China’s oil product exports are likely to be flat in February, compared with January, as there was not much room to make changes to planned exports, but volumes are expected to rise significantly in March given the extremely weak domestic demand due to the outbreak of the coronavirus, or Covid-19, market sources said this week. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now “We don’t expect a heavy product outflow from China in February as export plans have been fixed with most cargoes sold in January. Refineries balanced the market with a sharp reduction in throughput rather than oil product exports in this month,” a Singapore-based trader with a Chinese state-owned oil company said. S&P Global Platts’ survey of […]