Moscow. December 21. Saudi Arabia boosted oil exports in October to its highest volume in four months, according to the Joint Organization Data Initiative (JODI).
Shipments abroad totaled 7,364 million barrels a day against 7,111 million b/d in September, up 3.6%. Compared with October 2014, the increase in exports is 7%, according to JODI.
Extraction of Saudi Arabia in October was $ 10,28 million b/d, up from 10.23 million b/d in the previous month.
According to the Agency Bloomberg, in November the country produced about 10,33 million b/d of oil, with the result that the production exceeded 10 million b/d by the end of the ninth month in a row.
According to JODI, some of the countries-members of OPEC reduced oil exports in October, Iraq and Kuwait. So, the supply of Iraq amounted to 2,708 million b/d, compared with 3,052 million b/d in September, which was the fourth month of decline. Kuwait in October exported 1,095 million b/d against 2,008 million b/d in the previous month.
Iran exports increased very slightly – up to 1,395 million b/d from 1.39 million b/d in September.