None of those are suitable and you will almost certainly get problems in the future. The correct oil is ESSENTIAL in the 1.6 Turbo Diesel.
The standard oil feed to the turbo is too small and the strainer beneath it gets clogged with sludge and it's bye-bye turbo! The new turbo kit
has a larger feed pipe, I believe and this is said to reduce the risk of further premature turbo failure. I think there's someone here on their third turbo!!
Halfords do a suitable oil:
Halfords 5W/30 Peugeot / Citroen Fully Synthetic Motor Oil 5 Litres meets the requirements of Peugeot & Citroen PSA B71 2290
formulated to the same protection & performance standards as leading brands. But it's bloomin' dear! (and it's made by Comma, see below!)
You can buy the correct recommended oil from Neilsens, I get mine from them...It's what Citroen recommends and they sell it much cheaper
that you can get it from most places in the UK.
They deliver to your door and they're very reliable.
Comma Pro-Tech 5w30 Fully Synthetic Motor Oil meets the PAS spec. and can be bought at many factors and from eBay for £30.00 inc del.
Carlube Triple R 5w30 Longlife Fully Synthetic C2 is around the same price as Comma but prices vary more between outlets.
That should do you for a bit......
You would also be strongly recommended to change the oil and filter at 9,000 mile intervals instead of the recommended 12,000 miles.
At the moment (July 11th.) Neilsen are still the cheapest at under £26 delivered.