Ministry of Petroleum plans to boost daily production of crude oil and condensates to 36 million tons.
Iraq exported more than 592m barrels of oil since January, according to the Oil Marketing Company SOMO.
Kuwait boosted crude oil exports to Japan by 10.2% in May, which is the first growth in four months.
The number of tankers that are filling with Qatari crude along with that of Saudi Arabia or the United Arab Emirates increased since tensions started.
Saudi Arabia and Qatar continue sharing oil tankers despite the recent political tension.
Imports of Iranian crude by its four main buyers in Asia fell 2% in May 2017 from a year ago.
The Kharg oil terminal in Iran has increased its crude oil loading capacity to 8mb/p.
Kuwait’s crude oil exports to China in the first five months of 2017 grew 5.6% from the same period of 2016.
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.
Saudi Arabia, the world's top oil exporter, will limit volumes of crude oil to some Asian buyers in July.
Kuwait became Japan’s third-biggest crude oil supplier in April, providing 7.71mb, or 257,000b/d.
Rosneft has served notice that it will step up production in the event of a sudden end to the OPEC agreement.
China and India are going to import oil from Kenya under a test program that will be launched in June, in opposition to a prior announcement stating that Kenya would be exporting its oil to buyers in Europe.
South Korea monthly imports reached 2.26m tons of crude oil from Iran and 3.52m tons oil from Saudi Arabia during March.
Kenya is discussing it's desire to import crude oil from Saudi Arabia along with its plan to import cheaper crude to be refined locally.
Nigeria’s average daily crude oil and condensate production decreased from the 2mb/d recorded February production to be 1.6mb/d in March.
Iraq plans to increase crude oil production to 5mb/d.
Angola and Nigeria will export crude oil to China at the rate of 1.48mb/d in April, which is considered the highest rate since August 2011.
According to tanker tracking and oil sources, Iran sold the last stocks from its floating storage in the past two weeks.
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.