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Listen: Libyan crude supply starts returning to market despite continued unrest

Platts Europe & Africa crude oil team leader Robert Beaman discusses recent developments in Libyan crude exports with Urals and Mediterranean editor Paula VanLaningham. As some Libyan crude returns to market from the west of the country while exports from the east remain limited, they discuss how this changing supply has impacted the Mediterranean sweet crude market.


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