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Last week, Syria became the main newsmaker.

The head of the local Foreign Ministry, Walid Muallem, said that the US with the help of drones attacked oil refineries in the city of Homs. Muallem stressed that this happens in the winter, when the Syrians "really need both oil and gas." He also stated that "the Syrian Arab Republic is currently undergoing Turkish aggression." Earlier in December, the Permanent Representative of the Syrian Arab Republic (SAR) to the UN, Bashar Jaafari, stated that the United States carried out an “armed assassination attempt” on Syrian territories to seize oil fields and that Washington was selling oil stolen from Syria to Turkey. In November, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad accused the United States of stealing his country's oil.

Kuwaiti state-run news agency KUNA said Tuesday that Kuwait and Saudi Arabia agreed on a neutral zone on the border between the two countries, which would allow them to restore oil production interrupted five years ago in the area. According to the agency, representatives of Kuwait and Saudi Arabia signed an agreement attached to the agreement on the division of the neutral zone and the agreement on the division of the underwater zone adjacent to the separation zone, as well as a memorandum of understanding. Earlier, Bloomberg, citing Kuwait’s oil minister Khalid al-Fadil, reported that Kuwait and Saudi Arabia could reach an agreement by the end of this year to resume oil production in the neutral zone. Neutral zone with an area of more than 5.7 thousand square meters. km was created as part of an agreement between Kuwait and Saudi Arabia, signed in 1922. The extraction in the neutral zone between Saudi Arabia and Kuwait was stopped in 2014 amid a territorial dispute between the two countries. According to the agency, oil production in the neutral zone can reach 500 thousand barrels per day.

In the middle of the week, news from Syria came again. Advisor of President Bashar al-Assad Buseyn Shaaban, said the country, together with Russian companies, has begun exploration for oil and gas fields in the Mediterranean. She noted that the Syrian authorities several years ago began preparations for this process. In an interview, Shaaban did not name specific Russian companies. However, on December 25, 2013, the Syrian Ministry of Oil and Mineral Resources signed a contract with the Russian company Soyuzneftegaz to conduct research and exploration of oil and gas at offshore block No. 2 in the territorial waters of Syria. It was reported that the investment of Soyuzneftegaz in geological exploration and test drilling on the offshore block No. 2 off the coast of Syria with a total area of 2190 square kilometers will amount to about $ 90 million.

Block 2 on the Syrian shelf is located between the cities of Tartus and Baniyas, its length is about 30 kilometers along the coast and 70 kilometers inland from the coastline, the total area is about 2190 square kilometers.
Previously, the company already participated in projects in Syria. So, in 2004, Soyuzneftegaz received licenses for exploration blocks 12 and 14. Subsequently, activity was focused on block 12. In particular, PSA was signed for the search, exploration and production of hydrocarbons, and two exploration wells were drilled, however, commercial hydrocarbon reserves block 12 has not yet been detected.

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