The Crude Report: China cooling?

Author Argus

First in, first out. Although Chinese oil demand was first to be affected by Covid-19, it was also the first to recover, ending 2020 higher by 1.3mn b/d. Despite the recovery, there are now signs that Chinese crude buying is cooling.

In this episode of The Crude Report, vice president Tom Reed and reporter Alex Endress discuss what to watch for while taking China’s temperature.

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