Iraqi Oil Exports to The U.S Declined Last Week

Baghdad, The US Energy Information Administration announced today, Saturday, that Iraqi oil exports to the United States of America have decreased to 88,000 barrels during the past week.

The administration stated in a report, that “the average US imports of crude oil during the past week from nine countries amounted to 5 million and 504 thousand barrels per day, up by 568 thousand barrels per day, compared to the previous week, which was at a rate of 4.936 million barrels.”

It added that “US imported crude oil from Iraq at a rate of 88 thousand barrels per day, down from the previous week, which amounted to 105 thousand barrels per day.”

It pointed out that “most of America’s oil imports during the past week came from Canada, at a rate of 3,666 million barrels per day, followed by Mexico, whose imports amounted to an average of 494 thousand barrels per day, followed by Saudi Arabia, whose imports amounted to 345 thousand barrels per day, then Brazil with an amount average of 291 thousand barrels per day. ”

It continued, “The amount of American imports of crude oil from Ecuador amounted to 247 thousand barrels per day, followed by Russia, whose imports amounted to 165 thousand barrels, followed by Colombia, whose imports amounted to 122 thousand barrels, then Nigeria, from which imports amounted to 86 thousand barrels only.”


Source: National Iraqi News Agency

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