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Iraq is again pushing oil exports and production back up towards record highs following an atypical period of compliance with its Opec obligations. Federal exports jumped 110,000 b/d to a three-month high of 3.57mn b/d in May, although they remain well off the pace from December’s record 3.73mn b/d.
This increase in volumes was more than enough to offset a slight dip in the price of Iraqi crude to $66.68/B, and indeed revenues surged to a seven-month high of $7.38bn for May. That was well in excess of December’s $6.10bn, when Iraq had the misfortune of combining record exports with 16-month low prices. (CONTINUED - 964 WORDS)
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|chart||Federal Iraq’s May Crude Exports Top 3.5mn B/D, Pushing Export Revenues ($Bn) To 7-Month High|