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Shell loads first LSFO cargo from Singapore refinery ahead of IMO


Royal Dutch Shell has loaded the first cargo of low-sulphur fuel oil (LSFO) from its Pulau Bukom refining site in

Saudi Arabia Is Importing Diesel and Jet Fuel After Attacks


Saudi Arabia, the world's biggest crude exporter and a powerhouse of the oil refining industry, is scouring global fuel markets

Next wave of U.S. LNG export projects to be ‘tougher’ -Blackstone Energy CEO


The next wave of U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) export projects will be “tougher” to bring online, as companies with

S Korea YNCC buys naphtha at $10/T premium, highest since May 2018


South Korea’s YNCC bought naphtha on Thursday at a premium of about $10 a tonne to Japan quotes on a

Pertamina buys 3 NWS condensate cargoes for Nov delivery – sources


Indonesia’s Pertamina has bought three cargoes of Australia’s North West Shelf (NWS) condensate at discounts of about $3.50-$4 a barrel

India keen to up Australian LNG imports, but seeks to renegotiate contracts


India is keen to ship in higher volumes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Australia, but at the same

Surgut sells Nov-loading Russian ESPO crude at six-year-high premiums -sources


Surgutneftegaz, one of Russia’s largest oil producers, has sold four cargoes of ESPO Blend crude at premiums above $7 a

India looking to raise oil imports from Russia – oil minister


India is looking at raising oil imports from Russia, its oil minister said, at a time of surging oil prices

Saudi Aramco to delay some of PetroChina’s Oct loadings of light crude oil -source


Saudi Aramco informed PetroChina that some of its loadings of light crude oil for October will be delayed by up

Japan Aug petchem naphtha imports rise 10% y/y


Japan’s naphtha imports for the petrochemical sector rose 10% in August from a year earlier, government figures showed on Tuesday.


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