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Vietnam 2019 net crude oil imports 3.64 mln tonnes vs 1.3 mln tonnes in 2018 – customs


Vietnam’s net crude oil imports in 2019 reached 3.64 million tonnes, up from 1.3 million tonnes a year earlier, government’s

Papua New Guinea LNG export plant offers cargo for February – sources


Exxon Mobil Corp’s Papua New Guinea liquefied natural gas (LNG) export plant has offered a cargo for loading in mid-February,

Low-sulphur gasoil deliveries for January rise at expiry


Deliveries of low-sulphur gasoil for January rose to 2,350 lots, or 235,000 tonnes, InterContinental Exchange data showed.

The contract expired at

India to double US oil imports to cut reliance on others


India plans to double crude oil imports from the US as part of its effort to reduce dependance on the

Norway’s pipeline gas exports to Europe fell 6.3% in 2019 -Gassco


Norway’s natural gas exports to Europe via its offshore pipeline system fell by 6.3% to 107 billion cubic metres (bcm)

Taiwan CPC cancels gasoline offer because of Mideast tension


Taiwan’s CPC Corp has cancelled a tender to sell gasoline this week as it decided against exporting the cargo at

Asia’s crude supplies could be disrupted if Iraqi oil facilities are targeted


Investors are worried about possible attacks on oil facilities in Southern Iraq that could affect crude supplies into Asia, an

Belarus halts own oil exports to Germany, Russian oil transit unaffected – sources


Belarus’ state oil company Belorusneft has suspended supplies of its own oil to Germany this month as Minsk needs to

IOC buys March Upper Zakum crude at lower premiums – sources


Indian Oil Corp has bought 2 million barrels of March-loading Upper Zakum crude at a premium of around $2.50 a

Indonesia 2020 crude oil delivery seen below 755,000 bpd target -regulator


Indonesia’s crude oil delivery in 2020 may miss its target by 50,000 barrels per day (bpd), Dwi Soetjipto, the chairman

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