Ironically, Iraq Faces Oil Shortages NPR's Michele Norris talks with Jamal Qureshi with the Market Intelligence Service for PFC Energy about an oil shortage in Iraq, the country with the world's second-largest reserves. Poor security in Iraq has wreaked havoc on Iraq's oil industry. Managing pipelines in Iraq not only involves keeping an eye on looters, but also involves navigating the heavy damage incurred from months of war.
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Ironically, Iraq Faces Oil Shortages

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Ironically, Iraq Faces Oil Shortages

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Ironically, Iraq Faces Oil Shortages

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NPR's Michele Norris talks with Jamal Qureshi with the Market Intelligence Service for PFC Energy about an oil shortage in Iraq, the country with the world's second-largest reserves. Poor security in Iraq has wreaked havoc on Iraq's oil industry. Managing pipelines in Iraq not only involves keeping an eye on looters, but also involves navigating the heavy damage incurred from months of war.

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