Oil on a pumpjack in Russia. Photographer: Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg In the first quarter, much of the oil that was sold above $60 was transported using services from firms in G-7 countries, according to a team of researchers who analyzed trade and shipping data. That would suggest widespread breaches of the rules, they said. (Credit: Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg)

(Bloomberg) — Key figures in the insurance industry said rising Russian oil prices are making it harder for them to know if they can lawfully cover Russian cargoes.

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