SOMO: The average price of exported oil to Jordan reached $71
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The Oil Marketing Company "SOMO" announced that the average price of crude oil exported to Jordan amounted to $71 last January.
The company said in a statistic on its website and reviewed by "Al-Iqtisad News", that "the total oil exports to Jordan during the month of January amounted to 309,826 barrels," noting that "the export rate amounted to 10 thousand barrels per day."
Somo added that "the average price of a barrel sold to Jordan amounted to 71,219 dollars," noting that "the value of imports from Jordan's oil exports during one month amounted to 22 million and 65 thousand and 497 dollars."
Iraq exports crude oil to Jordan at preferential prices that are 12 to 14 dollars less than the original price, and by 10 thousand barrels per day, it is exported via truckloads.
On Tuesday, the Ministry of Oil announced the total exports and revenues achieved for the month of last December, indicating that they exceeded 99 million barrels, with revenues exceeding 8.27 billion dollars, at a price of more than 83 dollars per barrel.