The KRG has given up its first attempt to sell independent pipeline exports to U.S. buyers, as the United Kalavryta is redirected to a port in Israel, and the American court has suspended proceedings.
Elite Iraqi forces have repelled a siege by IS militants that threatened to choke transit routes to a base for U.S. military training and coordination.
The rise of the IS group has taken the Akkas and Mansuriya projects offline indefinitely, stalling development at the foundation of Iraq's gas strategy.
The chief of Kurdistan's Peshmerga forces discusses the fight against IS militants and new efforts to train irregular forces.
Oil production is booming in Missan province, which now accounts for nearly one-tenth of Iraq's output.
Political disputes, bad weather, crude quality problems and infrastructure delays set back much needed revenues.
After failing to jump-start their stalled oil deal, Iraqi leaders are trading recriminations over unfulfilled export and revenue-sharing expectations.
IS fighters launched a multi-pronged assault on Kirkuk area villages and oil infrastructure, but they were ultimately repelled, and hostages survived by tricking the militants.
Iraq on track to end year on upward trend for oil exports, though phantom Kirkuk sales go unexplained.
Amidst complaints over unpaid land compensation, protesters have disrupted the Russian oil giant's development of a KRG exploration block.