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spokesman for the Oil Ministry, Assem Jihad, said that Iraq resumed pumping crude from fields operated by the North Oil Company , run by the Iraqi government , which, through a pipeline Kurdistan region to Turkey. A 
spokesman for the oil ministry in Baghdad said on Thursday that Iraq has resumed pumping crude from fields operated by North oil state - run company and through the Kurdish pipeline to Turkey. 
The spokesman Assem Jihad that about 70 thousand barrels a day being pumped through the pipeline , which is controlled by theKurdistan Regional authorities, but gave no further details. 
The pumping stopped in March because of a dispute between the federal government in Baghdad and the Kurdistan Regional government over control of oil exports from the Kurdistan region. 
It is supposed to ease the resumption of crude pumped through the Kurdish pipeline , the financial burden on the Iraqi Kurdistan government , which were badly damaged by the collapse of oil prices two years ago. 
in February Kurdish officials have warned that the economic crisis may increase the cases of evasion of military service between the peshmerga forces fighting the organization of the Islamic state , which controls the vast territory west of the Kurdish region. 
the new oil minister in Baghdad Jabar Ali Allaibi expressed optimism at his appointment on Monday the possibility of a solution theproblem with the Kurds. 
the Minister of oil Jabar Luaibi, Thursday, increasing the production of petroleum products and reduce the proportion of imported into the half. 
a statement by the Ministry of oil received / balances News / copy of the "Allaibi revealed during a meeting Thursday with agents and general managers in the ministry, for the development of a solid and integrated action plan for development of the oil sector in the country , "stressing" the need to work as one team in order to develop the oil sector. " 
He explained Allaibi according to the statement," we will work to overcome the obstacles hindering the development of the oil sector , "stressing the need to resume the national effort within the ministry companies for the development of this important sector in the country. " 
However , the oil Ministry denied on the tongue , Assem Jihad , the intention of raising the prices of oil derivatives, and as pointed out that filling stations operate until the late hours of the day, showed that the oil minister Jabbar Laibi face the need to raise thelevel of mobilization of fuel stations to the ranks of developed nations.

He said ministry spokesman Assem Jihad said that "prices of petroleum products are fixed - rate and thus there is no intention of the ministry to raise it, " noting that " the per liter price of reformulated gasoline of 450 dinars and 750 dinars High gasoline imported octane." 
Jihad said that " the oil minister new Jabbar Laibi face the need to raise the level of stations to mobilize fuel to the ranks ofdeveloped countries to provide the best services to the citizens. " 
but the oil minister , face the necessity" to take advantage of international experiences with regard to the distribution and mobilization of petroleum products terminals in form and substance, "he underlined" the need to improve local product of asubstance gasoline because of its positive impact on the citizen. " 
he called on the new Minister of Iraqi oil to" improve the quality of diesel and construction of a large warehouse in the Khor Al -Zubair to be Iraq window of export to the world , "he said , adding" the ministry has sought to work with specialized companies to expand the area of exploration for crude oil is leads to the result to increase production. " 
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Announced the North Oil Company, on Thursday, for the resumption of crude exports from its fields to the Turkish port of Ceyhan via the Kurdistan region, after a hiatus of five months, indicating that it produces a hundred thousand barrels a day.

The source said the company, in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The company has received high directives of the Oil Ministry this afternoon, to resume pumping an average of 70 thousand barrels before being lifted quantity at eight in the evening to a hundred thousand barrels a day after a break of five months ".

The source, who asked not to be named, said "Pumping resumed operations successfully to the Turkish port of Ceyhan, the line stretching across the Kurdistan region."

The Oil Ministry suspended oil exports from Kirkuk and Jambour fields and baker, a subsidiary of the North Oil Company because of a dispute between the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government, which production rates of up to more than 165 thousand barrels per day, going nearly 35 thousand of them to the refinery in Kirkuk for the production of kerosene Oil and Oil the White .

Ministry of Natural Resources also operates in the Kurdistan Regional Government, fields, Bai Hassan and Havana oilfields in the district of molasses, (55 km north-west of Kirkuk City), since the seventeenth of June 2014, which produced rates of up to more than 185 thousand barrels per day after it was before the June events 2014, managed by the North oil company.

Kirkuk has been repeatedly criticized the administration has stopped pumping oil fields across the North, which has affected the company's business and securing petrodollar allocations Mhalfezh, (250 km north of Baghdad).

The new oil minister, Jabbar and coffee, announced that parliamentary approval for his appointment, in (the 13th of August now 2016), about the possibility of addressing the problems of oil with the Kurdistan region.

 

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Oil Ministry to resume pumping crude through a pipeline to Turkey region
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it announced that the Oil Ministry in Baghdad, said Thursday it had resumed pumping crude from fields operated by state - run North Oil Company , which through a subsidiary of the Kurdistan region of a pipeline to Turkey.
The spokesman of the ministry , Assem Jihad told Reuters that about 70 thousand barrels a day being pumped through the pipeline , which is controlled by the Kurdistan Regional authorities, but gave no further details. 
The oil pump stopped in March because of a dispute between the government in Baghdad and the Kurdistan Regional Government over control of oil exports Kurdish. 
It is supposed to ease the resumption of crude pumped through the Kurdish pipeline , the financial burden for the Kurdistan government , which were badly damaged by the collapse of oil prices two years ago. 
Kurdish officials in February warned that the economic crisis may increase the cases of evasion of military service between the Peshmerga forces fighting organization Daesh. 
the new oil minister in Baghdad Jabar Ali Allaibi expressed optimism at his appointment on Monday the possibility of solving the problem with the Kurdistan region. 
in June June 2014 seized control of the Peshmerga on Kirkuk , which spins them conflict Old and its oil fields after the disintegration of the northern units of the Iraqi army in face Daesh. 
regained peshmerga army territory in northern Iraq and were preparing to attack the final to grab Mosul Daesh supported by an international coalition led by the United States. 
he was a former oil minister Adel Abdul Mahdi , a student in March that the Kurds back to an earlier oil deal or to sign a new agreement to resume pumping through of their pipeline.
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Twilight News / company official said the state-run North Oil on Friday that Iraq plans to increase crude flows that are pumped through the pipeline owned by the Kurdistan Regional Government and extended to Turkey to reach the normal average of 150 thousand barrels per day in the next week.

Of the Ministry of Oil Company in Baghdad and resumed on Thursday, pumping oil from fields in Kirkuk run through after months of hiatus line.

 

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A source at the North Oil Company in the province of Kirkuk , on Thursday, to resume pumping oil from the company 's fields to the port of Ceyhan via the province lineKurdistan after a hiatus of five months.

 

The source said in an interview with Alsumaria's News, said that "Kirkuk oilfields exports resumed, this evening, through the passing of the Kurdistan region of the pipeline to the Turkish port of Ceyhan after the arrival of instructions from the Ministry of Oil recommends re-pumping from Kirkuk fields via the carrier crude oil pipeline," noting that "initial export rates of 100 barrels per day."

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The source , who asked not to be named, said : " the flow of crude oil again after a five - month process and export will rise successively , " pointing out that " the Iraqi -Turkish line at the point of Dohuk confirmed the safety of crude oil flow through thepipeline."

 

The North Oil Company suspended earlier this year due to lack of approval by the Ministry of Oil Export because of disagreements between Baghdad and Erbil.
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100,000 barrels a day....that's not chump change. Guess maybe GOI figured with all these billions in loans, they better figure a way to start paying it back. That's a good start. At $50 a barrel, thats $5m a day, $150m a month. Amazing they could wake up one morning, turn on a valve and...surprise, here's another $150m. Hope none of it finds it's way into Maliki pockets.

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After the resumption of pumping from Kirkuk oil fields beyond differences

 

 

   
 

 
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did the Ministry of Oil orientations aimed at improving the oil products and the promotion of capacity export to Iraq to contribute to raising the fiscal revenue, especially after the resumption of pumping oil from the Kirkuk fields through extended to Turkey national line after a lapse of about 6 months. 
Coincided these positive moves with optimism specialists high crude prices in the international markets. 
he revealed the new oil minister Jabbar and coffee for the development of the oil sector plans for the future, and to increase production and export rates through the operating companies within the licensing rounds, in addition to the Iraqi national effort that will have a significant role in the next phase. 
and instructed and coffee, during the a meeting at the ministry attended the «morning» part of it, the need to work to increase the production of Iraqi refineries of oil products such as gasoline and kerosene oil , which will reduce the import large rate ratios and provide financial liquidity of the federal treasury. 
came the minister 's comments at a time when Reuters news agency quoted Friday for official in the North oil Company as saying that Iraq plans to increase crude flows that are pumped through the pipeline that extends to Turkey to reach the normal average of 150 thousand barrels per day next week. 
it resumed under the Ministry of oil company before authorizing hours, pumping oil from the Kirkuk fields through the national pipeline . 
the pipeline runs from the Taq Taq oil field through Khormala to Fishkhabour on the border, as it is linked to the oil pipeline , President of Kirkuk - Ceyhan going to the Turkish port of Ceyhan. the 
company stopped using the pipeline in March because of the controversial points between Baghdad and Erbil, however , that this step is « the beginning of the task» to end the dilemmas between the parties, according to what he sees as observers. 
amid these developments, predicted competent in economic affairs Ahmed costly stabilization in crude oil prices in the world. 
he said that the international indicators expects stable oil prices above $ 60 a barrel, and this is a « first stages » the recovery of crude prices in the world. Crude oil prices have surged yesterday above $ 51 a barrel to reach the highest level in eight weeks and tend to rise for the seventh straight session amid hopes that the producers agree on measures to support prices so as to enhance investor sentiment.    
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Iraq, August 20, 2016 

Two recent reports point to the possibility of an imminent oil deal between Baghdad and Erbil over revenues and exports, following the breakdown of the fourth revenue and exports deal in early 2015.

 

In an interview with Kurdish publication Rudaw, KRG spokesman Safeen Dizayee (pictured) noted that there was a positive view of new Iraqi Minister of Oil Jabar Ali al Luaibi,

 

“We are ready for talks and express our gratitude towards the new oil minister. If there is a strong will in Baghdad for negotiations, of course we are ready to meet. But for us the issue is not personal, as we had the same problems with former oil minister Adil Abdul Mahdi, who was even a great friend of the Kurds.”

 

At the same time, Iraq Oil Report quoted un-named officials who said that Iraq’s North Oil Company were now pumping oil into Kurdish export infrastructure.

 

Such a deal may be welcome to both Baghdad and Erbil, who are straining to consolidate expenditure following the oil price collapses and facing domestic public unrest. But at the same time, Kurdish President Barzani is touting Kurdish independence, and the issue of independent Kurdish exports in Baghdad is extremely controversial for some politicians.

 

(iraq-businessnews)

 

http://iraqdailyjournal.com/story-z13753323

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Iraq, August 20, 2016 

Iraq has resumed pumping oil from fields operated by state-run North Oil Company (NOC) via a Kurdish pipeline to Turkey, a spokesman for the oil ministry in Baghdad said on Thursday.

 

About 70,000 barrels per day (bpd) are being pumped through the pipeline controlled by the Kurdistan regional authorities, spokesman Asim Jihad told Reuters, giving no further details.

 

Pumping stopped in March due to a dispute between the government in Baghdad and the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) over the control of Kurdish oil exports. 

 

The resumption of crude flows through the Kurdish pipeline should ease the financial burden on the Kurdish government that was hard hit by the collapse of oil prices two years ago.

 

Kurdish officials in February warned that the economic crisis could increase desertions from their Peshmerga fighters that battling Islamic State group which controls vast swathes of territory just west of their region.

 

The new oil minister in Baghdad, Jabar Ali al-Luaibi, expressed optimism on the day of his appointment on Monday that the problem with the Kurds could be resolved.

 

The KRG said on Wednesday it is ready to resume talks with the Iraqi government to reach a consensus on the issue of oil. KRG Spokesman Safeen Dizayee said he welcomed remarks from the new Iraqi minister of oil.

 

Kurdish forces took full control of the long-disputed Kirkuk and its oilfields in June 2014 after the Iraqi army’s northern divisions disintegrated in the face of Islamic State’s advance.

 

The Peshmerga and the Iraqi army have taken back territory from the militants in northern Iraq and are preparing the final onslaught on their capital Mosul, with the backing of a U.S.-led international coalition. Iranian-backed Iraqi Shi’ite militias are also fighting Islamic State near the Kirkuk fields.

 

Former oil minister Adel Abdul Mahdi in March demanded that the Kurds return to a previous oil agreement or sign a new agreement in order to resume pumping through their pipeline. 

 

The previous agreement provided for the KRG to transfer to Iraq’s central state oil marketing company 550,000 bpd produced in their region, in return for a 17 percent share in the federal budget. The Kurds stopped oil transfers to the government last year, at which point they also stopped receiving federal funds.

 

OPEC’s second-largest crude producer after Saudi Arabia, Iraq produces 4.6 million bpd, of which about 500,000 bpd from the Kurdish region and the rest from the oil-rich south.

 

In comments on Thursday, Luaibi said he would focus on increasing the nation’s oil and natural gas output and also develop its refining capacity in order to cut its fuel imports bill, the ministry said in a statement.

 

(ekurd)

 

http://iraqdailyjournal.com/story-z13753272

 

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Iraq, August 20, 2016 

Heightening speculation that a new, comprehensive deal may be reached between the Kurdish Regional Government (KRG) and Baghdad over oil exports and revenues, news has emerged that the federal North Oil Company (NOC) is allowing exports of Kirkuk crude via the Kurdish pipeline through Turkey.

 

This could add up to 150,000 bpd to Kurdish exports, although 70,000 bpd is currently going through the pipeline with plans to reach 100,000 bpd. Previously, the NOC had been re-injecting the oil rather than see the Kurds export it.

 

Over the summer of 2014, Kurdish Peshmerga forces occupied many of the oilfields in and around Kirkuk after Iraqi forces withdrew in the face of the Islamic State. Many in Baghdad see this as an illegal occupation of territory, but the federal North Oil Company still continues operations on some fields.

 

The new good will gesture could be a sign that a revenue and exports deal could again be on the table, and some have speculated a new deal may involve independently auditied quantities of Kurdish crude being sent to Iraq’s federal State Organization for the Marketing of Oil (SOMO) while the Kurdish equivelent (KOMO) would be allowed a quota of independent exports, with Baghdad transferring 17% of the budget (minus “sovereign expenses”) to Erbil.

 

(iraq-businessnews)

 

http://iraqdailyjournal.com/story-z13753306

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Iraq, August 20, 2016 

Iraq plans to double the volume of crude it pumps via a pipeline to Turkey to its normal rate of 150,000 barrels per day (bpd) next week, an official at state-run North Oil Company said on Friday.

 

The company, which reports to the oil ministry in Baghdad, on Thursday resumed pumping oil from fields it operates in Kirkuk via the pipeline, which is controlled by the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) in northern Iraq. 

 

The KRG-built pipeline runs from the Taq Taq oilfield via Khurmala to Fish Khabur on the border where it connects with the main Kirkuk-Ceyhan Oil Pipeline which runs to the Turkish port of Ceyhan.

 

The company stopped using the pipeline in March due to a dispute between Baghdad and the KRG over the control of Kurdish oil exports.

 

Pumping resumed after the new oil minister in Baghdad, Jabar Ali al-Luaibi, expressed optimism on the day of his appointment on Monday that the problem with the Kurds could be resolved.

 

Flows began at a rate of about 70,000 bpd on Thursday for testing purposes and will be increased gradually to reach the normal level of 150,000 bpd, the company official said. 

 

The pipeline carries crude to the Mediterranean port of Ceyhan, where the Kurds have been selling it independently on the international market, along with oil produced in their own, autonomous region.

 

Kurdish forces took control of long-disputed Kirkuk and its oilfields in June 2014 after the Iraqi army's northern divisions disintegrated in the face of Islamic State's advance.

 

(reuters)

http://iraqdailyjournal.com/story-z13753408

 

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14 minutes ago, SnowGlobe7 said:

Turkey? Please correct me  I thought Turkey was being taken over by Daesh?

No the military of Turkey attempted a coup in Turkey sometime over the last month, and failed epically. Then their fearless leader and Hobbit, Erdogan clamped down on everyone like Saddam or Hitler. Shot a lot of the Military after relieving them of duty, and vowed to establish a caliphate greater than the last Ottoman Empire inside Turkey and then the world. Leaving many to believe that no longer is Turkey a democracy of sorts in the M.E. Just the latest M.E. country to strong arm its country and flip off the world. IMHO, just another feather in the cap of Obama/Clinton for their failed M.E. policies and their utopian view of " if only we did things this way, all will be ok; and Trump is just a flushable butt wipe.

 

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An official at the state-run North Oil Company, said Iraq plans to double the amount of crude oil exported via the pipeline to Turkey's Kurdistan province line, for up to normal size by 150 thousand barrels this week. The company said Thursday in a report to the Ministry of Oil in Baghdad it had resumed pumping oil from its fields in Kirkuk pipeline across the Kurdistan Region Line to Turkey.

 

The Kurdistan Regional Government has girl transmission line from the Taq Taq field to the Khurmala Beach Habouran by reducing the link between the Kirkuk-Ceyhan main oil line which flows into the Turkish port of Ceyhan. The company had stopped using the line in March as a result of the dispute between Baghdad and the provincial government over control of the export of Kurdish oil.

 

But pumping had resumed after he crossed the new Minister of Oil in Baghdad government Jaber Laibi expressed optimism on Monday when his appointment. Where Laibi stressed that the problems between the province and Baghdad can be solved.

 

An official at the North Oil Company said pumping of oil has started at the rate of 70 thousand barrels on Thursday, for the purposes of examination and it will gradually increase to a normal level at 150 thousand barrels. And that the pipeline transported crude oil to the port of Ceyhan in the Mediterranean Sea, where it sells the Kurdistan Regional Government there to world markets independently, along with the sale of their oil from the source region.

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Baker oil field in Kirkuk
Baker oil field in Kirkuk

Roudao - Kirkuk 
resumed Iraqi oil ministry, pumping oil from the fields of Baba Karkar and baker in Kirkuk by Kurdistan Region, after a break of five months. He Roudao network media reporter, Hlkut Aziz, the Iraqi Oil Ministry, it has decided to resume the export of oil from thefields of Baba Gurgur the baker, officers of the North oil company and supervised by Baghdad, after a break of five months, according to the agreement between Erbil and Baghdad. He added that the suspension ofoil during the last period, significantly affected Kirkuk and the Kurdistan region, according to the agreement between the administration of Kirkuk and the Ministry of natural resources, get Kirkuk $ 10 million from the Kurdistan Regional Government. and oversees the Kurdistan Regional Government on the fields , Bai Hassan and Havana oilfields in Kirkuk and stressed the reporter that the Kurdistan region was continuing to export oil through the last period. the head of the Commission on oil and gas in the Kirkuk provincial council, Ahmed al- Askari, said network Roudao media, earlier, it was "because of the stop of Baghdad to export part of the oil from the Kirkuk province, the extraction is a day about 130 thousand barrels from the fields of Baba Karkar and the baker and traced to the ground." he said the military, "we are forced to extract oil from these fields, because of the need to provide oil mixed with gas, although we know that this is detrimental to the oil wells, and to prevent the problem of gas shortage occurs , we do it . " the Baghdad suspended oil exports from Kirkuk since 11.03.2016, at which time they are issued formerly in which about 150 thousand barrels of oil per day by the Kurdistan Regional abroad.

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1 hour ago, new york kevin said:

No the military of Turkey attempted a coup in Turkey sometime over the last month, and failed epically. Then their fearless leader and Hobbit, Erdogan clamped down on everyone like Saddam or Hitler. Shot a lot of the Military after relieving them of duty, and vowed to establish a caliphate greater than the last Ottoman Empire inside Turkey and then the world. Leaving many to believe that no longer is Turkey a democracy of sorts in the M.E. Just the latest M.E. country to strong arm its country and flip off the world. IMHO, just another feather in the cap of Obama/Clinton for their failed M.E. policies and their utopian view of " if only we did things this way, all will be ok; and Trump is just a flushable butt wipe.

 

To whoever negged me, whaaaaaaat, did I offend you by sharing my opinion about the results of our President and former Sec of State. So sorry Charlie. Oh lookie there someone already evened me out. Amazing.

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