OPEC crude oil exports will fall by 210000 barrels

2022-10-02
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OPEC crude oil exports will fall by 210000 barrels per day in the past four weeks

oil movements, the tanker tracking agency, said in its weekly report that OPEC crude oil exports are expected to decline in the four weeks ended September 30, as demand is weak as the overhaul season approaches. According to the current tracking agency of the oil tanker based in the UK, OPEC crude oil exports are expected to decline by 210000 barrels per day to 25.05 million barrels per day in the four weeks ended September 30 (moving the aperture to the center of the field of vision)

it is expected that the loading volume will decline, because the refinery will start maintenance before the end of the summer driving season in the United States and the winter in the northern hemisphere, according to different experimental methods and scope of application, and the demand will increase again when winter comes, said Roy Mason, director of oil movements

at the end of the third quarter, the oil in transit or in offshore oil depots stabilized at 22million barrels, higher than the level at the beginning of the third quarter, reflecting the growth of inventories on land and at sea, Mason said

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