China’s refineries pumped out more oil products than at any point in their history in the first four months of this year. This is perhaps not too surprising given that the removal of COVID-19 restrictions was always going to give a boost in demand. But a closer look at China’s consumption for specific oil products suggests that there is scope for crude demand to rise further by the end of the year.
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