OPEC oil output slips from record on Iraqi disruption - survey
* OPEC supply falls by 280,000 bpd to 32.37 million bpd
* Iraq posts largest decline due to northern export halt
* Saudi Arabia keeps output flat, following freeze deal
* Iran increases supply, but not as fast as it says
* For a table of OPEC output, see
By Alex Lawler
LONDON, Feb 29 (Reuters) - OPEC oil output has fallen in February from the highest monthly level in recent history, a Reuters survey found on Monday, due to a halt in Iraq's northern exports and outages in other producers.
The survey also found stable output in top exporter Saudi Arabia, an early sign that Riyadh is delivering on a Feb. 16 deal along with Venezuela, Qatar and non-member Russia to freeze output and support prices, which hit a 12-year low last month.
Supply from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries has declined in February to 32.37 million barrels per day (bpd) from a revised 32.65 million bpd in January, according to the survey, based on shipping data and information from sources at oil companies, OPEC and consultants. Continuación...