The Kurdistan Regional Government has made the third consecutive payment to companies producing in the region this month.
Gulf Keystone, Genel Energy and DNO ASA produced a combined 300,000 barrels a day.
According to regulatory findings, the trio are owed $1.7billion for past exports.
The payments come after an eight month stall due to historic disagreements with Iraq’s central government about how the region should support its oil output.
The latest payment is expected to total to $75million.
KRG’s prime minister and oil minister are due to speak at an investor conference in London on today.
Kurdistan is responsible for 22% of Iraq’s output, exporting 595,528 barrels a day last month.