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Caribbean aframax market suffers from lack of Venezuelan cargoes

The benchmark aframax time charter equivalent from the Caribbean to the US Gulf has dropped significantly, mainly due to the lack of Venezuelan cargoes headed for the US. There is no respite in sight in the short term

India could be willing to cut all imports of Venezuelan crude to satisfy US sanctions in return for further waivers on importing Iranian crude

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