- Today 08:36
The former member of the Parliamentary Oil and Energy Committee, Ghaleb Muhammad, confirmed today, Friday, that Iraq did not benefit from oil exports via Turkey, pointing out that the exported quantities were not affected by stopping exports to the Turkish port of Ceyhan.
Muhammad told Al-Maalouma, "The Iraqi government exports more than 3 million and 500 thousand barrels per day, and the figures in the budget do not suffer from any shortage of revenues obtained through exports."
He added, "Iraq does not benefit anything significant by exporting via Turkey to the port of Ceyhan, as stopping exports to this port did not cause any damage to oil production or exports to other countries."
And he indicated that "Iraq is bound by the OPEC agreement related to the export and use of oil in quantities of 4 million and 220 thousand barrels, as 3 million and 500 thousand barrels are exported, while 720 thousand barrels are used inside Iraq." ended 25 n
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