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Mees

(mēs),
R.A., 20th-century Dutch physician. See: Mees lines, Mees stripes.
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The two firms were among the last large western oil firms to quit the country, in 2008, citing not only sanctions pressure - the US threatened to block such firms from doing business in the US - but also tough contractual terms under the country's much-maligned and now scrapped 'buyback' model," the new MEES report said.
Sources have confirmed to MEES that these groups call for "facilitations" in the rest of Iraq for oil companies operating in Kurdistan, with an end to the boycott in place, in order to benefit from their expertise in the rest of Iraq as well.
Qualified companies remain reluctant because they require the construction of infrastructure beyond the 'parameters of the field development being undertaken, without detailing what investment will be required,' MEES said.
al-Chalabi, "The Gulf War and the Emerging World Order", MEES, 20 May 1991, pp.
KNPC is also planning a multi-billion-dollar project to expand and modernise two of its three refineries, at Al-Ahmadi and Mina Abdullah, but the project is running behind schedule, Zanki told MEES.