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Iraq’s March oil exports from south 3.286 mln bpd: South Oil

The central government’s oil exports all come from the southern region currently as its shipments through a northern pipeline to Turkey have been halted

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Iraq exported an average of 3.286 million barrels per day of crude from its southern ports in March, an official at the South Oil Company told Reuters on Friday.

The central government’s oil exports all come from the southern region currently as its shipments through a northern pipeline to Turkey have been halted.

That pipeline is also used by the Kurdish Regional Government to export crude from territory it controls in northern Iraq for its own account.