Iran Crude Exports on a Mild Hike

Crude Exports on a Mild Hike Crude Exports on a Mild Hike

Iran's crude exports have been experiencing a modest increase in the past few months, which look promising for the OPEC’s third-biggest producer to regain its foothold in the international market.
Crude and condensate exports by Iran totaled 2.69 million barrels a day. That beat the previous high of 2.56 bpd in February this year, ISNA reported.
The surge follows a considerable increase in the country's crude exports to China and Turkey, which took in a total amount of 915,000 bpd in April.
Iran sent 714,000 bpd to China in April, while the shipments to the East Asian country stood at 704,000 bpd in February.


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