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Listen: Crude sellers count the cost of mounting freight rates

As trade tensions take their toll on the shipping sector, will sellers of crude oil have to slash differentials to offset the high cost of transport? And how can the owners of clean vessels capitalise on high rates? Platts reporters Emma Kettley and Chris To discuss the market with Joel Hanley in this week's podcast.

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