Islamic State

10 Killed in IS Attack on Iraq Gas Field

At least ten Iraqi security forces have been killed in an attack by Islamic State (IS) militants on a gas field in the western province of Anbar.

Iraqi Completes Repairs at Ajil Oilfield

Iraq has completed repairs at the Ajil oil field which was torched by Islamic State militants in 2015, the country's oil minister said on October 9.

Iraq Plans to Resume Production from Qayyara and Najma

Iraq plans to resume oil production from its Nineveh oilfields in the upcoming months.

Iraq Stopped Fire at Qayyara Oil Field

The technical teams of the Iraqi government-owned North Oil Company, civil defense, and military engineers have managed to extinguish fire in the No. 70 well in Qayyara oilfield in Iraq's northern province of Nineveh.

ISIS Attacks Northern Iraqi Energy Plants

Islamic State militants launched an assault on two energy facilities in Northern Iraq bringing a major oil pumping station to halt.

ISIS Launches Assault on Natural Gas Plant in Baghdad

ISIS Militant launch assault on natural gas plant in northern Baghdad, killing at least 11 people and wounding more than a doze,

Libya’s NOC Supports UN-Backed Unity Government

Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) said it was working with the U.N.-backed unity government to coordinate future oil sales and “put a period of divisions and rivalry behind us.”

BP, Statoil Withdraw Staff from Algerian Plants After Attack

British BP and the Norwegian oil company, Statoil, have temporarily removed their staff from two natural gas facilities in Algeria - Salah Gas and In Amenas - after al-Qaeda-linked militants attacked the former.

Libya Witnessed Militants’ Attack on Sarir Oil Field

Suspected Islamic State militants staged an attack on a power and water plant about 80km from the major Sarir oil field in eastern Libya. More than 50% of Libya's remaining oil production comes from Sarir region.

Iraqi Kurdistan Region Sees 50% Decline in Oil Exports

Oil exports from the autonomous Kurdistan region in northern Iraq declined by nearly 50% in February due to the ongoing outage of a pipeline to Turkey, wiping $350m off the cash-strapped Kurdistan region's revenues as it battles Islamic State.

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