The following is an excerpt from BBC News.com | November 27, 2011
Iraq has agreed a final $17bn (£11bn) deal over 25 years with Royal Dutch Shell and Mitsubishi to capture flared gas at southern oilfields.
It is one of the largest Iraq has signed with foreign energy firms, and should boost production of electricity.
Gas will be gathered from three major oil fields in Basra province that is currently wasted due to a lack of infrastructure.
More than 700 million cubic feet per day of gas is…..
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