Saudi Arabia Accounted For 41% Of 1995 Suez Canal Oil Traffic
As indicated in the table below, Saudi Arabia accounted for 13,371,000 tons or 41.3% of the Suez Canal's 1995 northbound oil traffic which totaled 32,348,000 tons (comprising 19,294,000 tons of crude oil and 13,054,000 tons of petroleum products - see MEES, 6 May). However, the 1995 Saudi throughput figure is 35.5% lower than the equivalent 1994 figure of 20,729,000 tons. The latter figure...
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