Iraq Crude Exports Average 2.228 Mln bpd in January

Source: Reuters 2/1/2014, Location: Middle East

Iraq exported an average of 2.228 million barrels per day (bpd) of crude oil in January, down from 2.341 million bpd in December, Oil Minister Abdul Kareem Luaibi said.

Luaibi attributed the drop to attacks on the pipeline carrying oil from the northern Kirkuk oilfields to Turkey, as well as disruption to shipping from Iraq's southern ports due to bad weather.

He said he expected exports to increase in February.

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