According to the newspaper, the ISIL currently controls only the Qayara oil field outside Mosul.
The oil field has the output capacity of 2,000 barrels per day, which amounts to around 5 percent of the total oil production, previously available to the ISIL.
The daily also said that satellite images, obtained by the German Intelligence Service, showed that the militants had set fire to two oil fields near Tikrit.
Last week, the Iraqi security forces liberated Tikrit that had been under the ISIL control since June 2014.
Source: Sputnik News