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Petronet plans to cancel 10-yr LNG import tender, say sources


India’s top gas importer Petronet LNG is set to cancel its offer to buy an annual 1 million tonnes of

Indian sponge iron manufacturers ask government to restrict iron ore pellet exports


India’s sponge iron manufacturers have appealed to the federal government to restrict the exports of iron ore pellets.

Such a move

China’s June diesel exports fall to lowest since September 2018


China’s diesel exports in June fell by 50% from a year earlier to the lowest since September 2018 as lockdown

Saudi oil exports down by nearly $12 billion year-on-year in May


The value of Saudi Arabia’s oil exports dropped by 65% year-on-year in May, or a fall of nearly $12 billion,

Iraq increases oil exports in July, still pumps above OPEC+ target


Iraq’s crude oil exports have increased so far in July, according to shipping data and industry sources, suggesting OPEC’s second-largest

Buyers of U.S. LNG cancel September cargoes but pace slows, sources say


Buyers of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the United States continued scrapping September loadings due to weak global gas demand

Singapore petrochemical exports fall by 29% in June, NODX set to improve in H2


Singapore’s petrochemical exports fell by 29.1% year on year in June, with overall shipments abroad set to improve in the

China lifted 78.4% of total Omani crude exports in 2019


China, long the principal market for Omani crude exports, saw its share dip slightly to 78.4 per cent of total

Russia ships Baltic diesel to Med as regional refineries cut runs


Shipments of Russian diesel from Baltic to Mediterranean region opened in July as refinery run cuts in Europe and low

Russia’s Sibur to cut Baltic LPG exports to five-year lows: traders, data


Russia's Sibur is set to reduce liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) shipments from its main Baltic Sea export hub to their

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