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Oil imports

Oil & Gas

China oil imports rebound as new emergency reserves open

China’s crude imports rebounded last month to near a record as the world’s second-largest oil consumer began filling tanks at a new strategic petroleum reserve site. Overseas shipments rose to 29.49 million metric tons in June, a 27 percent increase from May when shipments were the least since February 2014, according to preliminary data released by the Beijing-based General Administration of Customs on Monday. Oil imports last month were equivalent to about 7.2 million barrels a day compared with a record 7.4 million in April, Bloomberg calculations show. China’s crude imports rose as it began filling the second phase of emergency reserves in the eastern city of Qingdao that have a capacity of 3 million cubic meters (about 19 million barrels). Oil imports may climb in the third quarter from the previous three months as another storage site in the southern Chinese city of Huizhou is scheduled to open, ICIS China, a Shanghai-based commodity researcher, said July 1.