As new offshore export facilities come online, Iraq has the opportunity to increase oil sales, despite enduring security and infrastructure challenges.
The head of one of the most strategically valuable investors in Iraqi Kurdistan's oil sector talks production plans and pipeline tie-ins.
The U.S. government’s top energy diplomat discusses American efforts to help Iraq rise to the top of the global oil industry.
After months of infrastructure work, Iraq’s exports jumped by 551,000 bpd in February, with production set to rise even higher.
Due to pipeline sabotage, and amidst an enduring political impasse, the KRG has postponed its plans to begin exporting through federal channels.
Angolan state firm took a run at southern Ninewa fields, but the area produced more terrorism than oil.
A bilateral gas pipeline deal between Basra province and Iran could circumvent Baghdad's energy sector authority and conflict with UN sanctions.
The West Qurna 1 field now has PetroChina and Pertamina partners, though ExxonMobil retains operator role.