with the participation of Allaw.. OAPEC Council of Ministers will discuss the organization’s budget .. and Syria won 2nd in (OAPEC) oilprize

Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources Sufian Allaw said  that Syria won the 2nd  rated in OAPEC oil, indicating that this win a huge benefit for young Syrian, who proved the ability to provide research that compete and reap the rewards.

Allaw  who chaired  the Syrian delegation participating in the meetings of the Arab oil ministers in Cairo said in a statement to SANA: This award is announced by the organization each year through the identification of addresses, and specific research, where he won second place from Syria equally Dr Khaled Khalaf of workers in the Syrian Oil Company and Dr. Musab Al-Bareidi  from Al-Baath University for research investment and subsidized oil production.

Allaw  stressed the importance of this prize  because it comes under a lot of competition includes researchers from the oil-producing countries and have experts and specialists.

Allaw  has been in a meeting session of the 87 Council of Ministers of Organization of Arab Petroleum Exporting "OAPEC" in Cairo where  discussed several issues, including approving the budget of the Organization, which includes ten Arab countries producing oil next year’s modest increase for the current year budget in addition to the discussion of the studies prepared by organization during the last year and discussed the organization’s achievements during the last period, plans and programs for the next stage.

The Ministers approved the Arabs at the end of their meeting the draft budget for 2012 of $ 1,000,067 thousand dinars, and to extend the period of supervision of the Iraq Institute of Arab Petroleum Training for one year as of next January, as decided Almaetmr that Algeria is the presidency of the next session in 2012 with regard to the Council of Ministers and the Executive Office of the Organization OAPEC.

This meeting of the League held once each year as it was agreed to hold the next meeting of the Council of Ministers of the Organization in Cairo in December of next year.

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