25.182mmbbl of crude imported by Japan from UAE in April

This accounts for 30.4% of Japan's total crude imports

  
The M Star oil tanker is seen at sea near Fujairah port in the United Arab Emirates July 29, 2010. Image used for illustrative purpose only.

The M Star oil tanker is seen at sea near Fujairah port in the United Arab Emirates July 29, 2010. Image used for illustrative purpose only.

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Japan imported from the UAE 25.182 mmbbl of crude in April 2020, data released by the Agency of Energy and Natural Resource in Tokyo showed.

This accounts for 30.4% of Japan's total crude imports, the agency that belongs to the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, said, according to a WAM report.
 
Saudi Arabia provided 30.061 million barrels, or 36.3% of the total, while Kuwait provided 9.571 million barrels or 11.6%.
Arab oil accounted for 75.030 or 90.6%, of Japan’s petroleum needs in April.
Japan’s total crude oil imports in that month amounted to 82.828 million barrels, the agency said. -- Tradearabia News Service

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