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Ataques en instalaciones rusas impulsan los precios del petróleo internacional

Los precios internacionales del petróleo experimentaron un notable aumento el lunes, impulsados por una serie de ataques perpetrados por Ucrania contra sitios de almacenamiento y refinación en Rusia, junto con señales de una creciente demanda en Estados Unidos.

En el mercado de Londres, el precio del barril de Brent del Mar del Norte para entrega en julio registró un alza del 0,68%, cerrando en 83,36 dólares.

Por otro lado, en Nueva York, el barril de American West Texas Intermediate (WTI) con vencimiento en junio, aumentó un 1,09%, alcanzando los 79,12 dólares.

Phil Flynn, analista de Price Futures Group, señaló que “el riesgo geopolítico está reapareciendo en el mercado del petróleo”, con un enfoque particular en la tensa relación entre Rusia y Ucrania.

En los últimos días, Ucrania ha llevado a cabo ataques contra una refinería rusa en la república de Bashkorstan, otra en Volgogrado y una terminal petrolera en Belgorod. Estos ataques se suman a una serie de acciones similares ocurridas en los últimos meses, lo que ha reducido las capacidades de refinamiento de Rusia.

Se estima que las exportaciones de diésel desde los principales puertos del oeste de Rusia caerán a su nivel más bajo en al menos tres años durante el mes de mayo, según datos de la empresa Kpler. Esto representa una disminución de más del 30% en comparación con el mes de abril, lo que refleja el impacto significativo de los ataques en la producción y exportación de petróleo ruso.

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