Twitter tracker shows Russian Urals crude coming to Malaysia

Publish date: Sun, 15 May 2022, 01:43 PM

Trust you guys are aware that Hengyuan uses at least 16% of Russian Crude in their feed in 2021. After 22 Dec 21' it can fully utilize any crude it wants as the COSA agreement made in 2016 with Shell expires.


Found this interesting tool:

The Twitter bot tracking Russian oil and gas tankers in real time


Batch in April 22:








Batch in May'22 




Above is a no brainer considering the discount againts Brent (now hitting close to 40 USD/brl).



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Malaysia does not recognise unilateral sanctions, remains non-aligned to any side

1 month ago


Need to scroll down to the particular date i mentioned in the posting to check & verify yourself

1 month ago


Difference between Urals and and Brent oil price from December 31, 2021 to May 5, 2022

Thu, Apr 28, 2022

Russian oil – oil tanker data revelation

Fifty-two were going to China, 28 to South Korea, 25 to India, nine to Japan and one to Malaysia

How many barrels can load in VLCC?

Then, how much crude oil can load in VLCC, the Very Large Crude Carrier?
The size of cargo tanks varies from ship to ship, but many of the recently built VLCCs are designed to load about 2 million barrels of crude oil.


Hengyuan processing capacity per Quarter is 10 million barrels, at 16% Russian Crude, it needs about 1.6 million barrels

1 month ago


Some news in Mar 22'- to show significance of Russian crude

MOL’s refining margins have been boosted by its cheap Russian oil intake and also a jump in its diesel and gasoline crack spreads.

According to MOL’s data, its refinery margin rose to $33.7 per barrel in March from $3.4 in February.

1 month ago


Only 1 puny tanker?

Must be a high postcount low IQ forget to close Future
Sending the crude to his front gate

1 month ago


Post removed.Why?

1 month ago


How the tracker works

The fully automated Twitter bot has been entirely created by Greenpeace and aims to track the large Oil & Gas Tankers (deadweight tonnage>= 50,000 tonnes) that have left a list of Russian oil and gas terminals since Putin invaded Ukraine on February 24.

Using MarineTraffic API data services, the cloud-based solution pulls data about vessel position from transceivers on board (AIS) as well as port calls data for a variety of events including departures, destination, change of destination, arrivals. Messages are generated from the data using pre-defined templates and automatically posted to the Twitter bot account.

The data on shipments has been gathered starting from February 24, and the Twitter bot started issuing alerts earlier this week.

You can view the tracker here:

1 month ago


MAY 15 2022

Read more at:

While Europe may stop buying Russian crude, it’s unlikely to be able to avoid diesel fuel made from that crude. The direct diesel trade between Russia and European countries may halt, but products made from Russian crude in overseas refineries will still arrive at European ports. Russian crude processed in overseas refineries ceases to be Russian. Diesel produced at, say, an Indian refinery is Indian diesel, no matter whether the crude came from Saudi Arabia, Russia, or anywhere else. Products are made to tight specifications required in consuming countries and there is no mechanism to determine where the crude they were produced from originated.

1 month ago


Malaysia will certainly be hit with secondary sanctions by US/EU. Get the popcorn ready.

1 month ago


Malaysia has been sanction by US and EU for the longest time! Just look at our palm export! All so called force labor to sanction our exports!
So, Malaysia is right to import Russia oil as Malaysia only recognise UN sanction not US or EU!

1 month ago


Shhhh. Don’t make it known to Uncle Sam or our stock goes down the drain

1 month ago

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