The Crude Report: Russia’s Far East Sokol and ESPO Blend

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Russia’s Sokol and ESPO Blend crude oil grades, produced in the country’s Far East, have relatively easy access to the world’s largest crude oil buyer, China.

In this episode of The Crude Report, our Vice President Will Harwood and Asia-Pacific and Middle East crude markets editor Azlin Ahmad, talk through the market fundamentals behind the Sokol and ESPO Blend crude.

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