Monday, 21 July 2014 - 19:40
Iran rejects selling oil to Sri Lanka
Mohsen Qamsari, an official with the National Iranian Oil Company, rejected the claims that Iran is selling crude oil to Greece, Sri Lanka, and South Africa.
He said China with 400,000 barrels per day is the biggest costumer of Iranian crude oil.
India with 25 percent is the second biggest costumer of Iranian oil/
He went on to note that South Korea, Japan, and Turkey are the other main costumers of Iranian oil.
Qamsari earlier this week rejected the International Energy Agency's report about a 26-percent decrease in the country's oil exports in June.
Iran's current production stands at 2.731 million barrels per day.