[size=45]Iraq's oil revenues decreased by 11.09% last November1 hour ago
Iraq's oil revenues decreased by more than 11% on a monthly basis during last November, according to data from the Ministry of Oil.
According to these data, Iraq's oil exports, excluding flows from the Kurdistan Region, decreased by 4.74% on a monthly basis in November to reach 99 million and 867 barrels, compared to last October, in which exports amounted to 104.831 million barrels.
Total oil revenues for the month of November decreased by 11.09% to reach 8.321 billion dollars on a monthly basis, compared to October, when revenues amounted to 9.258 billion dollars.
The total oil revenues from Basra oil exports through the southern ports decreased by 11.19% on a monthly basis, to reach 8.012 billion dollars, compared to the month of October, when the revenues amounted to 9.022 billion dollars.
While oil revenues from Kirkuk crude exports through the Turkish port of Ceyhan decreased by 6.22% on a monthly basis, to reach 196 million dollars, compared to October, when the revenues amounted to 209 million dollars.