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Turkish Petroleum Corporation, or TPAO, won a tender for exploring oil in a field in Iraq's Basra region, TPAO deputy head said.
Besim Sisman said TPAO and its UAE and Kuwait partners won the tender as the sole bidder for the management rights of the 9th bloc at an oil field in Basra.
Sisman said TPAO had a 30-percent share in the consortium and it would initially invest $150 million, adding that the company would cover 30 percent of the overall investments planned over the next 20-25 years.
Sisman said the latest tender earned the fifth contract for TPAO in Iraq.
Food tourism is most popular among Arabs, Culture and Tourism Minister Nabi Avci says
Turkish president says PYD/YPG should withdraw from Arab-populated Manbij
MHP's Devlet Bahceli says recent remarks by Greek minister on Kardak islets indicate lack of neighborly values
Prime minister rebuffs criticism of KRG flag display during Masoud Barzani's official visit this week to Turkey
Blasting story as 'worthless,' President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says there is no right to set state bodies against each other
Gazprom will start building offshore part of Turkish Stream gas pipeline in coming months, according to company official
Anti-drug operations in southeast Diyarbakir province aim to hit terror financing, according to governor's office
Turkey's imports also rose by almost 16 percent to reach $15.6 billion year-on-year
Turkey can transfer energy resources of Economic Cooperation Organization states to foreign markets, says foreign minister
Ambassador Ismail Sefa Yuceer says Turkey ready to help Gambian democratic institutions after election defeat of strongman
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Numan Kurtulmus says he hopes Greek defense minister's comments on disputed Kardak islets do not represent official policy
Turkish cell phone operator receives GSM Association award for efforts to help Syrian refugees
Rumi's Mathnawi poem has been translated into 25 languages by the Konya municipality
Both countries will reevaluate economic cooperation in a number of sectors, Turkey's economy minister says
The constitutional changes are needed and normal for Turkey, says Bejtulla Demiri of International Balkan University