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Russian Urals Tanker Unloaded in India After Month Delay

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A Russian tanker that was floating off India’s west coast for more than a month has finally discharged its cargo, according to Bloomberg.

  • This is a sign that the disruption that had beset the trade previously is now abating.
  • The Afragold discharges around 0.1m mt of Urals at Mundra, according to Bloomberg. This follows it floating off India’s west coast for 36 days.
  • Five tankers also recently completed discharges after being delayed by over a week, with one tanker – Centurion – drifting for over 50 days.
  • Indian refiners had been rejecting Sovcomflot cargoes after it was sanctioned by the US.
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A Russian tanker that was floating off India’s west coast for more than a month has finally discharged its cargo, according to Bloomberg.

  • This is a sign that the disruption that had beset the trade previously is now abating.
  • The Afragold discharges around 0.1m mt of Urals at Mundra, according to Bloomberg. This follows it floating off India’s west coast for 36 days.
  • Five tankers also recently completed discharges after being delayed by over a week, with one tanker – Centurion – drifting for over 50 days.
  • Indian refiners had been rejecting Sovcomflot cargoes after it was sanctioned by the US.