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Saudi oil exports rose 143,000 bpd in Jan -

Saudi oil exports rose 143,000 bpd in Jan -

Saudi Arabia produced 9.871 million bpd crude in January, 61,000 bpd more than December, while exports rose more than twice as much to 7.507 million bpd, according to the Joint Data Initiative.

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March 18, 2012 12:39 by



Saudi Arabian oil exports rose 143,000 barrels per day (bpd) in January month-on-month, according to government data published Sunday, as the world’s leading crude seller increased supplies to the United States.

Saudi Arabia produced 9.871 million bpd crude in January, 61,000 bpd more than December, while exports rose more than twice as much to 7.507 million bpd, according to the Joint Data Initiative.

Contrary to expectations that the modest rise in the kingdom’s output would be mostly sold to Asian or European consumers looking for alternatives to Iranian oil, U.S. government data showed Saudi shipments to North America rose sharply in early 2012.

The United States has urged Saudi Arabia to cover potential shortages when new U.S. and European Union sanctions aimed at reducing Iranian oil exports hit from July.

The kingdom has stepped up efforts to assure edgy markets it will make up any oil supply disruptions at a time of heightened tension over Iran’s disputed nuclear programme.

Saudi production fell back to 9.80 million bpd in February, an industry source said. (Reporting by Daniel Fineren; Editing by Dan Lalor)



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