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The Kurdistan Regional Government can bring $100 million of crude ashore in Texas after a U.S. judge threw out a court order that would have required federal agents to seize and hold the cargo for the Iraqi Oil Ministry until a court there decided which government owns it.Miller ruled Monday that Iraq's national Oil Ministry lost control of the crude when the Kurdish government pumped it without authorization from oil fields in the northern part of the country.Miller threw out a seizure order issued July 28 by a Houston magistrate judge, who questioned U.S. jurisdiction in the matter while agreeing to store the cargo onshore at Iraq's expense as the debate continued in that nation's Supreme Court.
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