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Singapore seeks to appoint two new LNG term importers


Singapore’s Energy Market Authority is seeking to appoint two new liquefied natural gas (LNG) term importers for the city-state, adding

India’s Reliance to load Venezuelan oil cargo under fuel swap deal: sources


India’s Reliance will load its first cargo of Venezuelan crude in three months this week in exchange for diesel under

Latam gas demand drop weighs on LNG imports from United States


A sharp drop in Latin American gas demand amid the coronavirus crisis this year reduced imports of U.S. liquefied natural

U.S. refiners ramp up crude imports from Mexico to 8-year high


U.S. crude oil imports from Mexico surged to the highest level in more than eight years last week as swelling

Coronavirus demand destruction cuts U.S. LNG exports to over 20-month low


Natural gas flows to U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) export plants plunged this month after falling to a 20-month low

U.S. LNG exports critical to global emissions reductions


A new study released today by API and conducted by researchers at ICF examines the environmental benefits of U.S. natural

Zhejiang wins China’s first private fuel export licence – sources


China has granted Zhejiang Petroleum & Chemical Co (ZPC) a licence to export refined oil products, making it the first

China grants more crude oil import quotas to private refiners -sources


China has issued more non-state crude oil import quotas to refiners, for a total of 26.84 million tonnes (195.93 million

Iran exports 273,000 bpd of crude oil in June


It is estimated that Islamic Republic of Iran has exported 273,000 barrels of oil per day (bpd) in June 2020.


Large increase in crude oil flows from USA to China while Korean imports fell sharply


China’s imports of US crude oil are expected to hit record-high levels in July with cargoes shipped in May having

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