How Did the US Replace Russian Oil Imports?

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Since implementing an embargo on crude and products shipments on Russian crude and products shipments a year ago, the US has largely replaced those imports with volumes from a variety of sources, including Iraq, Mexico, Brazil and Saudi Arabia.

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