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India's growing refinery capacity to spur demand for crude tankers

Reliance on imported crude is rising in India as domestic production fails to grow. Also, additional refining capacity due to come online in the next two years is likely to further increase Indian demand for crude tankers

Developments in new refining capacity are likely to be the main driving force behind the growth in crude import demand

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