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  • Iran to Export Gas to Iraq

    Iran to Export Gas to Iraq

    Thursday, 12th January 2017
    Iran is ready to proceed with a much-awaited project to export natural gas to Iraq as soon as Baghdad takes measures to make the related payments.
  • Iraq Exported 3.2mb/d of Oil in September

    Iraq Exported 3.2mb/d of Oil in September

    Monday, 3rd October 2016
    Iraq's State Oil Marketing Company (SOMO) has sold an average of 3.276mb/d in oil exports during September.
  • Islamic State Set Fire to Iraqi Oil Wells

    Islamic State Set Fire to Iraqi Oil Wells

    Sunday, 4th September 2016
    Islamic State militants set fire to four oil wells in Qayyara, south of Mosul before abandoning the city in mid August.
  • Iraq to Review Oil Foreign Contracts

    Iraq to Review Oil Foreign Contracts

    Tuesday, 23rd August 2016
    Iraqi Oil Minister, Jabar Ali Al-Luaibi, stated that Baghdad wants to review contracts with oil companies to cut the fees that the firms receive when crude prices are low.
  • Iran to Launch Gas Export to Iraq

    Iran to Launch Gas Export to Iraq

    Wednesday, 17th August 2016
    Iran stated that natural gas exports to Iraq will start in September 2016. The Managing Director of the National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC),Hamid-Reza Araqi, confirmed that Iran will initially ship 7 mcm/day to supply a power plant in Baghdad and a second route to Basra will be opened in 2017, with shipments eventually reaching 70 mcm/d.
  • Iraq Can Sue Kurdish Regional Government for Oil Repossession

    Iraq Can Sue Kurdish Regional Government for Oil Repossession

    Sunday, 11th January 2015
    The oil tanker SCF Byrranga, which was renamed the United Kalavryta (also known as United Kalavrvta) in March 2014 and is currently off the coast of Texas with a cargo of Kurdish crude oil. US District Judge Gray Miller in Houston has rejected the Kurds’ claims of sovereign immunity and said the regional government’s plans to sell its crude in the US gave him authority to hear the lawsuit.