Posted on Sunday 04 November 2018 02:59 PM

The Iraqi Kurdistan region announced on Sunday that its export of crude oil exported to the Turkish port of Ceyhan to 50 thousand barrels per day.
The Ministry of Natural Resources said in a press statement today that the increase will lead to the provision of more revenues that would help to reduce the debt of the region and help him to revive his economy. The ministry added that the production was increased in the field of oil Taoki by 50 thousand barrels per day, will contribute to bridge the shortage that occurred in the field of Tawke, which will raise the total oil exports to the region to 400 thousand barrels per day, while seeking to increase this percentage during the next year.
– (Petra)

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