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Russia’s seaborne Crude Oil commodities in the seven days to July 1 bounced back from the earlier week’s dive, however shipments to Asia are slipping, even as streams are redirected to the nation’s Black Sea terminal to shorten the journey distance to India.

Total aggregate crude moves from Russian ports were up week-on-week by 23%, recuperating the majority of the volume lost over the past seven days during a concise end in shipments from the Baltic port of Primorsk. In any case, cargoes headed for Asia — a significant market where China and India have stepped in to set up Russian products others have given a wide birth to in light of its attack of Ukraine — were down and falling near over 15% on both a week by week and four-week normal premise from the highs seen toward the finish of May.

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