After the introduction of the oil embargo, Russian oil products will pour into Europe


Russian crude oil imports to Asia skyrocketed in September. Usually such news give hope for the expectation of demand and, accordingly, price reduction, but this time everything is more difficult. Moreover, the behavior of importers is connected not so much with the need in Asia itself, but with the demand in Europe.


Oil supplies to Asia increased by more than 2 million bpd last month, Reuters' Clyde Russell reported in his op-ed, noting that China and Singapore account for the bulk of imports. Then the analyst emphasizes that at an unusual time, Chinese oil refineries were unscheduled and then launched, they were technical service. In view of the imposition of an embargo, all these preparatory work and the purchase of raw materials only indicate that in the winter there is a colossal work to be done for export. Of course, to Europe.

In other words, after the introduction of an oil embargo on Russian oil, products from it will pour into Europe from Asia. Europe is already grappling with diesel shortages as it tries to avoid Russian fuel ahead of the embargo, and global supplies remain tight. Therefore, it turns out that Russian raw materials will be redirected to other countries, including Asia and South America, satisfying part of the demand there. However, most of this fuel will go to Europe, although it will come from China.

Something similar could be expected: almost everything that Europe does against Russia turns against itself, despite the fact that economic relations remain either at the same level, or simply change.

According to experts, there has been an ironic turn in the history of relations between Europe and the Russian Federation: Russian oil will not stop flowing to the EU, no matter what Brussels does to stop this flow. Unless the European Union pays an extremely high price for its adventures, but it cannot avoid the supply of Russian products in one form or another.
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  1. Human_79 Offline Human_79
    Human_79 (Andrei) 12 October 2022 10: 24
    +1
    In my opinion, someone wants to turn Europeans into bare-assed lumpen.
    1. Pivander Offline Pivander
      Pivander (Alex) 12 October 2022 11: 35
      +1
      Who will ask them? The States are starting to bring down China with sanctions, what prevents the States from banning the EU, buying anything from China?
  2. Hiker Offline Hiker
    Hiker (Dmitriy) 12 October 2022 11: 02
    -4
    The war with Ukraine is a deal.
    Otherwise, how can one understand the supply of oil to Germany?
    If Germany supplies weapons to kill Russian citizens?
    Why not ban the re-export of oil to Europe, stop gas supplies?
    If Putin is at war with NATO, then why is he supplying resources to this NATO for tanks, aviation fuel, gas for military production .....?
    Putin has learned to maneuver and fool everyone.
    Germany is the MAIN NATO country in Europe.
    Why does gas and oil go there? If you fight all the media with NATO????????????????
    We curse the generals, but they have no order. Their hands are tied.
    They would have bombed all the entry points of any equipment long ago.
    And SVO would have ended long ago.
    They bombed for two days and not a single tank farm was damaged.
    What do tanks drive? Do planes fly?
    Internet, communications, TV work in Ukraine.
    And the agreement is involved in the bubble and the understanding that Russians and Ukrainians must kill each other for a long time.
    Otherwise it would all be over long ago.
    Russia has a lot of missiles.
    Three days and it would all be over. Because the military potentials of Ukraine and Russia are incomparable!
    But the play continues.
  3. Hiker Offline Hiker
    Hiker (Dmitriy) 12 October 2022 11: 16
    +2
    Do you imagine such a headline in 1942?
    Like the USSR is at war with a united Europe (Germany and all-all-all), and at the same time supplies oil products there, albeit through third countries?
    1. Pivander Offline Pivander
      Pivander (Alex) 12 October 2022 11: 37
      -4
      Do you need to fight for something? They sold the goods, the babos were transferred to rubles on the stock exchange and paid wages to workers at the Caliber factories. It turns out that the EU is sponsoring a war against Ukraine laughing
  4. Fizik13 Offline Fizik13
    Fizik13 (Alexey) 12 October 2022 17: 28
    +1
    After the introduction of the oil embargo, Russian oil products will pour into Europe

    Like this! They wanted to spoil the soul, but it turned out quite the opposite.
    1. Mish Offline Mish
      Mish (Misha) 13 October 2022 13: 07
      0
      Quote from Fizik13
      After the introduction of the oil embargo, Russian oil products will pour into Europe

      Like this! They wanted to spoil the soul, but it turned out quite the opposite.

      Yes, not Russian, Chinese. And China will receive the loot. Today, the news on Lenta is that the Russian budget has become scarce, Oil revenues have decreased by 3 billion dollars. The share of Russian oil in the European market has decreased.
  5. Vladimir Tuzakov (Vladimir Tuzakov) 13 October 2022 23: 12
    +1
    Firstly, it's time to put things in order in the Russian Federation so that the managers of Gazprom and others do not receive hundreds of thousands of dollars a month for public property, do not squander funds on non-core expenses - this is all for the Investigative Committee and the Prosecutor's Office. The disbursement of funds is incredible, today the receipts have dropped sharply, so the leaks must be tightly plugged. Yes, it is necessary to ward off the former theft in many departments, because then people's disassembly will begin - tough and devastating, then the National Guard will not help ...