An oil drilling rig off the US Pacific coast in California on 4 January 2018 after the Trump administration announced plans to dramatically expand offshore drilling. Photo: EPA-EFE An oil drilling rig off the US Pacific coast in California on 4 January 2018 after the Trump administration announced plans to dramatically expand offshore drilling. Photo: EPA-EFE
An oil drilling rig off the US Pacific coast in California on 4 January 2018 after the Trump administration announced plans to dramatically expand offshore drilling. Photo: EPA-EFE
Energy

American oil is flowing freely to China again, after slowing to a trickle

  • Sinopec’s unit Unipec is chartering the Coswisdom Lake tanker, with the capacity for 2 million barrels of oil to pick up crude from the US Gulf coast for delivery to China
  • Another tanker, the Maran Artemis, is off the coast of Qingdao, after picking up oil in Galveston

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An oil drilling rig off the US Pacific coast in California on 4 January 2018 after the Trump administration announced plans to dramatically expand offshore drilling. Photo: EPA-EFE An oil drilling rig off the US Pacific coast in California on 4 January 2018 after the Trump administration announced plans to dramatically expand offshore drilling. Photo: EPA-EFE
An oil drilling rig off the US Pacific coast in California on 4 January 2018 after the Trump administration announced plans to dramatically expand offshore drilling. Photo: EPA-EFE
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