The head of one of the most strategically valuable investors in Iraqi Kurdistan's oil sector talks production plans and pipeline tie-ins.
The U.S. government’s top energy diplomat discusses American efforts to help Iraq rise to the top of the global oil industry.
The prime minister's energy czar talks about production, flaring reduction, refining targets and the ongoing dispute between Baghdad and the KRG.
IOR talks to Ali Hama Salih, Kurdistan’s popular MP, and a rising star in the opposition Gorran party.
Iraq's top energy official discusses ExxonMobil, the KRG budget proposal, the status of fighting in Anbar and more.
Top Maliki confidante gives his candid take on Iraq's political landscape, oil disputes and security crisis as national elections loom.
With a dispute over Basra's 2014 budget allocation looming, the governor of Iraq's oil capital is threatening to launch protests and even shut in oil exports.
The chairman of the Kirkuk Provincial Council's energy committee discusses the backstory and opposition to the BP deal, and a potential agreement with CNPC.
The leader of Iraq's efforts to capture and process natural gas in Basra, Ali Khudhier discusses the interlocking projects required to eliminate flaring.
A chief adviser to PM Maliki speaks about the civil war in Syria and worsening relations with Turkey, and blames the Iraqi Speaker of Parliament for domestic political gridlock.
The leader of Iraq's push for oil sector transparency discusses Iraq's latest EITI report, as well as the challenges of integrating Kurdistan into the process.
The former national security adviser to President Obama calls for a U.S. policy shift that would embrace Iraqi Kurdistan's oil deals.