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India’s BPCL sells its first 50 ppm sulphur diesel cargo for export – traders

17/10/2017

Indian oil refiner Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd (BPCL) sold a diesel cargo with a sulphur content of 50 parts per

S.Korea’s SK Energy to import 6.5 mln bbls of U.S. crude for Nov-Jan arrival

17/10/2017

South Korea’s top oil refiner SK Energy has bought 6.5 million barrels of U.S. crude to be delivered between November

Asia oil buyers turn to U.S. in hunt for cheap supply

17/10/2017

Asia is set to ramp up crude oil imports from the United States in late 2017 and early next year,

Iraq Keeps Up Kirkuk Oil Exports as Fighting Erupts With Kurds

16/10/2017

Crude exports were flowing normally from fields in Iraq’s oil-rich Kirkuk province as government troops clashed with Kurdish forces on

S.Korea’s Sept Iranian crude oil imports rise to 6-month high

16/10/2017

South Korea’s imports of Iranian crude oil hit the highest level in six months in September amid Iran’s push to

China Sept gas imports climb 3.3 pct ahead of winter fuel demand

16/10/2017

China’s September natural gas imports rose 3.3 percent to their highest since December last year, according to Reuters calculations based on official

Kurdish Oil Keeps Flowing Despite Baghdad’s Threats Over Kirkuk

16/10/2017

Oil flowed normally from fields in northern Iraq even as government troops and allied militias faced off with forces from

Iran oil exports record 8-month rise

16/10/2017

Figures released by Bloomberg show that Iran shipped 2.28 million barrels a day (mb/d) of crude oil to international markets

Record U.S. oil exports set to surge further: Mercuria

14/10/2017

Already record U.S. oil exports are set to surge further in the coming month as stored oil in one of

Australian LNG imports could make economic sense

14/10/2017

Major eastern Australian gas buyer AGL has proposed to use a leased Floating Storage and Regasification Unit (FSRU), approximately 65km south of Melbourne, to import LNG and ease domestic gas shortage issues. This solution has faced mixed reviews given the

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