Two diesel cargoes sailing from Russia to South America changed their destination, arriving in Brazil and not Chile, which will not receive Russian fuel unloadings.
The information was provided by Reuters news agency which, in previous days, based on information from different market sources and Refinitiv Eikon's ship monitoring data, pointed out that the vessels would arrive at terminals located in Guayacán, Coquimbo, which didn't happen.
Thus, the agency said the ships that had set Chile as their destination changed to Brazilian terminals.
Russia has exported fuel to many countries that previously imported little or none of . . .
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