An oil tanker transports crude oil to export markets in the Gulf, Iran. (Bloomberg)

July 14, 2020

South Korea imports no Iran crude oil for June and a year ago, preliminary data from Korea Customs Service showed on Wednesday. The world’s fifth-largest crude buyer imported a total 10 million tonnes of crude last month against 11.5 million tonnes imported a year ago, the data also showed.

Final data for South Korea’s crude oil imports last month will be published by state-run Korea National Oil Corp (KNOC) later the month. The KNOC data is considered the industry standard for South Korea’s oil imports.


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