The Ministry of Oil announced on Wednesday that oil exports and revenues for September exceeded $9 billion.
The Iraqi Oil Marketing Company (SOMO) has released the final statistics, which show that the total amount of crude oil exports was 103,143,199 barrels, generating revenues of $9,422,410,000.
According to the statistics, the total amount of crude oil exported in September from the oil fields in central and southern Iraq was (102,220,441) barrels. Out of this, (473,335) barrels were exported from Qayyarah, and (449,423) barrels were exported to Jordan.
According to the statistics, the average price for one barrel was $91,353.
According to the Ministry of Oil, 37 international companies from different nationalities loaded the exported quantities from various ports including Basra, Khor Al-Zubair, Single Buoys, and the modern Kirkuk warehouse. The oil was loaded onto tanker trucks and also taken from the Qayyarah field.