Height of Iraq’s oil exports for the month of July



One of Iraq’s oil export ports


Author: AT, HAA
Editor: the AT 21.7.2016 19:11 Number ofViews: 6



Long-Presse / Baghdad

Detecting oil commercial source, on Thursday, a rise of Iraq’s oil exports rate, during the 20th day of the month of July present compared to what was exported during last June, indicating that the loading docks in the port of Basra recorded until now exported 3.28 million barrels per day.

The agency said Rotarz, in a news item published, and I followed (the long-Presse), said that “a trade source oil detection height of Iraq’s oil exports during the 20 days of the current month of July, following a drop in production rates during the past two months.”

The source added that “loading docks in the port of Basra registered until now in the month of July, the export of 3.28 million barrels daily,” pointing out that “Iraq’s oil exports for the month of June stood at 3.18 million barrels a rate.”

The source noted, that “the increase in production rates are not affected by the interruption of two berths in the port of Basra for download for two days, as a result of a leak in one of the oil pipeline shipping.”

The agency American specialized energy affairs, suggested in the (11 July 2016), Iraq’s oil exports declined in July present to the “lowest rate” her 2016 th, attributed to the export-stop for up to three days as a result of leakage from a pipeline pumping at loading ports in Basra.

It is said that the Ministry of Oil, announced in (the first of July present), exporting to more than 95 million barrels of oil during June 2016, from Central and South fields, stressing the high fiscal revenue earned during that month compared Bayar, while a source at the South Oil Company , lower crude exports from the southern port rate in the same month, attributing this to the high demand and domestic consumption rate.


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