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Listen: The future of naphtha and diesel flows after EU sanctions

  • Featuring
  • Joel Hanley    Vinicius Eduardo Maffei    Rowan Staden-Coats
  • Commodity
  • Energy Oil
  • Length
  • 19:26
  • Topic
  • Europe Energy Price Crisis War in Ukraine

What will replace Russian diesel and naphtha flows to Europe after EU sanctions take effect on 5 February? Where will Russian supply go instead?

In this episode of the Platts Oil Markets Podcast, S&P Global Commodity Insights editors Rowan Staden-Coats and Vinicius Maffei join Joel Hanley to discuss the expected impact of the upcoming sanctions, what uncertainties remain about replacement supply and whether Russian production will have to be cut after 5 February, and what impact this could have on global supply and prices.

Related price symbols:
CIF ARA 10ppm ULSD cargoes #AAVBG00
CIF NEW naphtha cargoes #PAAAL00

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