After the September 25 referendum,
Baghdad and Ankara threatened to impose sanctions on Kurdistan,
including suspending pipeline exports and restricting banking
So far pipeline flows have continued uninterrupted.
London-listed Genel Energy and its partners received $10.39 million from
the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) for sales in July from the Taq
Taq oil field.
Norwegian oil and gas producer, DNO, also said it has received $39.5
million for sales from the Tawke field, in which Genel holds a 25% stake.
Genel and DNO have consistently received monthly
payments over the past two years from the KRG, which reimburses
producers for oil exports from the Turkish port, Ceyhan, via pipeline