By John Lee.
Baghdad has reached an agreement with Kurdish authorities to resume exports from the Kirkuk oilfields, via the Turkish port of Ceyhan (pictured).
In a statement on Friday, the Ministry of Oil said between 50,000 and 100,000 barrels per day would be exported through the pipeline on behalf of the Baghdad-controlled State Oil Marketing Organization (SOMO).
S&P Global Platts says SOMO has not exported any crude oil from Ceyhan since June 2017.
(Sources: Ministry of Oil, S&P Global Platts)