Indian and Chinese companies account for the largest share of Iraq's oil exports
"SOMO" stated in a statistic published on its official website and seen by Shafak News Agency, that "Indian and Chinese companies were the most numerous among other international companies in purchasing Iraqi oil, with 7 companies each out of 34 companies that purchased oil during the month of February." .
She added that "the American and South Korean companies came second with 4 companies each, then the Italian companies came with 3 companies, the Greek companies came with two companies, while the rest were distributed among the Spanish, British, Turkish, (Dutch-British), Angolan, Russian and Malaysian companies, and one company. For both of them".
And "SOMO" indicated that it "depends in its sale of Iraqi oil on the main criteria for contracting with large, medium, independent and vertically integrated international oil companies," noting that "the most prominent international companies that bought Iraqi oil are: the Indian Bharat Company, the Chinese Petrogina, Exxon Mobil and Chevron. American, British Dutch Shell, Italian Eni, and British BP.
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