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Corpus Christi Will Double Crude Oil Exports in 2019


Three new pipelines coming online in the second half of 2019 will deliver an onslaught of crude to the port

Russia’s first FSRU to arrive at Kaliningrad to start up LNG imports – source


Russia’s first liquefied natural gas (LNG) floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) is expected to dock at the port of

Japan’s Fuji Oil buys Feb Murban crude at narrower discount


Japanese refiner Fuji Oil bought a cargo of February-loading Murban crude on Monday at a discount of 25-30 cents a

Iranian crude exports to remain key source of market uncertainty in 2019


Iranian crude exports will remain a key source of market uncertainty in 2019, according to Fitch Solutions Macro Research (a

China’s robust crude appetite may be a boon for exporters in 2019


The outlook for Chinese crude oil imports is forecasted to remain positive going into 2019 as new refineries and a

Pakistan keen to source more LNG from Qatar: Asad Umar


With fast growing demand and expanding gas receiving capacity in Pakistan, the South Asian nation is expected to source more

Iran’s shadowy game with oil exports


Iran’s cat-and-mouse game with the United States over oil exports, which are vital for its economy, is intensifying. This comes

Iran falls to sixth biggest oil supplier to India in November, from fourth in October


India’s monthly oil imports from Iran plunged to their lowest in a year in November with Tehran dropping two places

Russia’s exports of oil products down 5 mln tonnes due to OPEC+ deal


Exports of Russian oil declined in 2018 by around 5 mln tonnes due to a number of factors, including the

China Splurged on Mideast, African Oil in November Price Plunge


China bought huge amounts of Middle East and West African crude as oil prices were collapsing in November.

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