The Bai Hassan south station is back online, but key infrastructure remains damaged and a well fire is still blazing after two IS attacks in July and early August.
IS militants leave behind dozens of dead civilians, a trashed refinery complex, and a town choked by oil fires.
One week into his tenure, Jabbar Allibi has scrapped an austerity policy and notified oil companies they should draw up plans for increased crude production and gas capture.
The newly confirmed minister is seeking a "quiet" environment for improving relationships with both international oil companies and the Kurdistan government.
The deputy minister for gas affairs discusses Iraq's rising LPG and condensates exports, as well as the future of major projects currently stalled by security problems.
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