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Outlook for Russian Refining Margins Turns Bleak

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In the first two weeks of September, Russia’s refineries have watched their margins dwindle now that the summer driving season is over and the government slashed a key subsidy for domestic sales of gasoline. Margins, in fact, have reached their lowest point since the start of the war in Ukraine in February.

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Refining, Oil Products, Ukraine Crisis
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