Oil exports and revenues up in September
Crude prices rise and loadings increase in both Basra and the Mediterranean.
Loading arms at the terminal for Iraqi crude exports at the Turkish port of Ceyhan. (STAFF/Iraq Oil Report)
Iraqi oil sold for more than $50 per barrel last month, boosting federal coffers as exports from the Basra Gulf increased, arresting a two-month slide.
Exports by the autonomous Kurdistan region also increased, according to an Iraq Oil Report estimate, though it's unclear the extent to which revenues increased.
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