Internal disputes spilled into public view as Oil Minister Thamir Ghadhban took disciplinary action against one of his deputy ministers and his security chief.
The architect of Kurdistan’s oil autonomy, Ashti Hawrami appears likely to continue as minister during the government's leadership transition.
Katyusha rocket attacks hit facilities housing international oil companies, including Exxon, which had recently ordered foreign staff to return to Basra.
Iraq's largest refinery is set to expand by over 30 percent this year.
After spearheading a major new survey of Iraq’s energy sector, the IEA’s executive director previews his key insights and policy recommendations.
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