Iraq’s Oil Exports To America Declined Last Week

Baghdad The US Energy Information Administration announced today, Saturday, that Iraq’s oil exports declined during the past week, reaching 133 thousand barrels per day on average.

The administration said in a report that “the average US imports of crude oil during the past week from seven countries amounted to 5.066 million barrels per day, down by 457 thousand barrels per day compared to the previous week, which amounted to 5.523 million barrels per day.”

It added, “America imported crude oil from Iraq at a rate of 133 thousand barrels per day during the past week, down from the previous week, in which exports averaged 434,000 barrels per day.”

It noted that “most of America’s oil imports during the past week came from Canada at a rate of 3.752 million barrels per day, followed by Saudi Arabia at a rate of 596,000 barrels per day, then Mexico at a rate of 321,000 barrels per day, then Colombia at a rate of 143,000 barrels per day, then Brazil at a rate of 78 thousand barrels per day, then Nigeria with an average of 43,000 barrels per day.

According to the US Energy Information Administration, “America did not import oil from Russia, Ecuador and Trinidad and Tobago.”

Source: National Iraqi News Agency