WorldOil Gazprom Neft undertakes its largest-ever maritime oil shipment Gazprom Neft Badra, operator of Badra field, Iraq, has undertaken the largest-ever maritime shipment of oil for export in the company’s history, with 1.78 MMbbl of hydrocarbons being despatched for the United States in the New Solution crude oil tanker. Gas Plus Khalakan provides operational update on Shewashan field in Iraq Gas Plus Khalakan (GPK), the operator of the Shewashan oil field in the Kurdistan region of Iraq, is pleased to provide an update on the operations and activity that has been delivered to further develop the Shewashan oil field. Rosneft to finalize pipeline project in Iraqi Kurdistan Rosneft has completed its due diligence on infrastructure of the export oil pipeline in Iraqi Kurdistan (KROP) and will shortly finalize the legally binding documents on oil pipeline project under the Investment Agreement signed at St. Petersburg International Economic Forum in June 2017. DNO joins ExxonMobil on Baeshiqa license in Kurdistan region of Iraq DNO ASA, the Norwegian oil and gas operator, today announced an agreement with ExxonMobil to join the Baeshiqa license in the Kurdistan region of Iraq. Iraq says it's gone deeper than pledged OPEC production cut Iraq said it has gone deeper than its pledged oil-output cut, potentially ending a seven-month period in which OPEC saw the nation falling short of its agreed curbs. Iraqi Kurds reach settlement with Dana Gas' Pearl venture Iraq’s semi-autonomous Kurdish region reached a financial settlement with Dana Gas PJSC and its partners over delays at a natural gas project. Iraq braves break with tradition to get oil's true worth OPEC’s second-largest producer is stepping up the campaign to get more for its oil by looking to revamp the way it sells crude to its biggest customers. DNO increases Tawke stake, announces settlement of Kurdistan receivables DNO ASA, the Norwegian oil and gas operator, has been assigned the 20% interest in the Tawke license held by the Kurdistan Regional Government as part of a landmark settlement of outstanding receivables owed to the Company for past crude oil deliveries. Iraq, UAE, Kazakhstan affirm commitment to output cuts, OPEC says OPEC said Iraq, the United Arab Emirates and Kazakhstan -- who have lagged in their implementation of a deal to cut production -- affirmed their commitment to the accord at a meeting in Abu Dhabi. Iraq's Kirkuk province spurns plan to ship oil to Iran Iraq’s northern province of Kirkuk refuses to cooperate with any plans to ship its oil to neighboring Iran because the central government didn’t consult with it on the matter, Kirkuk provincial officials said.