Long-Presse / Baghdad
Detection news site economist, on Friday, rising OPEC production in the current month from his Iraqi production up, and among economists that the Iraqi production rate reached 3.9 million barrels per day, the highest after Saudi Arabia, said that this increase came after the addition of the province's oil facilities Kurdistan of Iraq's oil exports.
The site said the economic Bloomberg News in a report published today and seen by the (long-Presse), "The OPEC production increased for the month of January due to increased Iraqi production to record levels."
The Web site said that "based on statistics produced oil companies and economic analyzes, the OPEC production rose during the month of January at a rate of 483 000 barrels per day to up production this month to 30.905 million barrels per day resulting from increased production rates in Iraq, Saudi Arabia and Angola", indicating that the production rates continued to rise despite the drop in oil prices to their lowest levels since 2009 ".
The website quoted economist John Caldav competent powered Agen Capital Center for Finance in New York, as saying: "It is clear that there is a struggle for market share among OPEC members, and the Iraqi side feels that he has the right to the largest share of total production, and his position was very, very tough about downsizing."
According to the survey, which was conducted by the "Iraqi production rose at a rate of 200 000 barrels per day for up to 3.9 million barrels per day during this month, the highest production after Saudi Arabia," adding that "the production rate increased with the addition of the oil province of Kurdistan oil exports equipment, with decreased the price of Brent crude at a rate of four cents to $ 49.09 a barrel on the London Stock Exchange this morning. "
It is noteworthy that OPEC is currently producing 30 million barrels per day, almost, and that world oil prices have fallen from more than a hundred dollars a barrel mid last year, to less than the current $ 50, which led to a worsening economic difficulties producing countries, including Iraq.
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