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Iraq’s crude output fell by around 100,000 barrels per day in January to 4.29 million b/d, according to Energy Intelligence estimates, its lowest in 10 months and 140,000 b/d below its Opec production target, due to weather-related loading disruptions at Basrah and refinery turnarounds. The weather disruptions caused a build in Basrah crude stocks which forced the oil ministry to cut production.

Iraq’s January Output Hits 10-Month Low

Iraq’s crude output fell by around 100,000 barrels per day in January to 4.29 million b/d, according to Energy Intelligence estimates, its lowest in 10 months and 140,000 b/d below its Opec production target, due to weather-related loading disruptions at Basrah and refinery turnarounds. The weather disruptions caused a build in Basrah crude stocks which forced the oil ministry to cut production.

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