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    Oil: The Oman Sea incident did not affect Iraqi exports

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    Oil: The Oman Sea incident did not affect Iraqi exports

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    A spokesman for the Ministry of Oil, Assem Jihad, on Thursday, the targeting of two oil tankers in the Sea of ​​Oman did not affect the Iraqi oil exports.
    "Such incidents concern producers, consumers and global oil markets in general, and we hope that this will not affect the continued flow of oil from the region to world markets," Jihad said in an interview with the news agency.
    He added that "all producers, including [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] keen to maintain the flow of oil to world markets in order to achieve greater stability and balance required."
    Jihad stressed that "the incident did not affect the supply of Iraqi oil exports to world markets."
    Earlier in the morning, Iranian media announced two large explosions targeting two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman, one flying the flag of the Marshall Islands and the other a Panamanian flag, causing a huge fire, with the crew being evacuated. Finished 25 s


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    BAGHDAD - A 
    spokesman for the Ministry of Oil Assem Jihad, on Thursday, that the incident in the Sea of ​​Oman did not affect the Iraqi oil exports. 
    "Such incidents are a source of concern for producers, consumers and global oil markets in general, and we hope that this will not affect the continued flow of oil from the region to world markets," Jihad said. 
    He added that "all producers, including Iraq, are keen to maintain the flow of oil to world markets in order to achieve greater stability and balance required." 
    Jihad pointed out that "the incident of the Sea of ​​Oman did not affect the supplies and exports of Iraqi oil to world markets."


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    BAGHDAD (Reuters) - A spokesman for the Iraqi Oil Ministry, Assem Jihad, said Thursday that the incident in the Sea of ​​Oman did not affect Iraqi oil exports.
    "Such incidents are a source of concern for producers, consumers and global oil markets in general, and we hope that this will not affect the continued flow of oil from the region to world markets," Jihadi said. 
    He added that "all producers, including Iraq, are keen to maintain the flow of oil to world markets in order to achieve greater stability and balance required." 
    Jihad pointed out that "the incident of the Sea of ​​Oman did not affect the supplies and exports of Iraqi oil to world markets."


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