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Iraq achieves the highest daily export rate in decades in November

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Oil Ministry announced ,, Tuesday that Iraq has achieved the highest daily export rate through November of last month did not materialize for decades, bringing to more than 3.3 million barrels per day, noting that the income earned from these exports amounted to more than $ 3.5 billion, while confirming the lack being able to export through Ceyhan due to lack of commitment by the provincial agreement
oil., said ministry spokesman Assem Jihad, in an interview, said that "preliminary statistical issued by the Iraqi oil marketing company SOMO exporting quantities of crude oil for the month of November last seen a big increase not seen in Iraq for decades "explaining that" the average daily oil exports for the month of November amounted to 3,000,365 thousand barrels.
"He said Jihad, that" the total exported crude oil volumes for the same month amounted to 100 945 867 barrels, "noting that" financial income from this exports amounted to 3 billion and 676 000 413 thousand dollars, while the average price per barrel of $ 36 and $ 420 reached.
"Jihad said that" Iraq has been unable to export from the northern port via the Turkish port of Ceyhan because of the Kurdistan region's commitment to the agreement the oil, resulting in the loss Iraq to the rate of export of 550 000 barrels per day.
"He said Jihad that" the amounts above have been downloaded by the international oil companies that carry different nationalities from the ports of Basra and Khor al-Amaya and buoys unilateralism on the Arabian Gulf.
"The Oil Ministry announced on the first of November last , a decrease in the exported quantities of crude oil for the month of September to 84 million barrels, attributed that to bad weather and lack of the province's commitment to deliver the quota within the oil agreement with the center.




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