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Secret US plans for Iraq's oil

BBC - The Bush administration made plans for war and for Iraq's oil before the 9/11 attacks, sparking a policy battle between neo-cons and Big Oil, BBC's Newsnight has revealed.


This article was written back in 17 March, 2005, so how's the current situation ? Well, I'm not Iraqi to start bashing Bush administration in other words I do not care.
I'm just curious and would like to know what's the current situation of Iraqis oil, Where it's going? How it's being sold? At what rate Iraqis oil are being sold ?

I guess my questions will remain without answer


[tags] Iraqi, Oil, Iraqi oil [/tags]

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  1. One story says that the Iraqi resistance has subverted all plans for US & UK to exploit Iraqi's oil.

    The other story says there is so much oil smuggling not accounted for so even when reports warn of low Iraqi oil production levels, it's nothing more than a cover up for the massive smuggling operations.

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