Baghdad (IraqiNews.com) – The US Energy Information Administration (EIA) announced on Sunday that exports of Iraqi oil to the United States ceased last week.
The EIA mentioned that average U.S. crude oil imports over the past week from seven major countries reached 4.45 million barrels per day, an increase of 519,000 barrels per day from the week. previous, where oil imports had reached 4.94 million barrels per day, Shafaq News reported.
The United States did not import any crude oil from Iraq over the past week, after importing 205,000 barrels per day the previous week.
The EIA reported that most U.S. oil imports over the past week came from Canada, with an average of 3.53 million barrels per day, followed by Mexico with an average of 661,000 barrels per day.
The United States imported an average of 415,000 barrels per day from Colombia and 353,000 barrels per day from Saudi Arabia.
The United States imported 338,000 barrels per day from Brazil last week, 81,000 barrels per day from Nigeria and 72,000 barrels per day from Ecuador.
According to the EIA, the United States did not import crude oil from either Libya or Russia over the past week.