Oil exports to rise to more than 96 million barrels for the month of July

Follow-up - and babysit - The Oil Ministry announced, for the rise in exported quantities of crude oil for the month of July to more than 96 million barrels, pointing out that the income earned rate of nearly five billion dollars.
He said ministry spokesman Assem Jihad, in a press statement on Saturday that "preliminary statistical issued by the Iraqi Oil Marketing Company" Sumo "Exporting quantities of crude oil for the month of July, rose for the month of June in spite of the stops and reduced oil exports through the Turkish port of Ceyhan to record levels. "

He said Jihad said the "total quantities exported for the month of July amounted to 96.245 million barrels compared to last June that oil exports which amounted to 95 million barrels," noting that "the revenue generated amounted to four billion and 908 million dollars, while the average price per barrel was reached 50 996 dollars and cents. "

"The quantities exported from the southern port of Basra amounted to 94.982 million barrels a rate of three million and 64 000 barrels per day, while exports reached across North million ports and 263 thousand barrels," pointing out that "the amounts above have been downloaded by the international oil companies which carry different nationalities from the ports of Basra and Khor al-Amaya and buoys unilateralism on the Arabian Gulf and the Turkish port of Ceyhan. "

Jihad said that "the ministry hopes to reach unprecedented levels in oil exports for the month of July if the rate of the region committed to the export of the quantities that were agreed upon within the 2015 budget, amounting to 550 000 barrels."