Russian oil supplies plummeted after US sanctions
During the week from November 12 to November 19, the daily volume of supplies immediately fell by 580 thousand barrels per day compared to the previous week. In just four weeks, from October 22 to November 19, sea exports amounted to 3.23 million barrels per day.
Such dynamics is observed against the background of new US sanctions, which have begun to punish tankers involved in the transportation of Russian oil in violation of the price ceiling for it.
On November 16, the ships Kazan, Ligovsky Prospect and NS Century, sailing under the flag of Liberia, and related trading companies were hit. They were engaged in the delivery of oil to India, and one of the tankers is due to arrive in the Indian Vadinar this week.