September 01, 2013

Oil imports in Japan rise for the last two months as output of petroleum products increased 4 percent

Picture: Japanese customers wait in traffic

"Japan's crude oil imports in July increased 1.8 percent from a year earlier to 108.06 million barrels, the second consecutive monthly rise...Oil from the Middle East accounted for 86.2 percent of the total...Saudi Arabia remained Japan's biggest oil supplier, exporting 32.14 million barrels...The United Arab Emirates was second with 26.98 million barrels..output of petroleum products in July rose 4.1 percent from a year earlier"

Source: Japan's oil imports rise in July for 2nd straight month
August 31st 2013
Mainichi Shimbun

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