Anbar conflict halts Iraq's trucked oil exports to Jordan


  • World
  • Wednesday, 05 Feb 2014

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Trucked exports of oil from Iraq to neighbouring Jordan have been halted due to deteriorating security in Anbar province where militants have overrun the city of Falluja, an oil ministry spokesman said.

When the exports were halted was not clear, but Asim Jihad said the volume in question was between 10,000 and 12,000 barrels of crude per day (bpd).

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