‘Danish’ oil from Moroccans will be imported into US – Fox Sports
“There is no reason to expect that any of this stuff would be found in Morocco, and the reason why it would be there is because we had to use it in order to get oil to sell,” he said.
If it had, we would have a lot of that stuff already.” “
The Moroccan oil is not in a position to sell to the US.
If it had, we would have a lot of that stuff already.”
“We need to know how much oil the United Nations has on hand.
Mr Kalla also claimed that the oil was not a priority for Morocco, despite the country having some of the world’s highest prices. “
We have to know what we’re going to get and how much the US is going to pay us for it.”
Mr Kalla also claimed that the oil was not a priority for Morocco, despite the country having some of the world’s highest prices.
“There are some very good producers there, but they don’t have the resources, they don.
“You can sell it to the Saudis, but then you can export it to Saudi Arabia and the Gulf States. “
In the US, you can sell your oil, but you can’t export it,” he added.
‘There’s no need to sell the stuff’ A spokesman for the United Arab Emirates, which also has some of Morocco’s top oil companies, denied that the kingdom had any plans to export oil from the Gulf countries to the West. “
That’s why the Saudis and the UAE are pushing hard for us to sell it, because if they don’s you have to buy it from somewhere else.”
‘There’s no need to sell the stuff’ A spokesman for the United Arab Emirates, which also has some of Morocco’s top oil companies, denied that the kingdom had any plans to export oil from the Gulf countries to the West.
“Morocco is the most important country in the world to the UAE,” a spokesman for Abu Dhabi said.
“Moroccan oil is an important part of the UAE economy, but we have a number of other oil projects in the country, and our foreign investment is based on the need to export and diversify the economy,” the spokesman said.
The spokesman added that Moroccan oil is exported “in accordance with the rules of the World Trade Organisation”.
Morocco has previously denied the accusation, saying it had been told by the United Kingdom that it was exporting “good quality oil” in order for the UK to be able sell its oil to the country.
But in a statement issued after the Fox Sports interview, a spokesman said: “The US has been informed by the UAE that its exports of Moroccan oil are not for consumption, but to sell abroad.”
Moroccans have been increasingly frustrated with the lack of transparency and information on the sale of oil to Western nations, with reports suggesting the oil industry is being targeted by sanctions and pressure from the US government.
In October, a British judge ruled that a Moroccan court ruling allowing the sale by the UK of oil from one of the country’s oil fields could not be implemented because the ruling had not been formally reviewed.
In December, a judge in Morocco rejected a request from the UK’s Foreign Office to halt the sale.
The British government has also been pressing for the sale to be halted, saying the decision to export was made without adequate consultation with the Moroccan government and the UK had no role in determining the price of oil exported.