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China’s record crude oil, copper imports are more history lesson than predictor


China’s imports of crude oil and copper surged to records in June, while iron ore hit the highest in 33

China’s June crude oil imports rise to 2nd straight monthly record on bargain purchases


China’s June crude oil imports jumped by a third from the same period a year earlier, setting a second straight

Lebanon seeks fuel imports from Kuwait – newspaper


Lebanon wants to negotiate fuel imports with Kuwait to help Beirut cope with an economic and financial crisis, Lebanon’s internal

China H1 crude oil imports rise 9.9%, soybean rise 17.9% – customs


China Jan-June crude oil imports up 9.9% at 269 million tonnes, according to a statement by General Administration of Customs

Russia’s Gazprom Neft sends its first oil cargo to China via Arctic route


Russia’s Gazprom Neft, the oil arm of gas giant Gazprom, has shipped its first cargo with Arctic oil to China

Saudi Aramco cuts August heavier crude supply for Asian refiners -sources


Saudi Arabia’s state-owned oil company Saudi Aramco will reduce its August-loading shipments of medium and heavy crude grades to at

Russia keeps U.S. fuel oil exports high as Washington seeks to replace Venezuelan barrels


Russia kept fuel oil exports to the United States close to its record-highs in the first six months of this

Saudi oil exports in Aug to stay at July level -sources


Saudi Arabia’s oil exports in August will remain the same as in July as the extra barrels the kingdom is

Making The Most Of Low Prices: A Short Guide For Natural Gas Importers


Prices of natural gas have fallen precipitously in recent months as the global COVID-19 pandemic deepened the already existing misalignment

Low-sulphur gasoil deliveries for July rise at expiry


Deliveries of low-sulphur gasoil for July rose to 3,185 lots, or 318,500 tonnes, InterContinental Exchange data showed.

The contract expired at

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