For the third month, Iraq is among the largest exporters of oil to China
The administration said in its statistics seen by Shafak News Agency, that "Iraq came as the third largest oil exporter to China during last September, with 5.837 million metric tons of crude oil, equivalent to 30.800 million barrels per month, equivalent to 1.026 thousand barrels per day, down by 24.6% from August In the past, exports amounted to 1.318 million barrels per day, but these exports rose by 20.4% compared to September of last year.
Chinese customs added that Saudi Arabia maintained its classification as the largest supplier of crude to China for the tenth consecutive month in the month of September, even as shipments decreased by 1.2% compared to last August, as these exports reached 7.96 million metric tons, or 1.88 million barrels. Per day
She pointed out that "Russia came second with exports amounting to 6.14 million tons, or 1.45 million barrels per day, and Oman came fourth with exports amounting to 973,000 barrels per day, while Angola came fifth with exports amounting to 730 thousand barrels per day."
Iraq exports most of its crude oil to East Asia, especially China and India, at a rate of 67 percent, while the rest is exported to Europe and America.
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