As Asian oil demand recovery shows signs of sustaining the strong momentum, there were two key questions that's keeping refiners on tenterhooks -- if purchasing Russian crude would increasingly get tougher following the recent pledge by G7 leaders to ensure stricter policy enforcement. And, if OPEC and its allies would aim for further cuts as prices have climbed down to relatively modest levels.
In a wide-ranging discussion with Asia Energy Editor, Sambit Mohanty, three senior market experts at S&P Global Commodity Insights -- Kang Wu, Head of Global Demand and Asia Analytics, Herman Wang, Associate Editorial News Director for the Middle East and Europe, and Paul Sheldon, Chief Geopolitical Advisor -- share their insights on Russian flows, the future strategy of OPEC+ and other key issues that could potentially alter the oil supply landscape.
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