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Iraq's Oil Crude Exports Decrease of Nearly 4.8% In Jan.

February 20, 2014



Baghdad, February 20 (QNA) - Iraq's crude exports have averaged 2.229 million barrels a day in January, a decrease of nearly 4.8 percent from the previous month, Iraq'sOil Ministry said in a statement posted on its website Wednesday afternoon.

The ministry also said last month's revenues stood at $7.074 billion, based on an average price of $102.373 per barrel.

December's oil exports averaged 2.341 million barrels a day, bringing that month's revenues to $7.470 billion, based on an average price of $102.893 per barrel.

The statement quoted the oil minister as blaming bad weather and sabotage attacks for the dip in exports.(QNA)


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Source: Qatar News Agency


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