Oil production is booming in Missan province, which now accounts for nearly one-tenth of Iraq's output.
The CEO of Iraq’s largest private-sector energy company discusses KAR Group's projects across northern Iraq.
A senior commander of Saraya al-Khorasani, a powerful militia in northern Iraq, denies accusations of sectarian cleansing against Sunnis and discusses training and support from Iran.
Around 150,000 bpd from Kirkuk is being pumped to Turkey for the first time in 10 months.
A Texas court has denied a KRG motion to dismiss, and will hear a full-blown trial on the fate of a 1 million barrel tanker of oil exported by Kurdistan.
Iraq's largest oil refinery remains offline with damage assessments incomplete, attacks continuing, and the government unable to control intake or outflow pipeline routes.
Iraq on track to end year on upward trend for oil exports, though phantom Kirkuk sales go unexplained.
Amidst complaints over unpaid land compensation, protesters have disrupted the Russian oil giant's development of a KRG exploration block.