Kirkuk Oil

  • Iraq’s Exports from Kirkuk to Remain Limited

    Iraq’s Exports from Kirkuk to Remain Limited

    Wednesday, 26th December 2018

    Iraq’s exports from Kirkuk oilfields to the Turkish Ceyhan port will remain between 80,000 to 90,000 barrels per day (b/d) as most of the produced crude oil from Kirkuk is directed to the northern refineries.

  • Kirkuk Oil Exports Could Reach 400,000 b/d: Kurdish Official

    Kirkuk Oil Exports Could Reach 400,000 b/d: Kurdish Official

    Wednesday, 21st November 2018

    Iraq oil exports from Kirkuk could reach 400,000 barrels per day (b/d), up from 300,000 b/d before production was halted in 2017.

  • Iraq to Restart Oil Exports from Kirkuk

    Iraq to Restart Oil Exports from Kirkuk

    Sunday, 18th November 2018

    Iraq has restarted exporting oil from Kirkuk after being interrupted for a year due to conflicts between the central government in Baghdad and the Kurdistan Regional Government.

  • Iraq to Export Oil to Iran

    Iraq to Export Oil to Iran

    Monday, 8th January 2018

    Iraq will begin to export crude oil, produced from the northern Kirkuk fields, to Iran before the end of January 2018, Iraqi Oil Minister, Jabar al-Luaibi, told reporters on January 7th.