Oil flows from the Kurdistan region of Iraq increased last month to their highest level since the crisis in relations with the central government in Baghdad negatively affected supplies, but the total volume is still about half of the normal level of exports.
The oil source said that oil flows increased to about 270 thousand barrels per day on Wednesday and Thursday from the rate of between 200 thousand and 230 thousand barrels per day recorded during the last month. Before the crisis, flows were usually about 600,000 barrels a day.
The source added that it is “an increase in the pumping of technical factors, the total flows are still well below the normal level.”

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