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Lukoil has confirmed Eridu field geological model
Lukoil has successfully completed testing of the fourth well as part of Eridu field (Block 10) appraisal phase in the south of Iraq.
Halliburton secures drilling contract from Eni Iraq
Halliburton Company has announced it has signed two contracts with Eni Iraq BV (Eni) to provide integrated drilling services at Eni’s Zubair oil field in Southern Iraq.
OPEC is in 'whatever it takes' moment to prop up oil prices
OPEC hasn’t even started implementing its new six-month agreement to cut output, and already members responsible for most of the reductions have pledged to extend or even deepen it.
Dana Gas, Crescent Petroleum report 30% increase in gas output in Kurdistan
Dana Gas, alongside its partner Crescent Petroleum, has announced achievement of a 30% increase in production capacity at Khor Mor field in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq, which the companies jointly operate on behalf of Pearl Petroleum.
OPEC, allies move closer to oil cuts as bear market adds urgency
OPEC and its allies started laying the groundwork to cut oil supply in 2019, reversing an almost year-long expansion, with Saudi Arabia reasserting its role as swing producer by announcing fewer shipments from next month.
Iraq to boost oil sales to China by 60%
Iraq aims to supply China with 60% more crude next year, according to the head of the state-run Oil Marketing Co.
Iraq's Kurds add pipeline capacity to export Kirkuk oil
Iraq’s semi-autonomous Kurds upgraded their oil export pipeline to accommodate future production from their region and from the contested Kirkuk area controlled by Baghdad.
Iraq's new oil minister pledges to pump more oil
Iraq will increase oil output and work with other OPEC nations to assure “fair” prices for buyers and producers, according to the nation’s new Oil Minister Thamir Ghadhban.
The world's fourth-biggest oil producer can't keep the lights on
Iraq is fast becoming a global oil powerhouse, gaining stature in OPEC after it surpassed Canada this year as the world’s fourth-biggest producer. But the war-ravaged country has little to show for its feat.
U.S. persuades Iraq to quash Siemens power deal in favor of GE
The Trump administration intervened to quash a $15 billion deal for Siemens Corp. to develop power stations in Iraq, instead persuading Baghdad to sign an agreement with General Electric Co., two administration officials said.
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