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Vietnam’s trade ministry to reply to Nghi Son refinery’s fuel export request soon – statement


Vietnam’s Ministry of Industry and Trade will respond to a request from the Nghi Son oil refinery to export fuels

U.S.-China Trade Volleys Continue, Threaten Soybeans, LNG


As the U.S. finalized its list of $16 billion of products from China that will be subject to a 25%

South Korea’s KOGAS in talks to buy LNG cargoes for winter: Sources


State-run Korea Gas Corp (KOGAS) is in talks to buy 12 liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargoes for delivery in the

U.S. Oil Vanishing From Chinese Tariffs Reveals America’s Clout


The removal of U.S. crude from goods targeted by Chinese tariffs is a sign that America has become too big

Low-sulphur gasoil deliveries for August rise at expiry


Deliveries of low-sulphur gasoil for August rose to 714 lots, or 71,400 tonnes, the highest since November last year, InterContinental

India to step up use of biofuels to cut oil import bill


India aims to increase the use of biofuels to cut its oil import bill by 120 billion rupees (£1.36 billion)

Japan expects increase in LNG exports after quake


A decline in PNG LNG exports to Japan was noted for the five months after the Feb 26 earthquake, which

Iraq’s July crude oil production hits new 13-month high: SOMO


Iraqi crude oil production hit its highest in 13 months in July of 4.46 million b/d, the country’s State Oil

Europe Shows It’s Getting Serious About Buying U.S. LNG


European nations are far behind Mexico and China when it comes to receiving liquefied natural gas from the U.S., but

After soybeans, EU touts U.S. LNG imports to woo Trump on trade


The European Union said it was delivering on a deal with U.S. President Donald Trump to buy more U.S. liquefied

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