Iraqi Oil Exports for September Elevates to 2, 6 Million Barrels per Day

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The ministry of oil of Iraq declared that the daily oil exports for September 2012 rose to 2, 6 million barrels with 8, 4 billion dollars outcome with a rate of 30 days in comparison to august which was 2,564 million barrels and their achieved outcomes which was 8,445 billion dollars with a rate of 31 days.

The spokesman of the oil ministry Mr. Assim Jihad, said that the exported oil quantities for the previous September was, (2, 180) million barrels for Basra. And (410) thousand barrels for Karkuk, while the exports through Jordan were 10 thousand barrels. And the spokesman of the oil ministry said that the oil price was (107) for the barrel.

At the same time, Mr. Jihad said that the above quantities was shipped by different identities international companies to the ports of Basra and Khor Al-Amia on the Arab gulf and to the Turkish Ceyhan port on the Mediterranean and by the tanker trucks to Jordan.

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