Iraq, one of the leading producers in OPEC, continues to be among those doing the least to support an agreement credited with supporting oil prices, data show. The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, with support of other producers like Russia, is in its second year of an agreement to drain a surplus on a five-year average in crude oil inventories through coordinated production cuts. The deal is credited with pulling crude oil prices from historic lows of less than $30 per barrel in early 2016. Data from commodity pricing group S&P Global Platts show total OPEC production in March was 32.14 million barrels per day, the lowest point since April last year. Seven of the 14 OPEC members cut production last […]