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Iraq: Demand for Oil Increases

An OPEC report on September 10, 2014 said that demand for oil would grow by 1.05 million barrels per day in 2014 to 91.2 million in 2015, trimming 50,000 barrels from the previous outlook. Demand in 2015 is expected to grow 1.19 million barrels per day, 20,000 barrels a day fewer than before, the cartel said.

Iraq: Demand for Oil Increases
Oil tankers dock at a floating platform on September 21, 2014, offshore from the southern Iraqi port city of Al Faw, 90 kilometres south of Basra. An OPEC report on September 10, 2014 said that demand for oil would grow by 1.05 million barrels per day in 2014 to 91.2 million in 2015, trimming 50,000 barrels from the previous outlook. Demand in 2015 is expected to grow 1.19 million barrels per day, 20,000 barrels a day fewer than before, the cartel said. (AFP/Getty Images)
Iraq: Demand for Oil Increases
Oil tankers dock at a floating platform on September 21, 2014, offshore from the southern Iraqi port city of Al Faw, 90 kilometres south of Basra. An OPEC report on September 10, 2014 said that demand for oil would grow by 1.05 million barrels per day in 2014 to 91.2 million in 2015, trimming 50,000 barrels from the previous outlook. Demand in 2015 is expected to grow 1.19 million barrels per day, 20,000 barrels a day fewer than before, the cartel said. (AFP/Getty Images)
Iraq: Demand for Oil Increases
Iraqi labourers walk past an oil tanker docked at a floating platform on September 21, 2014, offshore from the southern Iraqi port city of Al Faw, 90 kilometres south of Basra. An OPEC report on September 10, 2014 said that demand for oil would grow by 1.05 million barrels per day in 2014 to 91.2 million in 2015, trimming 50,000 barrels from the previous outlook. Demand in 2015 is expected to grow 1.19 million barrels per day, 20,000 barrels a day fewer than before, the cartel said. (AFP/Getty Images)
Iraq: Demand for Oil Increases
The Iraqi Minister of Oil Adel Abdel Mahdi (R) takes a tour a floating platform for oil tankers on September 21, 2014, offshore from the southern Iraqi port city of Al Faw, 90 kilometres south of Basra. An OPEC report on September 10, 2014 said that demand for oil would grow by 1.05 million barrels per day in 2014 to 91.2 million in 2015, trimming 50,000 barrels from the previous outlook. Demand in 2015 is expected to grow 1.19 million barrels per day, 20,000 barrels a day fewer than before, the cartel said. (AFP/Getty Images)
Iraq: Demand for Oil Increases
An Iraqi labourer walks past a tanker docked at a floating platform on September 21, 2014, offshore from the southern Iraqi port city of Al Faw, 90 kilometres south of Basra. An OPEC report on September 10, 2014 said that demand for oil would grow by 1.05 million barrels per day in 2014 to 91.2 million in 2015, trimming 50,000 barrels from the previous outlook. Demand in 2015 is expected to grow 1.19 million barrels per day, 20,000 barrels a day fewer than before, the cartel said. (AFP/Getty Images)
Iraq: Demand for Oil Increases
A member of the Iraqi navy stands watch on a boat patrolling past a floating oil platform on September 21, 2014, offshore from the southern Iraqi port city of Al Faw, 90 kilometres south of Basra. An OPEC report on September 10, 2014 said that demand for oil would grow by 1.05 million barrels per day in 2014 to 91.2 million in 2015, trimming 50,000 barrels from the previous outlook. Demand in 2015 is expected to grow 1.19 million barrels per day, 20,000 barrels a day fewer than before, the cartel said. (AFP/Getty Images)