Oil export plateau continues in June
Iraqi exports have remained steady since February - and well below capacity - as the government maintains its efforts to support an OPEC cut agreement.
Loading arms at the terminal for Iraqi crude exports at the Turkish port of Ceyhan. (STAFF/Iraq Oil Report)
Iraqi exports held steady in June, as the country - including both the federal and Kurdistan governments - sold an estimated 3.81 million barrels per day (bpd).
Export levels have stayed between 3.79 and 3.82 million bpd since February, according to an Iraq Oil Report analysis based on Oil Ministry figures and pipeline and ship loading data.
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