Chevron oil company en kurdistan

OPEC's second-biggest producer could possibly split in two — and start an oil war U.S. oil giant Chevron has been operating in the Kurdistan region of Iraq since it signed an oil agreement Chevron- America's Number two oil company has evacuated all of its American oil workers from Iraq following last week's US air strike in Baghdad. In a statement, the company said as a precautionary measure its expatriate employees and contractors have left the Kurdistan Region in northern Iraq for the time being. The Kurds' key leverage is oil: Kurdistan has roughly one-third of Iraq's total oil reserves, This led to an exodus of international oil companies and other key investors. The result was a Chevron has evacuated all of its American oil workers from Iraq after last week's US airstrike in Baghdad. Chevron, America's No. 2 oil company, said in a statement Monday that as a "precautionary measure" its expatriate employees and contractors have left the Kurdistan Region in northern Iraq "for the time being."

Iraq hit out at Chevron Corp over its just-signed oil contract with Kurdistan, barring it from any oil agreements with the central government in a move meant to deter other companies from dealing

Chevron suspended drilling in Iraqi Kurdistan in October after Iraqi forces moved into Kirkuk, routing Kurdish forces who had effectively annexed the city and its oil fields, which lie outside the Chevron returned to Kurdistan in February this year. The company has an 80-percent stake in the Sarta block, where it began drilling one appraisal well last year. Drilling was completed in the Chevron Plans to Return to Iraq's Kurdistan By . The challenges for oil companies to operate in the region haven't gone away completely as "logistics are now more difficult" because of Chevron, America's No. 2 oil company, said in a statement Monday that as a "precautionary measure" its expatriate employees and contractors have left the Kurdistan Region in northern Iraq Chevron, America's No. 2 oil company, said in a statement Monday that as a "precautionary measure" its expatriate employees and contractors have left the Kurdistan Region in northern Iraq "for the ERBIL, Kurdistan Region (Kurdistan 24) - The United States oil company Chevron Corp recently announced it had resumed drilling operations in the Kurdistan Region. Chevron Corp. revealed it had "resumed activities" at oilfields in Kurdistan after it temporarily halted its operations following a fallout between the Kurdistan Regional

Chevron, America's No. 2 oil company, said in a statement Monday that as a "precautionary measure" its expatriate employees and contractors have left the Kurdistan Region in northern Iraq

31 Jul 2012 Chevron had signed an oil deal with the semi-autonomous Kurdistan making it the second U.S. oil company in a year to violate the Iraqi Oil