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SK Energy still assessing how much to cut Iran crude imports

Reuters – Apr 26, 2012

South Korean refiner importing 10-15 percent of monthly crude imports from Iran * Says securing alternative supplies (Adds details) SEOUL, April 27 (Reuters) - South Korean's largest oil refiner, SK Energy, is securing alternative supplies to make up for potential cuts in monthly Iranian crude imports from the current 10-15 percent level due to Western sanctions on Tehran, its parent company said on Friday. South Korea, the world's No.4 buyer, has joined China, Japan and India, the other key consumers of Iran's 2.2 million barrels per day ...

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