Jordan’s Iraqi Crude Imports Set To Rise To 15,000 B/D
Jordan’s imports of Iraqi crude are set to rise to 15,000 b/d, a spokesman of the ‘Amman-based consortium Dhiabat and Zoubi announced. The consortium transports the Iraqi crude overland by tanker truck from Baiji in Iraq to the 100,000 b/d Zarqa refinery in Jordan.
According to MEES sources, imports of Iraqi crude averaged 11,000 b/d in December last year, and 10,000 b/d in...
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