Weight of Freight: Can oil markets withstand the loss of ESPO crude?

Author Argus

Russian crude grades, including ESPO, are being avoided in the oil market. What impact will it have on crude flows as tanker rates in Asia hit 2-year highs?

In this Weight of Freight podcast, Argus’ Freight Editor for Asia, Andrew Khaw is joined by Crude Editor Azlin Ahmad and Freight reporter Hamren Hamid, to discuss how crude and tanker markets might handle a drop in ESPO crude supplies. 

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