China’s imports of Iranian crude drop 31% in November

26 December 2012 05:47  [Source: ICIS news]

SINGAPORE (ICIS)--China’s imports of crude from Iran fell by 31% year on year to 1.8m tonnes in November this year, official data showed.

Its imports of Iranian oil in January-November this year fell by 23% year on year to 19.5m tonnes, according to China Customs.

The three biggest crude suppliers to China in November were Saudi Arabia, Angola and Russia.

China imported a total of 23.4m tonnes of crude in November this year, with 22.6% of the overall coming from Saudi Arabia, 12.9% from Angola and 8.5% from Russia, the data showed.

By: Fanny Zhang
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