Wednesday, 18 October 2017 02:56 GMT
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Oman raises crude oil exports in Q1 by 14.8%

(MENAFN) Oman's National Center for Statistics and Information announced that the country's exports of crude oil during the first quarter climbed by 14.8 percent to 74,803.5 barrels from 65,133.3 barrels in 2012's same period, reported Times of Oman. The agency said that exports to China grew by 31.8 percent, reaching 42,001.5 barrels, ranking the country as the largest buyer of Omani crude oil. It added that in January and February, exports of oil to China increased by around 26 percent from a year before, receiving over 50 percent of the Sultanate's oil exports. It is worth noting that South Korea bought just 382.9 barrels of Omani crude oil, to be the smallest importer of Oman's oil in the first 3 months of the year.
Oman raises crude oil exports in Q1 by 14.8%