Iraqi crude oil exports reached 3.5 million barrels per day (Mmbpd) in November, or a complete of 105.14 million barrels, the nation’s oil ministry stated Monday.
The preliminary knowledge supplied by the state advertising and marketing firm, SOMO, reveals exports yielded $6.eight billion in income. The typical crude worth realized by the nation final month was $59.82 a barrel, in contrast with $52.27/Bbl in October, when exports totaled 3.44 Mmbpd, Kallanish Power studies.
Ministry spokesman Assem Jihad stated exports from central and southern oilfields accounted for 3.Four Mmbpd of complete shipments, with some 79,000 Bpd from the northern province of Kirkuk exported by way of the Turkish port of Ceyhan, 10,000 Bpd from the Al-Qayara discipline within the northern province of Nineveh, and 11,000 Bpd exported to Jordan by way of truck tankers.
No official output knowledge has but to be launched.
Iraq informed Opec it produced 4.56 Mmbpd in October, however secondary sources estimated output of 4.69 Mmbpd.