Erbil, Kurdistan – Iraq (mnr.krg.org) – The Kurdistan Regional Government’s Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) welcomes Deloitte’s completion of its first independent audit of the KRG’s oil sector....
Due to the current logistical and other circumstances affecting the Kurdistan Region, the KRG Ministry of Natural Resources has reluctantly decided that, at the present time, it cannot support the...
The Ministry of Natural Resources promotes an open door policy and welcomes new ideas and technologies.
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KOGHI was launched in September by Minister Hawrami at a meeting with the oil and gas companies operating in the Kurdistan Region.
The Kurdistan Region has set its eyes on two ambitious production goals: 1 million barrels of oil equivalent per day by 2015 and 2 million barrels of oil equivalent per day by 2019.
The government’s non-flaring policy has directed all available gas primarily to the generation of power, making the Kurdistan Region the highest holder of electricity supplies in all of Iraq.
Our rich and still untapped mineral resources can help diversify and bolster Iraq’s and the Kurdistan Region’s economy.
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As per KRG's agreement with the Iraqi government and under the 2015 Budget Law