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    OPEC: Iraq and Saudi Arabia are the countries with the lowest production in a month

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    OPEC: Iraq and Saudi Arabia are the countries with the lowest production in a month Empty OPEC: Iraq and Saudi Arabia are the countries with the lowest production in a month

    Post by Rocky Wed Feb 15, 2023 6:09 am

    OPEC: Iraq and Saudi Arabia are the countries with the lowest production in a month

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    Economy News _ Baghdad
    A report by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries monitored a decrease in the production of oil by the 13 member states of the Organization in January by 49 thousand barrels per day, to reach 28.876 million barrels per day compared to last December, due to the decline in production of the largest producers, Saudi Arabia and Iraq.
    According to the monthly report of OPEC, seen by "Al-Iqtisad News", "the largest declines came first from Saudi Arabia, as its oil production decreased by about 156 thousand barrels per day, to reach 10.315 million barrels per day, followed by Iraq, with a decrease of 46 thousand barrels per day, bringing its oil production to 4,424." Millions of barrels per day, followed by Iran, down by 22,000 barrels, followed by Gabon and Libya, by 10,000 barrels per day each. 
    She indicated that "the countries whose production increased, Nigeria came at the top of the group, with an increase of 65 thousand barrels per day, followed by Angola, with an increase of 47 thousand barrels per day, then Kuwait, with an increase of 45 thousand barrels per day, Venezuela, with an increase of 20 thousand barrels per day, and the Congo, with an increase of 19 thousand." Barrels per day, while there were slight increases in the Emirates by two thousand barrels per day.
    In its February report, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) expected global economic growth in 2023 to rise to 2.6%, and raised its expectations for global oil demand growth for 2023 by 100,000 barrels per day to 2.3 million barrels per day, while keeping its expectations on demand growth. On OPEC oil, unchanged at 28.6 million barrels per day.


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