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Oil exports resumed from Iraq's Kurdish region after halting earlier Monday, a port agent said, highlighting uncertainty about pipeline shipments from OPEC's second-biggest producer.Kirkuk holds Iraq's oldest producing fields, while the KRG says the self-governed Kurdish region could hold 45 billion barrels of crude reserves, more than OPEC member Nigeria. Iraq pumps most of its 4.47 million barrels a day from southern oil fields, shipping it by sea from the Persian Gulf port of Basra.
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