Hussein al-Shahristani (R), the former oil minister and current deputy prime minister for energy, looks on as Dathar Khashab (C), who was then director general of Midland Refineries, takes him on a tour of the new oil refinery which will produce 70,000 barrels per day at Daura in Baghdad on January 26, 2009. (ALI AL-SAADI/AFP/Getty Images)
BAGHDAD - Iraq is looking to enlist private companies to build four new refineries with the combined ability to process 740,000 barrels per day (bpd) of crude oil, which would help Iraq fulfill its dreams of becoming a net fuels exporter.
The refineries, located in Kirkuk, Nassiriya, Karbala and Missan, have all had or are nearing completion of Front-End Engineering and Design studies.
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