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Singapore fuel oil stocks rise as exports crash, imports from Malaysia and Bahamas hit record highs


Singapore’s residual fuel oil inventories climbed 3% in the week to Aug. 5 as export volumes plummeted to a near

U.S. sends first shipment of crude to Saudi Arabia in over a decade


The United States sent a shipment of crude to Saudi Arabia in June, data from the U.S. Census Bureau showed

Venezuela’s oil exports stagnant in July at below 400,000 bpd -data


Venezuela exported about 388,100 barrels per day of crude and fuel in July, almost unchanged versus the previous month, as

Record U.S. LNG output jump lifts exports in weak market


A sharp increase in U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) output in the past year has protected the country’s status as

Brazil’s Petrobras posts $500 million loss despite record exports to China


Brazilian state-run oil firm Petroleo Brasileiro SA posted a loss of 2.7 billion reais ($524 million) in the second quarter,

LNG imports up 64.61pc in FY ’20


Bangladesh’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) import increased significantly by 64.61 per cent in last fiscal year (FY), 2019-20, to 4.164

Mexico switches up fuel import contracts as it clamps down on costs


Pemex’s trading arm is overhauling its fuel importing practices, five sources close to the matter said, which includes shifting to

Germany increased gas imports in January-May, lower prices cut bills


Germany imported 8.7% more natural gas in the first five months of 2020 than in the year earlier period but

Iraq increases oil exports in July, pumps above OPEC+ target


Iraq’s crude oil exports have increased so far in July, shipping data showed and industry sources said, suggesting OPEC’s second-largest

Jordan gets one offer in latest international wheat tender


Jordan’s state grain buyer received only one offer at its latest international wheat purchasing tender which closed on Wednesday, traders

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