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China receive from Russia 1.27 mln bpd in June becoming maintaining ranl of top crude oil supplier



Petroleumworld 07 25 2017

Russia shipped 5.22 million tonnes of crude oil, or 1.27 million barrels per day (bpd), to China in June, up 27 percent from a year go, data from Chinese customs showed on Monday.

Russia was China's top oil supplier for the fourth month in a row, the data showed.

June shipments from No. 2 monthly supplier Angola rose 10.6 percent from a year ago to 1 million bpd, while Saudi Arabia's crude exports to China fell by 15.8 percent to 936,607 bpd.

Shipments from Iraq surged 47 percent compared with a year ago to 834,788 bpd, while supplies from Brazil jumped 118 percent to 689,969 bpd.

(Tonne = 7.3 barrels)

Reporting by Dominique Patton; Editing by Christian Schmollinger from Reuters.

07 24 2017

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