Weight of Freight: What if Russian crude gets banned in Europe?

Author Argus

The ripple effects from the Russia-Ukraine conflict are spreading through the oil and shipping markets. Uncertainty rules the day as the industry prepares for potential scenarios. One of those is sanctions being imposed on Russian crude.

What would be the impact on crude prices and trade flows and how would the tanker market react to the shuffle in Europe’s oil diet?

In this Weight of Freight podcast, Argus’ Head of Freight Alex Younevitch is joined by EMEA Freight Editor Will Collins and Vice President for Crude James Gooder to answer these and other burning questions.

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