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Oil sales from Angola to Spain doubled to 548 thousand tons in October

Spain doubled oil imports from Angola in October, to the highest value since August 2018, in a list of suppliers led for the fourth consecutive month by Brazil, according to official data.


According to official data from the Spanish energy regulator, CORES, cited by the financial information agency Bloomberg, Angola's oil imports doubled in October, compared to the same period in 2022, to 548 thousand tons, with Brazil maintaining as the main supplier in Spain for the fourth consecutive month, surpassing the United States of America.

In October, after Brazil, the largest oil suppliers to Spain were the United States, Angola and Nigeria, with total crude imports increasing 11.3 percent to 5.3 million tons.

Bloomberg notes that the appetite for African oil has increased since last year, following Russia's invasion of Ukraine and the resulting sanctions imposed by the European Union on Russia.

CORES is a non-profit public company that operates under the supervision of the Ministry of Ecological Transition and Demographic Challenge, according to information available on the website.


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