The Crude Report: Price caps on Russian oil exports

Author Argus

The G7 is planning to impose price caps on exports of Russian oil to destinations outside North America and Europe after 5 December.

Argus chief economist David Fyfe, senior news reporter Ruxandra Iordache and editor at large Haik Gugarats discuss details and likely market effects of the plan.

 

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