Oil pipelines between Iraq and Turkey. From the site: The new pipeline's (blue) route is unknown, but previous maps indicated it might start in the Taq Taq or Kurdamir licenses. Media articles reported that it would bypass the Baghdad-controlled metering station (yellow) and then connect to the Kirkuk-Ceyhan pipeline (red).
How Iran could get carte blanche in the Middle East — without a nuclear weapon
A cyber attack earlier this month highlighted the vulnerability of the Saudi oil industry, on which so much of the world depends. A recent simulation showed that a full-scale terror attack at Abqaiq, where Saudi Arabia processes six million barrels of oil a day, would hugely bolster Iran and bring economic ruin to parts of the world