Oil Exports Continue to Rebound

By John Lee.

Iraqi oil exports rose for a second consecutive month in May, according to a report from AFP.

Exports of crude oil averaged 2.58 million bpd last month, up from April's 2.50 million bpd, raising $8.68 billion in revenues.

All of the shipments were made from southern export terminals, following persistent attacks on the Kirkuk to Ceyhan pipeline.

(Source: AFP)

(West Qurna-2 picture by Essam al-Sudani)


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    […] told by those who have an agenda. In truth, just before the crisis, Iraq’s production was about 2.5 million barrels per day. But that’s not the real story […]