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Dana Gas wins key ruling in Kurdistan row

Dana Gas, one of the largest oil and gas investors in Iraq's semi-autonomous Kurdish region, said on Sunday that it had obtained a favourable ruling from a London arbitration tribunal in its dispute with Kurdistan authorities.

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Kurdistan ramps up independent oil sales

Iraq's semi-autonomous Kurdistan region has ramped up independent oil sales since mid-June while cutting allocations to Iraq's state oil firm Somo in an escalating dispute over export rights and budget payments.  

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Cristal Hotels doubles up in Erbil

Construction has commenced for Cristal Grand Erbil Hotel, the second hotel to be operated by the group in the Kurdistan city, and its third in Iraq. The five-star flagship property will feature 160 rooms and suites when it opens in 2017

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Kurdistan stops oil transfers to Iraq's Somo

Iraq's semi-autonomous region of Kurdistan is shipping oil to the Turkish port of Ceyhan but has stopped transferring crude to Iraqi state oil firm Somo, two shipping sources told Reuters.   The susp

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Turkey targets Iraqi oil flows rise to over 1 mbpd: Minister

Oil flows through Iraqi Kurdistan's pipeline carrying Kirkuk and Kurdish oil to Turkey's Mediterranean coast have risen to 650,000 barrels per day (bpd) and are targeted to exceed one million bpd (mbpd), Turkish Energy Minister Taner Y

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Afren may consider exiting Iraqi Kurdistan: CEO

Afren will consider exiting the Kurdistan region in Iraq and focus on oilfields in Nigeria as it embarks on a restructuring programme, chief executive Alan Linn said.   The company has floundered under a series o

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Gulf Keystone ex-chairman says was forced out, tried to lure Exxon

The former head of oil company Gulf Keystone said he was talking to several parties, including ExxonMobil, about a rescue for the firm before being forced to quit under pressure from an investor.   Gulf Keystone,

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Kurdish oil deal with Baghdad unravels as tensions rise

A four-month-old oil deal between Iraq and the semi-autonomous Kurdistan region is close to unravelling after payments from Baghdad dried up, prompting Arbil to threaten to sue buyers and ramp up independent oil exports.  

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Kurdish oil deal with Baghdad unravels as tensions rise

A four-month-old oil deal between Iraq and the semi-autonomous Kurdistan region is close to unravelling after payments from Baghdad dried up, prompting Arbil to threaten to sue buyers and ramp up independent oil exports.  

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Iraqi forces push into Tikrit, bombers hit Ramadi

Iraqi security forces and militias fought their way into Saddam Hussein's home city of Tikrit on Wednesday, advancing on two fronts in their biggest counter-offensive so far against Islamic State militants. In a possible respo

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