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Avoiding pand-ammonia


How to kick-start a global low-carbon ammonia industry
Ammonia shapes modern life in every way imaginable. As the basis for

Power Demand Slows in China, Regional Supply Tight in Peak Season


Ongoing restrictions and testing requirements as part of China’s “dynamic zero” pandemic-control measures, although mildly eased on 11 November 2022,

The Commodities Feed: Oil weakness


Energy – WTI prompt spread in contango
The oil market finished last week under pressure. ICE Brent had its worst

Oil prices ease to trade near 2-month lows on China demand fears, dollar strength


Oil prices dropped to trade near two-month lows on Monday, having earlier slid by around $1 a barrel, as supply

Europe’s gas storage peaks after record refill season


Europe’s gas storage probably peaked this week ahead of the winter after a refill season that shattered records for its

EU’s proposed natural gas price cap will ‘distort’ market signals, Rystad says


The European Commission’s proposed price cap on natural gas will “distort” market signals with potential “unintended consequences” for demand and

EU expects to be ready for Russia oil price cap Dec. 5 start – officials


The European Union expects to have its regulations completed in time for the introduction of a G7 plan to cap

European refiners oversupplied as oil shortage fears subside


European refiners have found themselves oversupplied with crude as an expected shortage owing to the looming EU ban on Russian

Exceptionally High US Refining Margins to Reverse Next Year


Fitch Ratings expects US refiners’ crack spreads to fall in 2023 from record setting levels, resulting in an approximate 40%

Trump’s former Treasury secretary calls G-7 Russian oil price cap ‘the most ridiculous idea I’ve ever heard’


Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin described the G-7′s plan for a price cap on Russian oil as “ridiculous.”

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