The region is prescribed extended line to export gas from Kirkuk to Turkey

According to a source of oil, that the Kurdistan region began in the D line to export natural gas from a gas field in the province of Kirkuk to the Turkish territory.
He stressed that, technical and engineering teams began extended transmission line extends from the gas field near the Bai Hassan actually spend molasses northwest of Kirkuk, which impose control over the territory since it Daash control over large areas of Iraq in June 2014.
He explained that, the field produced more than 180 thousand barrels per day was linked to the pipe network stretching from Khurmal through Kurdistan to Turkey.
He added that the technical teams began extending parallel to the oil pipe line to transport the gas to the world markets via Turkey and filling a need gas extracted from Turkey, noting that the process may take several months to complete.
This comes under the Turkish crisis with Russia, Turkey and the growing need for alternatives to Russian gas in the event of his absence in the future.
He pointed to the Committee on Energy in the Kirkuk Provincial Council member Najat Hussein that Kirkuk demanded a share two dollars for every cubic meter producer of gas and there are negotiations between Kirkuk and the Kurdistan region to ensure their share of the petro-dollar under a severe financial crisis, non-financial benefits of Kirkuk Exchange.
The economic security adviser in the Kurdistan region Bioar Khansa, announced on 11 December last, the KRG plans to export natural gas to Turkey by the end of 2016.
He said Hnsin in a press statement that "the Kurdistan regional government plans to export natural gas to Turkey by the end of next year 2016," noting that "the region about 10 billion cubic meters of gas per day will be issued to Europe through Turkey, could raise production to 20 billion cubic meters by 2020 ".
He said the "undiscovered natural gas in the region of 45 billion cubic meters", pointing out that "according to the estimates of natural gas reserves in the region of about 5.7 trillion cubic meters," .