14:33 - 12-01-2022
Today, Thursday, the Ministry of Oil announced that Iraq's revenues for the past month amounted to more than 8 billion dollars, indicating that the average price per barrel amounted to more than (82,417) dollars.
The ministry said in a statement, "According to preliminary statistics issued by the Iraqi Oil Marketing Company (SOMO), the total amount of exports of crude oil for the month of November last amounted to (99) million (867) thousand and (946) barrels, with revenues amounting to ( 8.231) billion dollars.
She added that "the total quantities of crude oil exported for the month of November from the oil fields in central and southern Iraq amounted to (97) million and (204) thousand and (696) barrels, while from the fields of Kirkuk through the port of Ceyhan, the exported quantities amounted to (2) One million and (363) thousand and (20) barrels,” noting that “the average daily quantities exported amounted to (3) million and (329) thousand barrels per day.”
And she stressed that "the average price of one barrel amounted to more than (82,417) dollars."
It is noteworthy that the Ministry of Oil, through its belief in informing the people of export operations and the revenues generated from it, has taken this monthly procedure.
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