Saras


Q1: Margin revival sets the stage for a refining profit upturn ahead

16/05/24 -"As the refining margin normalized, Saras, the single largest refiner in the Mediterranean region, saw significant yoy declines in its comparable EBITDA (-31% yoy) and net result (-40%). However ..."

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16/05/24
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