Baghdad/ Iraq TradeLink: Iraqi Oil Ministry announced that the total exports for January, 2017
eached more than 102 million barrels, pointing that February , 2017 figures were more than 91 million barrels.
In a statement, the ministry added that the revenues for these two months reached more than 9 billion dollars.
Spokesman Asim Jihad said that January exports reached to 102.939.163 barrels, with revenues reached to 5.002.329.224 dollars.
He added that the average daily exports reached to 3.320.618 barrels, pointing that mid and southern oil fields exported 101.539.581 barrels.
Kirkuk oil exports for January reached 1.399.852 barrels, where the selling price reached to 48.59 dollars per barrel.
On February exports, Jihad pointed that the exported quantities reached to 91.558.868 barrels with revenues that reached to 4.167.102.00 dollars, with an average daily exports that reached to 3.269.960 barrels.
The mid and southern oil fields' exports reached to 90.730.734 barrels, where each barrel was sold for 49.30 dollars, Jihad concluded.
Source: Iraq TradeLink