Kurds Push For Energy Independence
The recent temporary agreement between Baghdad and the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) has come as a welcome relief to investors in Iraq’s Kurdish north. The deal, which allows for payments to compensate foreign oil companies for their investments, will enable them to expand capacity and give the KRG crucial breathing space.
The Kurds have announced they are building an independent crude export pipeline to Turkey and on...
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