China Crude Buying Seen Buoyed as Output Drop Lures Imports

  • August output falls 9.9% y-o-y to 3.89 million barrels a day
  • Refinery runs seen rising as peak maintenance seasons ends

China’s crude oil imports may rise further in the coming months as tumbling domestic output leaves refiners looking overseas for supplies, helping ease a persistent global glut.

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