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• Iraq has surpassed Saudi Arabia as the world’s top crude exporter to India for the third time this year. This is based on Reuters tanker data. There is a constant back and forth battle between these two largest OPEC producers in terms of Asian market share. This is bad news for Saudi Arabia, which also saw Russia beat it out for the top exporter to China in September. Iraq continues to expand its market share in India because while the Saudis sell oil at OSP under term deals, Iraqi oil is also sold in the spot market so can be found at discounts. India shipped in about a fifth of its imports from Iraq in September, while Saudi Arabia's share dropped to 17% from about 22% in August. Keep an eye out for Saudi Arabia’s attempts to break further into new markets to make up for this loss in Asian market share.

• Syrian officials say the oil and gas industry has now suffered more than $50 billion in industry losses since 2011 due to terrorist attacks and US-led air strikes—both of which are blamed for seriously damaging infrastructure. Syria was producing some 385,000 bpd before the conflict broke out. Officials now put production at under 9,700 bpd and 14.8 million cubic meters of natural gas per day.

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