High Kurdistan's oil exports via Turkey after an agreement with Baghdad

Twilight News / crude oil exports from the Kurdistan Region rose through the Turkish port of Ceyhan in the wake of an agreement with the federal government in Baghdad to share some rough sales revenues.
According to what reported by Reuters what it called an informed source, the exports rose to about 650 thousand barrels per day from its lowest level in five months recorded in August at a little over 400 thousand barrels per day. It includes exports of 130 thousand barrels per day of Kirkuk. Government of the Territory with Baghdad last month and agreed to resume the export of Kurdish Kirkuk crude through the pipeline, which was shut since March that the shipments are shared equally between the federal government and Erbil. And it began the Iraqi Oil Marketing Company (SOMO) government is already in the market share of Kirkuk crude, which is exported.