Turkish Prime Minister Davutoglu meets with Iraqi Kurdish Regional Government PM Nechirvan Barzani in Ankara.
Kurdish regional government will keep sending oil to Baghdad despite not being paid its dues, prime minister of the regional government says.
The dispute between Erbil and Baghdad, fueled by independent Kurdish oil exports through Turkey, is on the way towards a solution as Erbil helps Baghdad sell Kirkuk oil
2014 budget not yet passed; damage to the Kirkuk-Ceyhan pipeline prevents daily transfer of 300,000 barrels of oil from Kirkuk
Kurdish Regional Government PM: government will export 250,000 barrels of oil per day from Erbil and 300,000 barrels in Kirkuk
UN decision previously ordered Iraqi government to pay $800 per family from petrol revenues per month
Turkey receives oil from northern Iraq via pipeline and loads it onto tankers at its southern city of Ceyhan to be exported.
Yildiz says $2 billion in oil exported so far; expresses concern for Russian gas import decline in Turkey.
Turkey stands as a guarantor for energy peace between Baghdad and Erbil, head of an international energy company says
Iraqi and Kurdish region leaders express 'optimism' for overcoming oil dispute between Baghdad and Erbil
Agreement between Kurdish Regional Government and Iraq represents keystone for stability, says Turkish Energy Minister
Analysts say agreement between Iraqi government and Kurdish region raises too many questions.
Iraq’s federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government have agreed to resolve the issues of budgetary cuts and oil exports.
Kurdish Regional Government's oil exports have increased by 60 percent since August, according to the government's ministry.
At least three Kurdish cargoes of 1 million barrels each have sailed from Ceyhan towards Asia in the past month
71-year-old former vice president Abdul-Mehdi does not have oil industry background, but may be conciliatory figure for Kurds
Baghdad urged the court to intervene by taking temporary control of the cargo until the dispute is resolved.
The sudden movement by the vessel comes after it apparently turned off its transponder and went dark on satellite systems for days before reappearing on Monday.
Baghdad has made clear it could file more legal challenges to regain control of the cargo if it comes ashore.
Days ago, the partially full Kamari tanker carrying Kurdish crude disappeared from satellite tracking north of Egypt's Sinai. It reappeared empty two days later near Israel
The United Kalavrvta tanker, carrying about $100 million worth of Kurdish crude, has been anchored in the Gulf of Mexico for weeks