Tanker drivers stopped working over months of payment delays, endangering Gulf Keystone's 40,000 bpd of exports.
Private-sector leaders and government officials in Erbil, Baghdad and Kirkuk are negotiating a plan that would unlock oil production currently tied up in political disputes.
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The commander of a Sunni tribal fighting force discusses the grinding campaign to drive IS out of villages between Makhmour and Mosul.
On the sidelines of an OPEC meeting, Nema talks about the steps Iraq is taking to overcome challenges and hit ambitious production targets.
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