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Listen: Asia's ample US crude imports in H1 unlikely to rattle OPEC producers

Asia's high volume of US crude imports in the first half 2020 could prove a false alarm for OPEC+ producers fretting over their shrinking share of the Asian demand pie following the coronavirus pandemic. S&P Global Platts oil editors Surabhi Sahu and Gawoon Philip Vahn discuss Asia's crude appetite for the second half of 2020 and how several refiners in the region planning their crude purchases for the months ahead as WTI increasingly proves much more expensive than Middle Eastern grades.