Baghdad The South Korean Customs Administration revealed today, Wednesday, that Iraq ranked eighth as the largest oil exporter to South Korea during the month of September 2021.
The Administration said in its statistics, that “Iraq came as the eighth largest oil exporter to South Korea during the month of September, with a rate of 3.937 million barrels, down by 20.9 percent from last August, which amounted to 4.978 million barrels, and down on an annual basis by 26.9% to 5.386 million barrels in September ” 2020″.
It added that “the quantity of Iraqi crude oil exported to South Korea from January to September amounted to 43.332 million barrels, a decrease of 28.1% compared to the same period of the year 2020, when these quantities amounted to 60,272 million barrels.”
It pointed out that “Saudi Arabia ranked first as the largest oil exporter to South Korea last September, with a quantity of 23,794 million barrels, followed by the United States of America, with a quantity of 10.960 million barrels, and then Kuwait came third, with a quantity of 9.570 million barrels, and then the UAE came fourth, with a quantity of 5.387 million barrels.”
It continued, “Russia came fifth with a quantity of 5.081 million barrels, Qatar came sixth with a quantity of 4.321 million barrels, Mexico came seventh with a quantity of 3.949 million barrels, then Norway came ninth with a quantity of 3.095 million barrels, and finally Australia came tenth with a quantity of 2.683 million barrels.”
Source: National Iraqi News Agency