RPT-FACTBOX-Major companies doing business in Iraq

Wed Dec 14, 2011 1:13pm EST

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    BAGHDAD, Dec 14 (Reuters) - Iraq has tried to open its
markets to the world since the 2003 invasion that ousted
dictator Saddam Hussein. 	
    Here are some of the companies that have won deals in Iraq
in the last eight years:      	
    	
OIL:	
BP - British co. working Rumaila, Iraq's biggest oilfield	
CNPC - Chinese company with stakes in Rumaila, Halfaya, al-Ahdab	
Lukoil - Russian firm with stake in West Qurna Two	
Statoil - Norwegian co. is partner in West Qurna Two	
Royal Dutch Shell - Partner in West Qurna One, Majnoon,
a major partner in a joint venture to utilise natural gas in the
south.	
Petronas - Partner in Majnoon, Halfaya, Gharaf fields	
Exxon Mobil - West Qurna Phase One, Kurdistan blocks	
Total - French company partnered in Halfaya oilfield	
ENI - Italian firm with stake in Zubair oilfield	
Occidental - U.S. company partnered in Zubair	
KOGAS - South Korean company with stake in Zubair	
CNOOC - Chinese company partnered in Maysan oilfield	
TPAO - Turkish Petroleum Corp. has stake in Maysan, Badrah	
Japex - Japanese Petroleum Exploration has stake in Gharaf	
Sonangol - Angolan state oil firm partnered in Qayara field	
Gazprom Neft - Russian firm is partner in Badrah field	
            	
OTHER SECTORS:	
GE - multibillion-dollar deal to supply power turbines   	
Siemens - supplied power turbines	
Alstom - $550 million power plant contract in Diyala	
                 - MOU for train line between Baghdad and south	
                 - MOU for $1.5 billion metro line	
Lafarge - $200 mln renovation of Kerbala cement plant	
Shanghai Electric - $2 billion thermal power plant	
HSBC - bought 70 percent of Dar Es Salaam Bank	
Zain - secured $1.25 billion mobile phone license	
Qatar Telecommunications - stake in Asiacell	
France Telecom - stake in Korek Telecom 	
Agility - stake in Korek Telecom	
Hyundai Engineering - $396 million contract for two power plants	
Calik Enerji -1- $445.5 mln contract for 1,250 MW Kerbala plant	
             -2- $388.5 million contract for 750 MW plant in
Nineveh province	
 	
	
 (Reporting by Aseel Kami and Ahmed Rasheed; Editing by Jim
Loney)
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