KRG keeps producers waiting for pay

The final welded section of the KRG's Khurmala - Feyshkabour pipeline lies by trenching immediately south of oil storage tanks at DNO International's pumping station, 3km from the Turkey border, in November 2013. (PATRICK OSGOOD/Iraq Oil Report)
The autonomous Kurdistan region is struggling to keep its promises to IOCs, owing two months of payments to most oil producers in the region.
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