Iraq’s oil ministry says oil exports increased in June by slightly over 2 percent compared to the previous month, according to the Washington Post.
Tuesday’s statement says last month oil exports averaged 2.273 million barrels per day (bpd) – up from the 2.225 bpd in May.
The sales yielded $7.173 billion with an achieved average price of $105.167 per barrel. May’s exports generated about $7.45 billion with an average price of about $108 a barrel.
The statement added that the oil was sold to 28 international oil companies
(Source: Washington Post)