- The Wall Street Journal•2 days ago
Independent refiners in China, known as “teapots,” have emerged as perhaps the most important force in oil markets today, and OPEC is increasingly counting on them to help boost exports.
- Barrons.com•2 days ago
The Wall Street Journal has an interesting article talking about how teapots, private oil refiners in China, are reshaping global oil markets. China's teapot refineries have switched from being consumers of oil to buyers in the international market, accounting for 20% of current Chinese imports. The Journal's Brian Spegele, Jenny Hsu and Dan Strumpf reported: Within OPEC, there is competition to tap teapots’ demand.
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