The Iraqi oil exports during April reached 88.319 million barrels (mmbl), achieving revenues estimated at $5.55 billion, the Ministry of Oil announced according to data released from the State Organization for Marketing Oil (SOMO).
The statistics indicated that the total oil exports during April from the middle and south of Iraq amounts to 85.534 mmbl, while the oil exported from Kirkuk reached 2.86 mmbl. The exported oil was loaded by 32 different international companies.
It is worth noting that the revenues of the crude shipments which were marketed with price premium, to achieve additional profits worth $74.99 million at a price average of $62.77 per barrel.

In March, statistics from SOMO elaborated that Iraq exported oil of 91.3 mmbl with total revenues worth $5.78 million.