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The State Organization for Marketing of Oil (SOMO) reported that various Chinese oil corporations purchased Iraqi oil. During this period, 44 oil corporations purchased Iraqi crude oil, 12 of which were Chinese. Indian oil corporations were the second-largest group of importers, with seven companies purchasing Iraqi oil. South Korea was in third with four enterprises importing Iraqi oil, followed by Turkey with three companies. In addition, oil corporations from the United States, Italy, Japan, the UAE, Greece, and a number of other countries imported Iraqi oil. Nayara Energy, Exxon Mobil, Shell, and Eni were among the most prominent buyers.

Chinese companies buy largest share of Iraqi oil

The State Organization for Marketing of Oil (SOMO) reported that various Chinese oil corporations purchased Iraqi oil. During this period, 44 oil corporations purchased Iraqi crude oil, 12 of which were Chinese. Indian oil corporations were the second-largest group of importers, with seven companies purchasing Iraqi oil. South Korea was in third with four enterprises importing Iraqi oil, followed by Turkey with three companies. In addition, oil corporations from the United States, Italy, Japan, the UAE, Greece, and a number of other countries imported Iraqi oil. Nayara Energy, Exxon Mobil, Shell, and Eni were among the most prominent buyers.

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