Iraq's oil exports to America fell to 1.5 million barrels last September
The administration said in its schedule, seen by Shafak News Agency, that "Iraq exported crude oil to America during the month of September, one million and 500 thousand barrels, at a rate of 50 thousand barrels per day, down from the month of August, when Iraqi oil exports to America amounted to 4 million and 30 thousand barrels, at a rate of 130 thousand barrels per day.
He added, "Iraq exported crude oil to America during the first week of September at a rate of 106 thousand barrels per day, while an average of 50 thousand barrels per day was exported in the second week, and an average of 42 thousand barrels per day was exported in the third week," noting that "the fourth week was not issued. Iraq, any amount to America."
The US Energy Information Administration reported; Iraq ranked ninth after Canada, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Russia, Colombia, Ecuador, Brazil and Nigeria, and ranked second in the Arab world after Saudi Arabia, whose exports to America during September amounted to 12 million and 187 thousand barrels per day, indicating that "Canada ranked first as the most oil-exporting country. America, followed by Mexico.
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