LAUNCESTON, Australia, December 1 (Reuters) – Asia’s crude oil imports most likely rose to a record high in November, but much of the strength came from refiners stockpiling ahead of potential disruptions to supplies from Russia.

According to data compiled by Refinitiv Oil Research, a total of 119.12 million tonnes of crude oil was landed in November, equivalent to 29.1 million barrels per day (bpd).

This was significantly higher than October’s 25.6 million bpd and the 26.6…

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