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No win

18 Oct 2012 By Una Galani, Christopher Swann

The U.S. major may exit the country’s top field, and Baghdad could push Exxon and others out of deals with Kurdistan. The tangle undermines hopes that Iraq could supply half the expected increase in world crude demand by 2035. Falling short would cost Iraqis and raise oil prices.

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