NEW YORK, (Reuters) - Iraqi oil exports were steady at 2.06 million barrels per day (bpd) in the week to May 4, the United Nations said Tuesday, May 8.
This brings the four-week average for Iraqi crude exports in the U.N.-administered oil-for-food program to 2.19 million bpd.
For the week, there were five tankers loaded at Mina al-Bakr, Iraq for a total of 8.5 million barrels, and four tankers with 5.9 million barrels loaded at Ceyhan, Turkey.
The average price for Iraqi crude sold in the week was $22.92 a barrel, or about 25.76 euros per barrel, the U.N. said.
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