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    “There are no problems.” Determining the reasons for stopping the export of Kurdistan oil to Türkiye

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    “There are no problems.” Determining the reasons for stopping the export of Kurdistan oil to Türkiye Empty “There are no problems.” Determining the reasons for stopping the export of Kurdistan oil to Türkiye

    Post by Rocky Sun 25 Feb 2024, 5:20 am

    “There are no problems.” Determining the reasons for stopping the export of Kurdistan oil to Türkiye

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    Economy News - Baghdad
    Iraqi Oil Minister Hayan Abdul Ghani considered that Iraq remaining dependent on exporting oil through the Gulf is “an uncontrollable matter,” while outlining the reasons for stopping the export of Kurdistan oil via the Turkish Ceyhan pipeline.
    Abdul Ghani said: “The region is subject to conflicts, and exports may stop or be affected,” stressing that the Ministry of Oil is “very keen” to multiply export outlets.
    Abdul-Ghani denied that the halt of exports via the Ceyhan line through the Kurdistan region in the north of the country was due to “problems,” and attributed this to “matters related to international arbitration decisions due to the use of the system by Turkey unilaterally to export oil produced” by Kurdistan.
    He pointed out that negotiations are underway with the Kurdistan region "to resume production that was halted in light of the suspension of exports."
    Turkey stopped oil exports amounting to 450,000 barrels per day from northern Iraq via the Ceyhan line last March after the International Chamber of Commerce ordered Turkey to pay compensation to Baghdad for damage it suffered from the Kurdistan Regional Government’s export of oil without the permission of the federal government between 2014 and 2018.




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