UK independent Gulf Keystone (GK) has had to suspend 12,400 b/d production from the KRG’s Shaikan field at the request of “the competent authority” (apparently the KRG oil ministry). But GK still targets 20,000 b/d by the end of the year, the AIMS-listed company said on September 19. “The company, following dialogue with the competent authority, believes that production is to resume shortly,” GK, which has 75% of the...
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