Chinese Plant in Ghana Set to Refine Russian Crude

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Ghana is preparing to receive its second shipment of Russian crude oil this year — a 1 million barrel cargo exported by Gazprom Neft that left the northern port of Murmansk in early August aboard the Greek-owned Nissos Tinos.

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