Japan crude and condensate imports from Iran fell to 48,000 b/d in October, the second lowest this year. Imports appear to have fallen to zero in November. Arrivals will likely remain zero in December. But, with Japan among the eight countries granted US waivers to keep importing (MEES, 9 November), Japan Petroleum Association honcho Takashi Tsukioka says he expects loadings to resume in late December – implying January-arrival cargoes in Japan. "The amount of the imports will...
Japan Winds Down Iran Oil Imports
Published on Fri, 30 Nov 2018 - Volume: 61 Issue: 48Print
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