Announced the Kurdistan Regional Government, on Wednesday, for the export of more than 562 000 barrels of oil per day to the Turkish port of Ceyhan during the month of April, and while confirming that percentage more than agreed with the central government, she noted that the storage in warehouses of the Kurdistan region in the port level Ceyhan was more than 1.182 million barrels, all delivered to the company SOMO.
Kurdistan Regional Government said in its monthly report to the process of export of crude oil to the Turkish port of Ceyhan, and received (range Press), a copy of it, he was "in the month of April were the Kurdistan Regional Government (16.878.985) barrels of crude oil an average (562.633) barrels per day through a tube Kurdistan to the Turkish port of directives ".
The report added that "the Kurdistan region issued fields (12.457.371) a barrel in the month of April with an average (415.246) barrels per day," noting that "the North oil fields were issued (4.421.614) barrels an average (144.387) barrels per day."
The report emphasized that "storage depots in the Kurdistan Regional Government in the Turkish port of Ceyhan was the level of (1.182.094) barrels are all handed over to SOMO's commitment as part of the Kurdistan Regional Government."
The report also pointed out that "According to the schedule the site in 23/01/2015, between the Minister of Natural Resources and the Minister of Oil was supposed to Kurdistan Regional Government issued in the month of April (468.000) barrels per day, delivered to the SOMO but the Kurdistan region issued during the month of April the largest proportion It agreed. "
The report stressed that "the Kurdistan Regional Government is on track to achieve compliance with the export of oil, according to the federal budget for 2015".
The Ministry of Finance in the government of Kurdistan region of Iraq announced on Wednesday (May 6, 2015), that the central government has sent the amount of 543 billion dinars for the account of the Kurdistan region, while confirming that the amount is transferred in exchange for oil exported from the region during the month of April.
The deputy head of the Iraqi Council of Representatives Aram Sheikh Mohammed, on April 30 announced, 2015, that the Kurdistan region is moving towards the implementation of the oil agreement between Baghdad and Erbil and fully, and with the federal government called for sending the region's share of the budget with the financial allocations for the Peshmerga forces, showed the British Consul in Erbil his country's readiness to help resolve the outstanding issues between Baghdad and Erbil.
The Iraqi Oil Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi confirmed, in the March 21, 2015, the continuation of the talks with the Kurdistan region on the oil agreement, and pointed out that the province intends to increase its exports and delivered mostly to the central government, had been expecting the arrival of Iraq's exports during the current month to three million barrels per day.
Agreed the central and Kurdistan governments in the (second from December 2014), the allocation of part of the federal allocations of Iraqi ground forces to the Peshmerga forces, and delivery of the Kurdistan Regional Government, 250 thousand barrels of oil per day in addition to the export of Iraq 300 thousand barrels per day of Kirkuk oil.
The agreement also included the granting trillion and 200 billion dinars for the Peshmerga forces and the allocation of a percentage of the budget of the Ministry of Defense them.
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