The Iraqi Oil Ministry said on Friday that Iraq's oil exports to Jordan have reached a post-invasion peak of 12,000 barrels per day.
Assem Jihad, the ministry spokesman, told AKnews that the Oil Ministry is seeking to increase its oil trade with Jordan in line with the size and economic importance of Amman in the region.
The Oil Ministry announced that Iraqi's oil exports to world markets reached 1.893 million barrels per day in October.
"Most of the oil is transferred from Baiji to the Jordanian border in large tanker and the exporting process is accompanied by highly coordinated procedures between the two countries ... The ministry seeks to increase the coopertaion between the neighboring countries and the economically important ones to end the restrictions regardless the political differences that always affect the economic system in the country."