The Crude Report: Russian crude - How flows have changed since the conflict in Ukraine began

Author Argus

Buyer reticence over Russian crude volumes has grown ever since the country’s conflict with Ukraine began in late February, leading to a dramatic redirection in flows of the key Urals grade that has reverberated round the world.

The situation is likely to intensify over the coming months, as more and more Russian volumes currently locked into long-term contracts will need to find a home.

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