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Thursday, November 19, 2009     INTELLIGENCE BRIEFING

Moscow set to help Syria reverse oil misforturnes

LONDON — Russia plans to launch a crude oil project in Syria.   

Russia's Tatneft intends to begin production from fields located in eastern Syria. The Syria Report said production would begin at 5,000 barrels of crude oil per day, Middle East Newsline reported.

Syria has sought to reverse its steady decline in crude oil.

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Damascus was bracing for major crude imports to maintain energy requirements.

The regime of the Syrian President Bashar Assad has also sought to link energy resources with Turkey, Middle East Newsline reported.

The Czech Republic's Plynostav-Regulace Plynu has won a contract to construct a natural gas pipeline that would link the natural gas grids of Syria and Turkey.

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