Market Talks: Brazil importers adjust diesel delivery dates

Author Argus

Since the outbreak of the Russia-Ukraine conflict, Brazilian diesel importers are facing limited product availability in the US Gulf Coast and have sought alternative supplies in the Mideast Gulf, west Africa and India, which requires longer wait times landings.

Join Camila Dias, Argus Brazil Country Manager, and Gabrielle Moreira, Reporter for Argus Brazil Motor Fuels, as they talk about the delivery dates adjustments and supply diversification.

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(Podcast episode is in Portuguese.)

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