pressure of Saddam Hussein and his supporters, who took over the country’s rule and the Baath Party leadership.

chattels: Political analysts and journalists in Iraq have found that rumors of a coup are part of a war on the undeclared political leadership dispute between former Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki and Abadi.

chattels: ” ……….. rumors of a coup are part of a war on the undeclared political leadership dispute between former Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki and Abadi.”

chattels: Maliki is [probably] the one spreading such rumors, to raise fear [among Iraqis] about the return of the Baathists to power. He presents himself as an alternative to the consensus state in the political process that led to the sectarian quota system in the country’s administration.”

MichelleL: hard to believe that Maliki still has any hand in the leadership
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chattels: “the supporters of Maliki. They cannot believe that they are not in charge, although he [Maliki] has lost all of his government positions and failed to restore his political image.”

chattels: “Maliki’s supporters believe they have given Washington and Tehran all required concessions, and both parties were supposed to keep him in office. Based on that, they dream of a coup that brings them back to power. They are also based on a deep despair of a possible political action.”

MichelleL: Sounds like a real life “Citizen Kane” – talk about a megalomaniac

chattels: The Iraqi situation today is complex, which has engendered rumors that are designed to raise despair or to serve as a smoke screen in order to pass policies or generate panic.

chattels: ” ……….. there is no state — in its modern definition — in the first place for the army to carry out a coup against it.”  chattels: Very interesting and revealing article I think.   chattels: wealthwatch.world/showthr…

http://wealthwatch.world/showthread.php?tid=2660

Doug_W: M that storm is coming thru Mexico CA is safe

MichelleL: ‹@Doug_W› ty – half my godchildren are there

chattels: ” ……….. the undeclared political leadership dispute between former Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki and Abadi.”

chattels: Reidar Visser ‏@reidarvisser 1h1 hour ago Trouble for #Iraq PM Abadi: Shia clergy demands more money for PMUs, reconsideration of reduction of govt salaries www.alliraqnews.com/modul…?

http://www.alliraqnews.com/modules/news/index.php

chattels: Reidar Visser ‏@reidarvisser 1h1 hour ago Sistani rep, normally pro Abadi, is now basically taking the approach of hardliner Muhandis who recently asked PM for more money to the PMUs

chattels: stressed Supreme religious authority, the need to increase the financial budget for the popular crowd to increase the momentum of the battle and complete victory over the terrorists, claim at the same time to re-examine the new salary ladder in a comprehensive manner. www.alliraqnews.com/modul…

http://www.alliraqnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storytopic=41&storyid=19040

chattels: called for the security and defense committee member of the parliamentary Kazem al-Shammari, Council of Ministers to the legislation conscription law, and send it to the House for adoption.

Al-Shammari said, in a statement received by the agency all of Iraq [where], a copy of “concentration of political parties during the last period was focused on the completion of the National Guard Law, but because of the great differences between those parties and the difficulty of passing the law in the coming period, the spotlight in the current stage on conscription law has become necessary.   www.alliraqnews.com/modul…

http://www.alliraqnews.com/modules/news/ar

ticle.php?storytopic=41&storyid=19025

chattels: ” ………. because of the great differences between those parties and the difficulty of passing the law [ *National Guard Law ] in the coming period, the spotlight in the current stage on conscription law has become necessary.”

chattels: the judicial expert Tareq Harb confirmed that the Cabinet’s decision to slice cuts salaries of officials do not need a law because it is relative. He said the war in told all of Iraq [where], that most of the provisions relating to allowances do not need permanently to the law because it depends on the salary does not affect them and also needs the approval of Parliament.

“He explained that” very few cases need to be law and the approval of Parliament, which provides third-allotment or a particular job. “and between the judicial expert, said that” like so decisions can be challenged through the grievance of the applicant to be considered in the court of the Ministry of Justice to consider its personnel issues “.  chattels: www.alliraqnews.com/modul…

http://www.alliraqnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storytopic=41&storyid=18991

chattels: Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday that the Government of Iraq had not asked the Russian army to fight terrorists Daash in Iraqi territory. He said at a forum in Sochi Russian that he has no plans to expand the scope of Russian air strikes out of Syria to include Iraq.

He was chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Joseph Dnford the day before yesterday said that the United States received assurances from Iraq that it would not ask a Russian air strikes against al Daash “noting that he” warned Baghdad that any Russian air role would hinder the campaign by US-led “.
chattels: www.alliraqnews.com/modul..
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http://www.alliraqnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storytopic=41&storyid=19010

chattels: president of a coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki with the Russian ambassador to Iraq, Elijah Anatolyevich Margonov, developments in the political and security situation in Iraq and the region. Maliki reiterated during the meeting, according to a statement by his press office,

the need to strengthen bilateral relations and developing them to serve the higher interests of the two peoples, and expressed hope that achieves Iraqi-Russian cooperation in the security and intelligence field goals, and contribute to the defeat of terrorism Daash and eliminate it completely.  www.ninanews.com/News_Det…

http://www.ninanews.com/News_Details.aspx?xH6m7OZd9QDmM4Br8Y8zpthZHEe65rQw2VKkwvTGyZY%253d

chattels: ” ……… president of a coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki …….. ” ………………………….. ” Maliki reiterated during the meeting, according to a statement by his press office,………… ”
Doug_W: U have court again 2day “C” ?

chattels: NINA seems to refrain from denomination Mr. Maliki as VP, but press releases from Mr. Maliki’s office usually identify him as VP. Interesting, contrast in the foregoing article, I think.

chattels: ‹@Doug_W› No sir. Conference call with the Judge only.

chattels: Need to get moving in that direction 🙂

Doug_W: GL

chattels: ‹@Doug_W› ty

chattels: “The reconstruction of the affected areas Fund announced determine the end of the year The current date for the launch of the reconstruction of seven of the liberated areas in the provinces of Diyala, Salahuddin operations funded by the World Bank $ 350 million.”

chattels: www.ninanews.com/News_Det…\

http://www.ninanews.com/News_Details.aspx?9RFDYnnqb9oJXXeNVKPhyQ%253d%253d

Doug_W: he ate a cat to get the extra ones

TxBrand: ‹@Stash› she email her daughter and told her it was militia ..never aid a word about a film… they lied to US to get reelected

TxBrand: never said a word

Stash: sure they lied…

TxBrand: we knew it then… but they proved it… JMHO

Stash: agreed

TxBrand: you have heard then if their lip are moving they are lying…. that goes double for the administration

TxBrand: that if

Stash: remember this…..you can still use your doctor….and keep your insurance

TxBrand: yep

TxBrand: if you have the money for it… but cant use insurance

TxBrand: guess ill look at email

Doug_W: she has consistently showed EXTREAMLY poor judgement from when she was a young college student!!

Stash: EX 1122

Stash: lol I meant XE

Doug_W: take 3 minutes to be amazed

Doug_W: www.youtube.com/embed/qJH…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/qJHlXe_RnYo

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