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US’ top gas basin for LNG exports set for 20% output decline in a $1.80-$1.90 Henry Hub scenario


The Haynesville gas basin, arguably the most important basin for liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports in the US due to

Fuel imports fall by 55pc in April


Petroleum imports plunged by nearly 55 per cent in April owing to a steep reduction in domestic demand as a

Turkey cools on Moscow’s natural gas to snap up cheaper Russian LNG


Russia’s Yamal LNG plant delivered a spot cargo to Turkey last month, trading sources said and data showed, only the

Belarus says buys 80,000 tonnes of U.S. oil


Belarusian state energy company Belneftekhim said on Friday it had bought 80,000 tonnes of oil from the United States that

South Korea’s U.S. April crude imports rise 32.1% but broader demand slumps


South Korea’s U.S. crude oil imports in April increased 32.1% from a year earlier, although overall crude imports fell as

India’s GAIL halts LNG imports at Ratnagiri port – source


Indian utility GAIL (India) Ltd has stopped importing liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargoes at its 5 million tonnes/year Ratnagiri terminal

Russia’s Novatek offers LNG cargo for July delivery – sources


Russia’s Novatek has offered a liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargo for delivery in the second half of July, two industry

Gazprom’s natural gas exports slump 19% in Q1 – source


Natural gas pipeline exports by Russian energy giant Gazprom plummeted by almost one-fifth in the first quarter against the backdrop

Tax quirk sees Russia buy diesel from China and S.Korea


Rare cargoes of diesel from China and South Korea have started to arrive in Russia due to a quirk in

Saudi Aramco cuts June crude allocation to some Asian buyers – sources


Saudi Aramco, the world’s largest oil exporter, has cut the volume of crude it will supply to at least three

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