How Russian tankers are evading the oil price cap

"Russia has built up a so-called “dark fleet” of oil tankers able to operate without western insurance or other services. This has allowed Moscow to obtain higher prices for its oil as the global market has tightened. The average price of Russia’s main export grade, Urals, has risen above $60 a barrel since July."

For more, see the Financial Times.

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