Iraq exports about 102 million oil barrels in March

Oil Ministry logo.
Oil Ministry logo. File photo. 

( Baghdad – The Iraqi Oil Ministry announced on Wednesday, that the total oil exports in March reached about 102 million barrels with an average sale price of $28.4 per barrel.

The Oil Ministry spokesman Assem Jihad said in a statement received by, “The total exported quantities of crude oil in March reached 101.9 million barrels,” indicating that, “The crude quantities were exported from the southern ports and monounsaturated buoys, while the export was unattainable via the Turkish port of Ceyhan because of the region’s commitment to the oil agreement with the federal government.”

Jihad added, “The total revenues reached two billion and 894 million dollars, with an average sale price of $28.4 per barrel,” pointing out that, “The exported quantities had been loaded by 33 different international companies from the ports of Basra, Khor al-Amaya and buoys on the Arab Gulf.”

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