US Monitors Russia Price Cap as Urals Pushes Higher

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The US is looking to improve the G7 price cap mechanism imposed on Russia’s oil exports after its main crude export grade Urals pushed above the $60 per barrel threshold, while insisting that the cap continues to limit the Kremlin’s oil revenues.

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