Kurds in northern Iraq sell crude cargoes for $100 million, 9% below alternative oil

The government of the Kurdish region of Iraq and the government in Baghdad have been locked in a battle in recent weeks over shipments of crude produced from that quasi-independent area.

This map and the accompanying story from Platts Oilgram News lay out the issues in the dispute and where that oil is sitting in the region.

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  1. Michael at June 27, 2014 5:00 pm

    I ‘am a Christian, and Pray every day for the Kurds, I believe you deserve a Kurdistan. As for the rest of Iraq, how can they fight each other, and both clam to do the will of God. Does God Fight God NO

     
    • MIkejp at July 6, 2014 2:00 pm

      I too support Kurdistan.

       

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