Kormor (also known as Khor Mor) is a liquids-rich non-associated gas field located in Kurdistan, northern Iraq. It was discovered in the early 1950s, but its full development didn't start until the award of a service style contract in 2007. The field is operated by Pearl Petroleum, and came onstream in October 2008. It was the first producing non-associated gas field in the region and has processing capacity of 325 mmcfd. It supplies two power stations in the region at Erbil and Bazian.