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Iraqi Crude Oil Exports Fell To 3.288mbpd In April


Iraq’s crude oil exports stood at a total of 98.634mn barrels, or 3.288mbpd, in April according to the oil ministry.

  • Crude oil exports in March stood at 3.534mbpd and at 3.738mbpd in February according to the Iraqi Oil Report.
  • Exports from the Iraq’s northern fields in the Kurdistan region are yet to restart, taking around 450kbpd of crude oil off the market.
  • As part of the voluntary output cuts by several OPEC+ members, Iraq is planning to adjust production lower by 211kbpd starting 1 May.

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