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A victim of years of wars, sanctions, and underinvestment, Iraq's infrastructure is barely able to move crude oil that it is currently producing and is unlikely to handle output beyond 3. Sourcing nearly three-fourths of its crude from southern oilfields and the rest from northern fields near Kirkuk, Iraq has the potential to rival key oil producers in OPEC, aided by low production costs and easy geology Iraq's crude exports heavily rely on terminals in the Persian Gulf and, to a lesser extent, on the pipeline system.
Last year, nearly 2. But the terminals have been hamstrung with damages and neglect since the Iran-Iraq war. Figure 1. To boost the capacity of export terminals, Iraq completed two single-point mooring SPM platforms in the south last year, with the capacity of 0. Exposure of SPMs to bad weather is an additional challenge, particularly in the winter time.
Compared to the export terminals in the south, the only functional cross-border pipeline from Kirkuk to the Turkish port of Ceyhan runs at relatively less capacity see Figure 1 and faces greater constraints. A target of frequent attacks since the U. It is uncertain whether the latest plan to add another pipeline from Iraq to Turkey to ramp up oil exports will come to fruition in the near future given the growing instability and attacks on the existing pipeline and personnel.
Second, to fully use its capacity or to increase it, the Kirkuk-Ceyhan pipeline needs to source oil from southern oilfields in Basra via the internal south-north Strategic Pipeline. Running below its 1. In an effort to add more pipeline capacity to oil exports, Iraq signed an agreement with Jordan this spring to build a 1,kilometer pipeline, with a capacity of about 1 mbpd, from Basra to Jordan's Red Sea port of Aqaba [ 20 ].
Although Iraq seeks to reduce its dependence on export terminals in the Persian Gulf by shifting more exports to pipelines, the combined nameplate capacities of 2. Other sightings have occurred in a shy town, a capital city, a modern day ruins, and a long-lost princely coast. She lives in coastal fog at the edge of the San Francisco Bay Area.
Marlatt writes poetry reviews for Coldfront Magazine, and he teaches English in Nebraska, where he lives with his wife and two sons. Rachael graduated with her M. Meg is a NYC transplant, with an interest in poetry about biology, the jargon of biology, and one bedroom apartments. She has previously published work in The Drunken Boat, an Architrave Press edition, and a few others, and is also the founding editor of Typografika, a German-English bilingual literary magazine based in Munich. In her spare time, she interns at Litmus Press in Brooklyn, working on Aufgabe.
She currently works as an editor for an NYC finance company and enjoys weekend getaways to strange, small towns in upstate NY, NH, and ME because of their wonderful lack of skyscrapers. Tim Mayo — Spring Poetry Winner. His first full length collection The Kingdom of Possibilities was published by Mayapple Press in He has been twice nominated for the Best of the Net Anthology, once for a Pushcart Prize and was chosen as a top finalist for the Paumanok Award.
He is on the author committee of the Brattleboro Literary Festival. Jason is from the great state of Alabama, where he currently teaches English and Literature at the University of Alabama. Janet Scott McDaniel, born in Catonsville, Maryland and now a Delaware resident, emerged two years ago from a 25 year hiatus to resume her life as a poet.
With an AA in fine art, and a BA in psychology from the University of Maryland, Janet has a rare gift for combining rich imagery with the palpable emotions of human experience, and things of this world, both seen and unseen. She weaves ordinary language into poems that are inescapably beautiful but also completely accessible. Her work covers love, loss, discovery, joy and the depths of introspection.
David is Welsh but has lived in Sweden since The recipient of the Esther Buffler Memorial Fellowship and member of the Slam Free or Die team, he has spent the last year touring and presenting workshops on slam and spoken word to high school students around New England. Stephen is a published artist, writer and maker of short collage films living in NY. He lives in the NYC area with his wife and cats.
Janice Krasselt Mendin has an M. Please note that the books and poems above have been published under the name Janice Krasselt Tatter. Her fourth book, Miss Unthinkable, will be published by Mayapple Press in Thomas University and a Cuban-American writer living and working in Miami. His literary work reflects his dual upbringing in the Cuban-American community of Hialeah, Florida, and the academic communities of a number of institutions of higher learning.
He teaches literature with the University of Colorado, Boulder. Sean is a young poet and student. A Baltimore resident, Morrissey divides his time between Washington D. Margaret S. Mullins divides her time between rural Maryland and downtown Baltimore.
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Currently, she lives on Amelia Island, a small barrier island off the coast of north Florida, with her husband and two daughters, and teaches poetry at the University of North Florida. She has been married for 17 years, has three amazing young boys, and looks forward to writing and teaching at the university level. He received his M. He is currently a Ph. He is a graduate of the University of California, Riverside where he completed an Asian American murder mystery as his thesis.
For more information, please visit aj-ong. Patrick has always had a love for poetry. Many of the ideas he explores through his work are rooted in his military experiences- the pain of loss, the joy of life, and the ambivalence one often feels toward both. Proudly from New Hampshire, Patrick resides in Plymouth. He has been previously published at Soundzine.
Sergio has a B. Rebecca is an internationally published poet, and currently a PhD student at the University of Montreal, Canada. Her poetry has been anthologized in the edition ofThe Best Canadian Poetry in English guest editor Lorna Crozier and series editor Molly Peacock , and in the Headlight anthology of emerging writers. This is her first appearance in OVS. She is the Editor-in-Chief of So to Speak: a feminist journal of language and art and a blogger for Poetry Instigator. Kushal Poddar resides in the city of Kolkata, India.
Apart from poetries, he has written fictions and scripts for television mini-series as well. His English poems have been published in various online and print magazines all over the world. Ken Poyner — Winter He and his wife live in the lower right hand corner of Virginia with four rescue cats and one fierce fish. Matthew is a year old college student and poet from Manchester, New Hampshire. He loves writing, and has published two chapbooks of poetry. His work has been featured in online publications such as The Legendary and Borderline Magazine.
You can find him reading at one of the various open mics throughout New England. She is a full time student from southern New Hampshire. Steven Riel is the author of three chapbooks of poetry, the most recent being Postcard from P-town, which was runner-up for the inaugural Robin Becker Chapbook Prize and was published by Seven Kitchens Press in Charles lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
His narrative poems, short stories, interviews, and poetry reviews have appeared in over two hundred print and electronic publications. He has received four Pushcart Prize nominations for his writing. He is the author of The Fathers We Find, a novel based on memory and six books of poetry.
Most recently he was interviewed by Jane Crown for Blog Radio. You may find that interview by going to: www. DiPiero, and Tom Sleigh. AJ currently work as an intellectual property lawyer in Boston, and have written on intersections in law and poetry. Lee resides in Fargo, ND. He has published poetry in Cynic, Wanderings, ArtsPulse, and other publications. He has published short-stories and is currently working on a novel. She founded and directs the creative writing program at Santa Fe Community College. Kat is a Southern California poet making her way in the City of Wind.
She is an M. You can find him on Facebook. Greg Schmult is forty nine years old and lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He has done nothing noteworthy from a literary point of view, but hopes to rectify that by beginning to submit poems in hope of publication. When seeking other ways to be worthwhile, he is a husband, father, an environmental consultant, and dabbles in bonsai. He is the author of Too Soon To Leave and the founding editor of Natural Bridge, a journal of contemporary literature.
Learn more about his work at: www. She received the Charlotte Newberger Prize in Poetry.
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He lives in Los Angeles. Currently, he resides in Nashville, TN with his wife Elizabeth, and their three cats. The cats think they own the place. She was nominated for a Pushcart Prize in and again in Her poetry was also part of a collaboration of women artists and poets for the project, The Poetry Dress, at the Massachusetts Poetry Festival. In , she was awarded the Toni Brown Memorial Scholarship for her poetry. Diane writes about the homeless, children, immigrants, poverty, healthcare; those who have little visibility or power in society.
Her writing has appeared in modest literary journals in England, Canada and the United States in print and online. After working as a social worker in child welfare for twenty years, she finally retired. John Spilman, Jr. He holds a B. He splits his time between Virginia and New York City, drinks small batch bourbon, and bets on the horses. In the U. Patricia is a four-time national individual champion of the notorious and wildly popular Poetry Slam, the most successful competitor in slam history.
As a budding voiceover artist, she was the radio voice of the Oil of Olay Total Effects product line. She does workshops and residencies customized for all age groups, and is also available for intensive individual instruction. Joseph retired from college teaching New Mexico State University and editing Puerto Del Sol several years ago to have more time for writing. He lives in Las Cruces with Jill, a painter. She blogs at graveyardhouse. Rae is a writer and veterinarian living in Virginia. In , she received a Pushcart Prize nomination.
Julie grew up in Pennsylvania, graduated from the University of Delaware in business and currently lives in Pawling, New York. She has had several poems published online, in print journals and in anthologies. A number of her poems have received Finalist or Honorable Mention in various contests.
David was born in the U. South, raised in Alaska and Colorado before moving to the U. Pacific Northwest 35 years ago. Once an academic geographer, he has spent many years promoting public transportation in the Puget Sound area. His poems have been published in U. Northwest literary journals and one anthology.
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Ray is an undergraduate currently living on the southern Oregon coast with his wife and son. He has had poems published in Aesthetica, Poets and Artists, and Pank, as well as in numerous others across as many countries. His novels Tatterdemalion and Amphisbaena , both through Cauliay, are widely available in print.