Arbil Feb. 5 (PNA) - A shipping source said that oil exports from the ports of Basra in southern Iraq rose to 888 thousand barrels per day on Saturday after bad weather caused the decline of exports on Friday.
The source, who asked not to be named "winds around the ports of Basra still prevent the ship from docking."
The wind was cut crude exports to 480 thousand barrels per day on Friday, from 1.728 million barrels per day on average on Thursday. Experiencing exports from Basra - Iraq's oil industry - many ups and downs due to weather or technical problems.
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