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Suspension of Libyan oil exports costs over 1.6 bln USD


Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) said that the suspension of oil exports due to closure of oil fields and ports

Middle East’s share in India’s oil imports shrink 5% in 2019


The share of oil imports from the Middle East region in India’s total crude imports have shrunk by 5 percent

ONGC sells April-loading Russian Sokol crude at higher premium-sources


Indian oil explorer ONGC Videsh has sold one cargo of Russian Sokol crude SOK-DUB loading April 17-23 at a premium

Indian Oil corp seeks LNG cargo for April delivery


Indian oil Corp is seeking a liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargo for delivery in April, two industry sources said.

The refiner

India in talks with Russia for long-term import of crude oil


India and Russia have finalised the broad contours of an ambitious government-to-government agreement for long-term import of crude oil by

LNG trade flows face challenges as virus impact deepens


The impact of China’s coronavirus outbreak on LNG market is expected to worsen in coming weeks as economic activity in

South Korea’s January U.S. crude imports rise 53.3% on-year


South Korea’s U.S. crude imports in January rose 53.3% from a year earlier, customs data showed on Saturday, reflecting the

Exxon sells Apr-May Russian Sokol crude at lower premiums -sources


* Exxon Mobil Corp has sold two Russian Sokol crude cargoes loading in April to early May at lower premiums

Brazil oil exports to China seem normal still, says oil regulator


Brazilian oil exports to China seem to be normal, despite the coronavirus outbreak there, the head of Brazil’s oil regulator

Russia’s Sakhalin 2 plant sells LNG cargo for March loading -sources


Russia’s Sakhalin 2 plant has sold a liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargo for loading in March to Japan’s Mitsui, three

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