Egypt exported approximately $2.955-billion worth of crude oil and petroleum products between July 2016 and March 2017.
The Provincial Government of Kirkuk will not cooperate with the central government’s plans to export oil from the Kirkuk oil fields to Iran.
Iraq’s exports of gas liquids and condensates reached 59,370 tons and 356,008 cubic meters respectively during the first half of 2017, announced the Iraqi Oil Minister, Jabar Ali al-Luaibi.
Saudi Arabia will limit its oil exports in August by more than 600,000 b/d to satisfy the growing domestic demands while committing to the OPEC’s agreement to curb production.
Imports of Iranian crude by its four main buyers in Asia fell 2% in May 2017 from a year ago.
OPEC will not rush into making a further cut in oil output or end some countries' exemptions to output limits.
Iranian daily oil production reached 4mb in late April 2017.
Nigeria’s crude oil exports are expected to reach 1.84mb/d in July, slightly higher month-on-month, due to a recovery in Forcados exports.
Sonatrach has completed a new natural gas pipeline as it tries to meet local demand and increase exports.
Iraqi fuel oil exports have risen since the beginning of 2017 despite the country’s commitment to curb production in line with OPEC supply cuts.
Iran's crude oil and condensate exports reached 3.05mb/d in the last Persian month, from which 2.265mb/d consisted of crude oil alone.
While Nigeria has been struggling to recover from the militant attacks that affected its crude oil productions and exports, the US crude oil exports emerged into markets that Nigeria used to dominate.
Iraq’s March production has been reduced by more than its share of 210,000b/d from its southern fields, while northern production has been reduced by around 30,000-40,000b/d so far in March from February.
Angola's state-run Sonangol has reduced its May exports by taking two cargoes out of circulation.
Non-OPEC producer Oman has notified its term customers in Asia that it will reduce supplies by 15% from June to meet local demand and as part of its commitment to cut output under a producers' agreement.
Iran says it expects to increase exports of crude oil to Europe to as high as 800,000b/d by May. The country currently supplies Europe with 500,000b/d of crude oil.
Zambia’s exports to India reach $475m of total $300b of the country’s global imports between 2015 and 2016.
Iraq has started work to double the crude oil loading capacity at one of its two southern offshore oil export terminals to 1.2mb/d.
Iran expects to sell its crude oil at around $50/b over the next Iranian calendar year that starts on March 21, 2017.
Kuwait crude oil exports to Japan increased by 33.7% during September, when compared to volumes from the same period during 2015. It reached 6.83mb of oil, averaging 228,000b/d.
Field Marshal Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi was sworn in as Egypt’s second-democratically elected president on 8 June 2014.