Weaker Chinese demand makes Atlantic Basin crude sellers look elsewhere
Chinese refiners are not importing as much crude oil. Poor arbitrage economics, surging outright prices, and pressure on the independent refining sector have reduced the country's demand for long-haul Atlantic basin barrels in recent trading cycles, forcing sellers of these grades to discount and look elsewhere, according to market participants.
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