Iraq’s oil exports to the US surge by over 60% in April

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Iraq's oil exports to the US surge by over 60% in April

Iraq’s raw petroleum products to the US bounced by more than 60% in April to arrive at 8.866 million barrels, as per information from the U.S. Energy Data Organization (EIA).

The nation’s oil commodities to the US found the middle value of 295,000 barrels each day (bpd) in April, up from 176,000 bpd in Spring.

Iraq was the fourth-biggest exporter of unrefined petroleum to the US last month, behind Canada, Mexico, and Saudi Arabia. It was additionally the second-biggest Middle Easterner exporter, after Saudi Arabia.

The EIA information showed that Iraq’s products to the US were consistent all through April, with week by week midpoints of 142,000 bpd in the main week, 308,000 bpd in the subsequent week, 309,000 bpd in the third week, and 307,000 bpd in the fourth week.