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2020, April, 28, 14:10:00U.S., IRAQ SANCTIONS
Iraq is heavily reliant on Iran to maintain its power supply, and even then it has significant blackouts that are exacerbated by the summer heat.
2020, March, 31, 13:30:00IRAQ'S OIL PRICE $20
Iraq is selling around 70% of its crude exports to Asia,
2020, March, 18, 12:05:00IRAQ CALLS OPEC+
Saudi Arabia and Russia have signaled plans to boost production, causing oil prices to nosedive.
2020, March, 4, 09:50:00IRAQ'S OIL EXPORTS 3.9 MBD UP 5.6%
Iraq's total exports, which include those of Kurdistan, reached 3.873 million b/d in February, up from 3.667 million b/d in January,
2020, February, 3, 11:45:00IRAQ'S OIL EXPORTS DOWN 3.5%
Iraq's federal exports averaged 3.3 million b/d, compared with 3.43 million b/d in December, the oil ministry said in a statement on Saturday. The January figure is 420,000 b/d lower than the all-time high of 3.726 million b/d reached in December 2018.
2020, January, 20, 12:10:00STRESSED IRAQ'S OIL
Iraqi oil production averaged more than 4.8 million barrels per day (bpd) in 2019, of which about 1.8 million bpd stemmed from the country’s domestic and state-owned players
2020, January, 17, 11:35:00IRAQ'S OIL PROBLEM
Iraq's oil production is steady at 4.46 million b/d in line with its OPEC+ quota and exports are averaging 3.45 million b/d, an oil ministry spokesperson said last week.
2019, September, 11, 11:35:00IRAQ'S OIL PRODUCTION 4.65 MBD
Iraqi crude production rose to 4.65 million b/d in August, from 4.62 million b/d in July, the country's State Oil Marketing Organization said Monday, meaning the country pumped 140,000 b/d more than its OPEC quota of 4.51 million b/d.
2019, August, 7, 12:10:00IRAQ'S OIL PRODUCTION 4.62 MBD
Iraq's crude oil production in July rose to 4.62 million b/d, the country's State Oil Marketing Organization said late Sunday, its highest monthly output figure since January 2017, according to official data.
2019, July, 31, 13:40:00IRAQ'S GDP UP 4.6%
The fiscal and external positions are expected to continue to deteriorate over the medium term absent policy changes—with reserves falling below adequate levels and fiscal buffers eroded. Although the level of public debt will remain sustainable, gross fiscal financing needs will increase. Non-oil GDP growth is projected to reach 5½ in 2019 but subside over the medium term.