Kurdish Oil Minister Says Pipeline Exports to Reach 250,000 B/D

Iraq’s Kurdistan region will export 250,000 barrels a day next year by pipeline after an agreement with the central government allowed shipments to resume this month.

The flow is about 100,000 barrels a day now and will reach 200,000 barrels a day next month, Ashti Hawrami, natural resources ministers in the Kurdistan Regional Government, said at a conference in London today.

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