The Crude Report: Fundamental uncertainties triggering political responses and strategic supplies

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Sanctions on Russia have disrupted crude oil trade and escalated political pleas for additional sources of supply to cover a period of increasing fundamental supply/demand uncertainties.

Stephen Jones, SVP Oil Markets Strategy and Chief Economist David Fyfe explore the supply losses, the coming strategic stock releases and what might come next.

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