Arab countries share in India’s total import of crude oil



Arab countries are accounted as major suppliers of India’s import to petroleum. These countries constitute around 58% of India’s total crude oil import. 

Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Kuwait, UAE and Qatar are among the top ten exporting countries of India’s crude oil import while Saudi Arabia is top exporting country.

Share of Arab countries is shown in given table for the last two financial years 

Crude Oil Imports by India from Arab Countries
(Figure in MMT)
Countries
2012-13
2013-14(P)
Saudi Arabia
36.69
38.18
Iraq
24.04
24.63
Kuwait
18.9
20.35
UAE
14.47
13.98
Qatar
6.9
5.15
Egypt
2.57
2.59
Oman
0.66
2.07
Cameroon
0.35
0.69
Sudan
0.08
0.64
Algeria
0.26
0.52
Yemen
0.6
0.49
Libya
1.66
0.27
Total of Arab Countries
107.18
109.56
Total
184.8
189.24
Share of Arab Countries
58.00
57.89
Abbr. : P : Provisional.
Compiled by IndoArabInfo from various govt. publications


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