India’s crude imports surged to 5 million b/d in October to register the highest monthly inflows in more than seven years as refiners rushed to ship in cargoes amid doubts on whether New Delhi would win a waiver on Iran. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now But with India figuring in the list of eight countries that have secured temporary waivers from Washington, analysts and market sources said that the urgency to bring in cargoes had subsided, meaning overall imports from November onwards could ease from October levels. India’s October crude oil imports surged to 21.02 million mt, or 5 million b/d, registering a 10.5% year-on-year growth. It was also up 17.3% from September levels. The volume was the […]