Iraq resumes southern oil exports after stoppage
March 27 2019 11:40 AM
Basra Oil Company
Two sources at the Basra Oil Company told Reuters that Iraq had halted crude oil loading operations at its southern terminals as a result of bad weather.

Reuters/Basra

Iraq's southern oil exports have resumed after a stoppage caused by bad weather, with tankers loading as usual, oil officials said on Wednesday.
Two sources at the Basra Oil Company told Reuters on Tuesday that Iraq had halted crude oil loading operations at its southern terminals as a result of bad weather.
"Basra oil exports resumed yesterday late evening after a stoppage due to rough weather," said one senior oil official.
OPEC's second-largest producer Iraq exported 3.54 million barrels per day (bpd) in February from its southern ports. 

Last updated: March 27 2019 11:59 AM


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