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China crude imports up 7% yr/yr

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China's overall crude oil imports grew nearly 7% yr/yr according to Chinese General Administration of Customs.

  • Country breakdown for April vs March:
    • Saudi Arabia 8.93m tons vs 6.86m
    • Russia 6.55m vs 6.39m tons
    • Iraq 4.09m vs 4.73m tons
    • Oman 2.97m tons vs 3.07m tons
    • Malaysia 2.16m tons vs 1.9m tons
    • UAE 3.1m tons vs 3.22m tons
    • Angola 2.78m tons vs 2.83m tons
    • U.S. 748k tons vs 654k tons
    • Brazil 2.44m tons vs 2.05m tons
    • Kuwait 3.63m tons vs 2.5m tons
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China's overall crude oil imports grew nearly 7% yr/yr according to Chinese General Administration of Customs.

  • Country breakdown for April vs March:
    • Saudi Arabia 8.93m tons vs 6.86m
    • Russia 6.55m vs 6.39m tons
    • Iraq 4.09m vs 4.73m tons
    • Oman 2.97m tons vs 3.07m tons
    • Malaysia 2.16m tons vs 1.9m tons
    • UAE 3.1m tons vs 3.22m tons
    • Angola 2.78m tons vs 2.83m tons
    • U.S. 748k tons vs 654k tons
    • Brazil 2.44m tons vs 2.05m tons
    • Kuwait 3.63m tons vs 2.5m tons