Iraq exported 14.6million barrels of crude oil in the week ended April 27. This marked an average of 2.09 million barrels per day, down from the previous week's exports of 14.9 million barrels, or 2.13 million bpd.
During the same week, there were 11 crude oil shipments, which raised an estimated EUR354 million. Six of the shipments were at the Persian Gulf port of Mina-al Bakr, comprising of 8.5 million barrels, while the other four were at Turkey's port of Ceyhan, comprising of 6.1 million barrels, reports Baghdad News.
Iraq has exported a total of 210 million barrels of its crude for EUR4.6 billion in estimated revenue since the outset of the current phase of the U.N. resolution imposed on Iraq. ($1=1.12 EUR) — (Albawaba.com)
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