The Crude Report: West Africa’s changing flows

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Russia’s war with Ukraine continues to have far-reaching consequences for global crude flows. Senior reporter Andy Devine joins Argus Crude editor Michael Carolan to discuss the changing customer base – and price – of west Africa’s crude production.

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