Greece’s downstream oil industry adapts to shifting demands

EconomyFeatures By: Omaira Gill
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If the average person were asked to guess what Greece’s top export is, they might say olive oil or feta. They’d be wrong. It is refined petroleum.

As of 2015, the country ranked 21st worldwide for refined petroleum exports with a total of USD 8 billion or 1.3 percent of the global total and 29.9 percent of the country’s overall exports. Over 80 percent of the refined petroleum is exported to non-E...

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