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Venezuela’s January oil exports fall 19% over contract reviews


Venezuela’s January oil exports fell despite a U.S. license authorizing Chevron Corp CVX.N to take cargoes for the first time

Asia’s crude oil imports hit record high, but it’s not China


Asia’s imports of crude oil reached a record high in January, but the strength wasn’t driven by China, with the

Kazakhstan increased oil exports bypassing Russia in 2022


Kazakhstan, the world’s largest landlocked country, increased oil exports that bypassed Russia last year, but was still heavily reliant on

U.S. oil imports up, exports down last week


U.S. crude oil imports increased while exports decreased during the week ending Jan. 27, the U.S. Energy Information Administration said

China boosts imports of fuel oil blended from Russian barrels


China’s independent refineries are ramping up imports of discounted fuel oil blended from Russian barrels to use as low-cost feedstock

‘Russia has become India’s largest oil supplier’: Russian Envoy


Russia has become India’s largest oil supplier and significantly contributed to the country’s energy security, said Russian Ambassador to India

Shell still taking LNG cargoes from Russia under Novatek contract


Shell is still receiving cargoes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Russia under its long-term contract with Novatek, a Shell

South Korea’s GS Caltex offers March jet fuel – sources


South Korea’s GS Caltex has issued a tender to sell March-loading jet fuel cargoes, three sources close to the matter

Freeport LNG seeks U.S. approval to restart loading at Texas export plant


Freeport LNG, the second biggest U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) exporter, sought approval from federal regulators to start loading LNG

Iraq exports over 100 mn barrels of crude oil in January


Iraq exported about 101.24 million barrels of crude oil in January, generating $7.69 billion in revenue, the country’s oil ministry

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