Baghdad stopped oil exports through Kurdistan 11-2
Baghdad stopped oil exports through Kurdistan
Iraqi Oil Ministry announced the suspension of its oil exports through the Turkish port of Ceyhan once and for all, the lack of the Kurdistan Regional Government's commitment to the oil agreement signed with Baghdad.
He said ministry spokesman Assem Jihad, "Radio Sawa" The oil deal with the Kurdistan region provides for the export of 550 thousand barrels per day, but the government evacuated the Erbil Agreement.
Jihad confirmed that oil exports were limited to southern ports, pointing out that the total oil exports reached nearly 83.00093 million bpd and has achieved financial revenues exceed three billion and 320 million dinars.
A spokesman for the Oil Ministry and added that the ministry teams are currently assessing the situation in the Baiji refinery, which recently restored Iraqi forces control of the organization of the Islamic state Daash.