A decline in Iraq’s oil exports to America

A decline in Iraq's oil exports to America

The US Energy Information Administration reported on Sunday a decrease in Iraq’s oil exports to the US for the past week.

According to the latest report by the administration, the US imported an average of 5.136 million barrels of crude oil per day from seven major countries in the past week. This represents a decrease of 1.210 million barrels per day compared to the previous week, where the average was 6.346 million barrels per day.

Last week, Iraq exported an average of 233,000 barrels of oil per day to the US, a decrease of 15,000 barrels compared to the previous week’s average of 248,000 barrels.

During the past week, the majority of America’s oil revenues came from Canada with an average of 3.287 million barrels per day. Mexico followed with an average of 603 million barrels per day. On the other hand, oil revenues from Saudi Arabia amounted to an average of 383 thousand barrels per day. This was pointed out by someone.

The administration reports that the United States imports an average of 287 thousand barrels per day from Colombia. In comparison, American imports of crude oil from Brazil are at a rate of 209 thousand barrels per day, and from Ecuador at a rate of 134 thousand barrels per day. No quantity is imported from Russia, Libya, or Nigeria.