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Post by claud39 on Thu Jul 25, 2019 1:11 pm

Indian companies top Iraqi oil purchase list for June


07/25/2019



Indian companies top Iraqi oil purchase list for June 16435







Economy News - Baghdad




The Iraqi oil marketing company "Sumo" said on Thursday that Indian oil companies followed by Chinese companies were the most buying of Iraqi oil during the month of June.


The "Sumo" in official statistics published on its official website and read "Economy News" that "the Indian companies were the most numerous among the other international companies to buy Iraqi oil and by 8 companies each of the 39 companies that bought oil during the month of June.


"Chinese companies came in second place with 7 companies, followed by US and South Korean companies with 4 companies each," Sumo said. "The rest were distributed to British, Italian, French, Turkish, Spanish, Russian, Japanese, Japanese, Portuguese and Kuwaiti companies."


Sumo pointed out that it "depends on the sale of Iraqi oil on the main criteria for contracting with the international oil companies large and medium, independent and government integrated vertically," noting that "the most prominent international companies that buy Iraqi oil is the Italian company Eni, the British BP, US company Oxon Mobil and Russian company Kazprom.




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