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Overheated Mediterranean oil market cools as refiners seek other grades


Premiums for Mediterranean oil grades over dated Brent have eased in the past few days as European refiners turn to

Jordan to resume import of Iraqi crude oil this week: minister


The Kingdom will resume importing Iraqi crude oil within the next two days, Energy Minister Hala Zawati announced on Tuesday.


UAE’s ADNOC to boost August oil exports as OPEC+ cuts set to ease- sources


Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) plans to boost its oil exports in August, the first signal that OPEC and

India’s Essar Steel seeks LNG cargoes for 2021-2023 delivery – sources


India’s Essar Steel is seeking liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargoes for delivery over 2021 to 2023, two industry sources said

Gazprom’s pipeline gas exports in Jan-May down 53% y/y to $9.7 bln – reports


Revenues of Russian gas giant Gazprom from pipeline natural gas exports fell by 53% in January – May to $9.7

India: Edible Oil Imports Hit 8-Month High In June As Consumption Goes Up


India’s edible oil imports hit 8-month high in June 2020 as the supply pipelines started getting replenished after going nearly

U.S. natural gas exports to Mexico set to rise with completion of the Wahalajara system


-Exports of natural gas by pipeline are the largest component of U.S. natural gas trade, accounting for 40% of all

China Is Unlikely to Meet Purchase Targets for U.S. Energy


Economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic has cast doubt on whether China can meet its targets to buy U.S. goods

Sweeter, lighter, cheaper: refiners seek oil to meet rising gasoline demand


With more cars taking to the roads as coronavirus lockdowns ease, demand for lighter, sweeter oil more suitable for refining

Aramco Trading sells crude from Malaysia as refinery remains shut: sources


Aramco Trading Co (ATC), has sold close to 10 million barrels of crude oil it held around Malaysia since its

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