Iran Replaces Iraq as Biggest Crude Oil Exporter to Turkey

By John Lee.

Turkey’s imports of crude oil from Iran have increased 142 percent in the first seven months of 2017, from 3 million tons to 7.4 million tons, making it the country’s biggest supplier of crude.

According to the report from Daily Sabah, Iraq‘s crude oil exports to Turkey decreased 20.5 percent from 5.4 million tons to 4.3 million tons over the same period, losing it the top ranking.

Iran increased its share from 23.3 percent to 50.9 percent of the Turkish market.

(Source: Daily Sabah)

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