Some stranded Russian Sokol oil cargoes begin to move to China, India - data

Feb 19 2024


Tankers with Russian oil that had been stranded at sea have started to move towards China and India,

MOSCOW, Feb 19 (Reuters) - Three tankers with Russian Sokol oil that had been stranded at sea due to payment problems and Western sanctions have started to move towards China and India, data from Kpler and LSEG showed on Monday.
 

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