Iraq’s total crude oil exports amounted to 89.9 million barrels (mmbbl) with revenues of $5.9 billion in May, according to Iraq’s Oil Ministry.

Based on the State Organization for Marketing Oil (SOMO), the data indicated that the total quantities exported from Central and Southern Iraq amounted to 86.82 mmbbl. As for the Kirkuk field through Ceyhan port, the exported quantities amounted to 3.06 mmbbl.

Per the ministry statement, the average daily quantities amounted to 2.9 million barrels per day (mmbbl/d), and the average price per barrel amounted to $65.5.