International oil companies (IOCs) are expecting to help Iraq achieve modest production gains in the next year – a sign that the oil sector is weathering a series of interlocking security, financial and political crises.”Everyone across the board is adding something: 20,000 bpd here, 30,000 bpd there,” said one oil executive working in Iraq. “We will sustain production and still [see] small increases by the end of the year.”IOC executives and Iraqi oil officials remain concerned for the … This content is for registered users. Please login to continue. […]