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India set to skip buying Russia’s ESPO crude in Sept as freight costs jump


Indian refiners are set to skip purchases of Russia ESPO crude oil this month due to higher freight rates, turning

German Jan-July gas import costs surge 164% as imports drop 25.5%


German natural gas import costs rose by 164% in the first seven months of 2022 from a year earlier, even

China is top market for Oman crude in August


China accounted for 84 per cent of Oman’s total crude exports of 26 million barrels in August 2022, a slight

Russia to flood Asia with fuels as Europe ramps up sanctions: Report


Russia is likely to ship more fuel to Asian nations in the coming months as Europe tightens sanctions to step

Romanian refineries have crude supplies, not hurt by Russian imports ban-Energy Min


Romanian refineries, including one owned by Russia’s Lukoil have found alternative fuel supplies from December when a ban on Russian

Europe pays up to grab Russian diesel ahead of difficult winter


European diesel buyers are willing to pay more for Russian cargoes than they were in May, as traders look to

Chevron’s TCO to divert 200,000 t of oil to Batumi in October amid CPC maintenance – sources


Chevron-led Tengizchevroil (TCO), Kazakhstan’s Tengiz oilfield operator, plans to divert 200,000 tonnes of oil to Georgia’s Batumi port in October

Russia’s surging oil exports to China in Aug fail to keep Saudis down -data


China’s crude oil imports from Russia in August surged 28% from a year earlier, official data showed on Tuesday, but

Jordan resumes crude oil imports from Iraq after weeks-long halt


Jordan has resumed crude oil imports from Iraq after the Iraqi side fixed the logistical problems that suspended the supply

U.S. refiners eye Canadian oil once strategic reserve turns off taps


U.S. refiners are expected to buy more Canadian oil after the Biden administration ends releases from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve

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