Iraq’s oil operations remain stable in the face of rising tensions between Washington and Tehran, despite the U.S. State Department’s decision Wednesday to remove non-emergency personnel from Iraq. According to a broad range of industry and government officials — including international oil company executives, leaders of Iraq’s state-run oil companies, Iraqi military and intelligence officers, and western diplomats — there has been little reason to change their security assessment around the country’s key oil infrastructure, and business is proceeding as usual. This content is for registered users . Please login to continue. If you are not a registered user, you […]