Saudi Arabia covered 45.3% of Japan’s oil needs in August

Japan imported 33.181 million barrels of crude oil from Saudi Arabia in August 2020, representing 45.3 percent of total Japanese oil imports that month, according to Reuters. According to data from the Energy and Natural Resources Agency in Tokyo, it imported 18.143 million barrels of crude oil from the UAE, representing 24.8 percent, from Kuwait 6.266 million barrels 8.6 percent, and from Russia 7.0 percent.
The amount of crude oil imported by Japan that month reached 73.189 million barrels. Within this quantity, the proportion of Arab oil was 88.7 percent, or 64.916 million barrels. The UAE is one of the world’s richest countries in oil, and it is a member of the OPEC group of exporting countries.

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