Federal Iraq earned more monthly oil revenue in November than it has since October 2014, due to rising oil prices and a nearly 5 percent jump in exports. The new data, released by the Iraqi Oil Ministry on Friday, comes after Thursday’s announcement of a record single day in crude loadings from the Basra Gulf terminals, and an extension of a pact between OPEC and other producers to limit production through 2018 in a bid to keep pushing up prices. This content is for registered users. Please login to continue. If you are not a registered user, you may purchase a subscription or sign up for a free trial .