U.S. oil imports from Iraq decline

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U.S. oil imports from Iraq decline

U.S. oil imports from Iraq fell last week, information delivered by the U.S. Energy Data Organization (EIA) delivered this end of the week.

The EIA’s week by week oil status report showed that U.S. unrefined petroleum imports from eight significant providers arrived at the midpoint of 4.691 million barrels each day (bpd) last week, somewhere around 1.92 million bpd from 5.783 million bpd the prior week.

Iraq’s oil commodities to the US arrived at the midpoint of 93,000 bpd last week, down 83,000 bpd from the earlier week’s all out of 176,000 bpd.

The EIA said that Canada stays the US’s top oil provider, with a normal of 3.458 million bpd. Mexico was the second-biggest provider, with a normal of 303,000 bpd, trailed by Brazil with a normal of 272,000 bpd.

The US imported a normal of 265,000 bpd from Saudi Arabia, 132,000 bpd from Nigeria, 102,000 bpd from Ecuador, and 66,000 bpd from Libya last week.

The EIA announced no oil imports from Colombia or Russia in its week after week report.