Australia is set to become Asia’s biggest importer of fuels, opening up trading opportunities in one of the world’s most profitable energy markets, as ageing Caltex and Shell oil refineries near Sydney shut and other plants look vulnerable.
The trend will reverberate across energy markets since Australia burns top-quality fuels and a rise in imports means more competition for Europe — Asia’s top buyer of such grades.
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