The Ministry of Oil announced on Saturday the export of more than 108 million barrels during the month of January, noting that the average price per barrel amounted to 63.288 dollars.
The ministry spokesman Assem Jihad said in a statement that “the total quantities exported crude oil for the month of January from the oil fields in central and southern Iraq amounted to 108 million and 190 thousand and 68 barrels, with revenues of more than 6 billion and 847 million and 136 thousand dollars, while The statistics did not record exports from Kirkuk fields. ”
Jihad said that “the daily rate of exports amounted to 3 million and 490 thousand barrels,” noting that “the average price per barrel amounted to 63.288 dollars.”
Iraq exports crude oil currently from the southern ports in Basra after the cessation of northern exports as a result of the region’s non-compliance with the oil agreement with the federal government.