An increase in Iraq’s oil exports to the United States during the past week

An increase in Iraq's oil exports to the United States during the past week

The US Energy Information Administration reported that Iraq’s oil exports to the United States surpassed Saudi Arabia’s last week.

According to the latest report, the United States imported an average of 4.978 million barrels of crude oil daily from eight significant countries during the past week. This amount is lower by 1.105 million barrels per day compared to the previous week’s 6.083 million barrels per day import.

During the last week, Iraq exported 306,000 barrels of oil to the United States, an increase of 26,000 barrels per day from the previous week’s average of 280,000.

During the past week, most of America’s oil revenues came from Canada, averaging 3,291 million barrels per day. Mexico came second with an average of 524 million barrels per day, followed by Saudi Arabia with an average of 291 thousand barrels per day, and Brazil with an average of 209 thousand barrels per day. She pointed out these statistics.

As per the administration, the United States imports approximately 143,000 barrels per day of crude oil from Colombia, 125,000 barrels per day from Ecuador, and 89,000 barrels per day from Libya. However, no crude oil is imported from Russia or Nigeria.