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KRG Publishes Monthly Export Report for February 2016

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Press Release of the Ministry of Natural Resources The Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) today publishes the monthly crude oil export report for February 2016. The report details: All oil export volumes through the KRG-Ceyhan crude oil pipeline; all crude oil cargoes lifted from Ceyhan by the buyers; and the revenues received …

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Kurdish Oil Flows Shut as Pipeline Sabotaged in Turkey

Workers at an oil facility plant in Kurdistan.

Kurdistan’s oil exports to world markets are set to be suspended for a second week running, a shipping source said, a move that will deprive Iraq’s semi-autonomous region of its main revenue stream as the security situation in southeast Turkey worsens. The pipeline to the Turkish port of Ceyhan from …

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Genel to Resume Oil Drilling in Coming Weeks

Genel's operation blocks in the Kurdistan Region.

Genel Energy, one of a handful of foreign oil producers in Iraqi Kurdistan, will resume drilling work at its Taq Taq oilfield in the coming weeks to ramp up production, its chief financial officer (CFO) told Reuters on Tuesday. The restart of drilling work will mark the first time in …

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Monthly Oil Export Report for November 2015

A worker is seen at the Tawke oil refinery in Kurdistan, on May 31, 2009 AFP

The Kurdistan Regional Government, KRG, exported 18,023,075 barrels of crude oil (an average of 600,769 barrels per day) in November through the Kurdistan pipeline network to the port of Ceyhan in Turkey. Of this amount, fields operated by the KRG contributed 13,023,266 barrels (434,109 bpd on average), while fields operated …

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