Oil: rising exports and revenues last April to more than three billion dollars

2016/5/25 13:54

[Where - Baghdad]

The Oil Ministry announced a rise in exports and revenues last April to more than three billion dollars.

The official spokesman for the Oil Ministry, Assem Jihad, said in a statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, "according to the final statistics released by the Iraqi oil marketing company SOMO, which amounted to 100.9 million barrels [hundred million nine hundred thousand barrels, total revenues amounted to 3368 billion dollars [three billion, three hundred and sixty-eight million dollars]. "

"The total volume of oil exports for the month of April from the southern ports, amounted to, 100.9 million barrels, while revenue generated amounted to 3 billion and 368 million dollars."

The Jihad that "the total exported quantities referred to are from Central and South fields produce was exported through the southern ports, while not issued from the northern port [port of Ceyhan across the Iraqi oil marketing company SOMO] because of the province's commitment to the oil agreement with the federal government."

He pointed out that "the price of a barrel average of $ 33,380."

"The quantities exported uploaded by 35 international companies from various nationalities from the ports of Basra and Khor al-Amaya and buoys unilateralism on the Arabian Gulf."
The statement noted that "the ministry and through faith in the people briefed on the export operations and revenue generated from the monthly taken this action."