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Iraq plans to increase Basra crude exports to 3.171 million barrels per day
Direction Press / Agencies
Two sources said the trade in petroleum, Tuesday, that Iraq's second-largest oil producer in OPEC plans to increase crude exports from the southern port of Basra to 3.171 million barrels per day in April, up from its lowest level in seven months in March.
"Reuters" quoted sources as saying, "The Basra Light crude exports will rise in April to 2.338 million barrels per day, up from 2.207 million bpd in the previous month."
He added, that "heavy crude exports Basra will increase to 833 thousand barrels per day from 806 thousand barrels per day a month ago."
In March, Iraq has exported 3.013 million bpd of Basrah, the lowest level since August last year, according to loading programs.
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