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If anyone wants to access this and sort out what the big oil boys are saying, I'd be grateful, Philippa Original Message From Petroleum Economist <firstname.lastname@example.org> ===== Dear Philippa, The December issue of Petroleum Economist is now live Special reports in the December issue Iraq: Feud-for-oil This report analyses the speed at which any new government in Baghdad could revamp the country’s oil producing and exporting capability. It explores scenarios that could result from war and the possible effects on global supplies of a full-scale re-entry of Iraq in the market. It is based on interviews with experts in energy and Iraqi politics. The report is supported by data on Iraq's oilfields, refining operations, pipeline systems and oil exports and includes an oil and gas infrastructure map of Iraq. 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