Iran Kept Crude Exports Unchanged in January at 1.28M B/D: JODI

Monthly crude exports from Iran in Jan. and Dec. were lowest since Jan. 2002, according to data on Joint Organizations Data Initiative’s website. * NOTE: JODI, the initiative, started collecting data from member govts in Jan. 2002 * Exports from Iraq, OPEC’s 2nd largest producer, fell to 2.23m b/d in Jan. from 2.35m b/d in Dec. * Saudi Arabia kept exports unchanged at 7.5m b/d in Jan. * NOTE: JODI is supervised by Riyadh-based International Energy Forum, uses statistics supplied by national govts to compile data on production, imports, exports for oil-producing, consuming nations; data include crude, condensates, exclude natgas liquids

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