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last updated on: 26 September 2013

Oil Marketing Company

Also known as: Oil Marketing Company (SOMO), SOMO, State Oil Marketing Organization (SOMO)

fast facts

Country Iraq Ownership Type Government

Contact details

Primary address
State Oil Marketing Organization Building
Al Muthana Street 17
Al Hay Al Moutasim District 724
5118
Iraq
Baghdad
Region
Baghdad

Zawya industry classifications

SECTOR (Definitions) INDUSTRY (Expand All)
  • Oil and Gas
    1. Oil
      1. Marketing and Distribution
        1. Petroleum Bulk Stations and Terminals (Primary Industry)

Officers

  • Name availableChairman
  • Name availableVice Chairman
  • Name availableDirector General
  • Name availableFinance Manager
  • Name availableMarketing Manager
  • Name availableAdministration Manager
  • Name availableRelationship Manager

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