Spurred by perceived breaches of the 2019 budget law, MPs are targetting a swath of compromises and commercial deals aimed at bridging political gaps and increasing fuel and power supply to northern Iraq.
Exports dipped slightly in June, but strong global prices have helped Iraq meet its budget projections for oil sales so far this year.
As Iraq pursues energy independence, the country's oil chief is streamlining the bureaucracy, crafting new investment incentives, and preparing to award mega-projects.
Iraq's largest state oil company is expanding production capacity and building new infrastructure as it waits out an OPEC quota.
To recover from a devastating war, Iraq’s second-largest city needs a massive mobilization of resources and coherent planning and organization – but it’s getting neither.
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