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BP sells LNG cargo for December delivery to Vitol at $7.65 per mmbtu – Platts


Oil major BP BP.L on Wednesday sold a liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargo for delivery into Northeast Asia in December

Asia’s Crude Demand Ex-China Shows Tentative Recovery Signs


There are emerging signs that crude oil demand is gradually recovering in major Asian countries outside China, a key pre-condition

Egypt’s Idku prepares to load LNG cargo, first in 3 months -Kpler


Egypt’s Idku liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant is preparing to load a cargo for export, its first in three months,

South Korea Increasing LNG Imports from the United States


The United States’ LNG exports hit an all-time high with a year-on-year increase of 40.1 percent. South Korea, the largest

Brazil soars to China’s No. 3 crude oil supplier in September


Brazil jumped to China’s third-biggest crude oil supplier in September, import data showed on Sunday, as China’s independent refiners scooped

Bangladesh scraps another LNG import tender over high prices


Bangladesh is cancelling another tender to import liquefied natural gas (LNG) in December, as it received one offer to supply

Russian oil exports in 2020 to fall 16.4% y/y – Novak


Russian oil exports in 2020 are expected to fall 16.4% compared with last year to 225 million tonnes, Energy Minister

China’s growing niche buyers of liquefied natural gas


As newly formed PipeChina starts opening access to China’s gas infrastructure this month, a group of firms outside China’s national

Spurred by reform, China’s niche LNG buyers to pour in investments, double imports


A group of niche Chinese gas firms is set to make waves in the global market with plans to invest

U.S. crude exports likely to be muted through 2020 as production slides


U.S. crude oil exports are expected to sputter through the end of 2020 due to weak production and unfavorable economics

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