OPEC's oil production fell in October, led by Iraq and Saudi Arabia
A Reuters survey showed the results published on Friday that the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries production (OPEC) came down in October compared with the previous month as lower production dominated Saudi Arabia and Iraq on the increase in the supply of African Member States of the Organization.
And it landed OPEC supply in October to 31.64 million bpd from 31.76 million bpd in revised September reading, according to the survey which was based on shipment data and information from sources in the oil companies and OPEC and advisers.
It is likely these figures are adjusted in the final reading due to stay one day the end of the month of October.
The total Saudi production volume of 10.1 million barrels a day to remain close to the highest level of 10.56 million barrels per day of production which Dchth in June.
rose ports of Iraq's major exports in the south for most of the month of October which hit a record high of 3.1 million barrels per day In the first 27 days of the month, but then it slowed down due to bad weather, which led to some delays in shipments, according to shipping.
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