Kurdistan’s Operators Start Shutting In Production

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Iraqi Kurdistan’s biggest foreign operator DNO said Wednesday that it had begun shutting in some 107,000 barrels per day of production at its oil fields, in the clearest sign yet of the fallout for the semiautonomous region from Turkey’s decision to halt crude exports after an arbitration ruling in Iraq’s favor.

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