BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq's oil exports rose to 3.603 million BPD in August from 3.566 million BPD the previous month, the Iraqi Oil Ministry said in a statement.
The ministry said
Crude exports from Basra ports in southern Iraq amounted to 3.468 million barrels per day, up from 3.435 million barrels per day in July.
Iraq's oil fares arrived at the midpoint of 3.726 million barrels for each day (bpd) in December, a huge increment from the earlier month, the oil service said on Wednesday.
Fares from Iraq's southern Basra ports rose to a record high of 3.63 million bpd, up from 3.363 million bpd in November, the service said in an announcement.
Shipments from Iraq's northern Kirkuk oilfields to the Turkish port of Ceyhan expanded to 99,000 bpd from 8,716 bpd in November, the announcement said.
Iraq traded 3.372 million bpd of raw petroleum in November. Its oil authorities said awful climate in the Bay eased back shipments from the southern ports in that month.
The normal deal cost in December was $52.8 per barrel, creating around $6.1 billion in income, the announcement said.
Iraq is creating beneath its greatest limit of about 5 million bpd in line an understanding among OPEC and different exporters, for example, Russia to reduce worldwide supply so as to help costs.