According to the data, Iran exported 2.25 mbpd of crude oil to Asian and European markets during the period.
China, India, Japan, South Korea and European countries, including Italy, France, the Netherlands and Greece make up the list of clients of Iran’s crude oil and gas condensate.
Iran also shipped 430,000 bpd of condensate to its clients in Asia where South Korea alone took half of the cargos of the superlight form of crude, it added.
China and India remained the prime recipients of crude from Iran, lifting more than 1 million bpd combined.
India bought an average of 450,000 bpd of Iranian oil between the beginning of 2017 to the end of August. Indian oil imports from Iran hit a record high in July, when the country’s refineries purchased 500,000 barrels a day.