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Europe Loads Up on Russian Crude Ahead of Ban

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European refiners have been loading up on Russian crude and buying more Norwegian and US crude as they prepare for the start of the EU's ban on crude imports from Russia, which is now just over two months away.

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Oil Demand, Sanctions, Crude Oil, Oil Supply, Refining, Ukraine Crisis
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