Kurdish lawmaker reveals the amount of oil exported from Kurdistan through 2015

12/24/2015 12:13 GMT

Follow-up - and babysit - MP from the Commission on oil and energy parliamentary Kaveh Mohammad, Thursday, for the amount of oil exported from the region during 2015, to the port of Ceyhan, directly or through the delivery of oil to SOMO.

Mohammed said the "Source quantities of oil by the Kurdistan to the Turkish port of Ceyhan on the first of January this year, up to December 21 th, and directly reached 186,454,732 barrels of oil, at a rate of 527.327 barrels per day," explaining that "the money of these exports went directly to the region. "

He said Mohammed that "crude oil, which was handed over to the Iraqi Oil Marketing Company (SOMO) of January first of this year, until December 21 th, amounted to 57,679,800 barrels, an average of 159.287 barrels per day."

The province announced in July to stop the oil for delivery to the Sumo, and begin to export oil away from the center via the Ceyhan after he claimed that the federal government did not comply with it in the fulfillment of its financial obligations.