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China crude oil imports are likely weaker than data suggests

10/11/2020

China’s imports of crude oil slipped as expected in October, but while a 12.2% drop appears significant, the actual state

Pavilion Energy And Qatar Petroleum Sign Strategic LNG Supply Agreement For Singapore

10/11/2020

Pavilion Energy Trading & Supply Pte. Ltd.[1] (“Pavilion Energy”) and QP Trading LLC[2] (“Qatar Petroleum”) have signed a 10-year LNG

Offers ease for heavy West African oil

09/11/2020

Offers for medium to heavier grades of West African oil eased after faster sales late last month.

Fewer than 10 cargoes

China’s Oct crude oil imports down 12.2% m/m as buying frenzy fades

09/11/2020

China’s crude oil imports slipped 12.2% in October from the prior month as refiners hit the brakes after months of

Cyprus, preparing for LNG, still depends heavily on oil imports

09/11/2020

Cyprus’ oil import dependency is high. According to the 2021-2030 National Energy & Climate Plan (NECP), Cyprus total primary energy

In 2019, the U.S. imported $13 billion of energy goods from Mexico, exported $34 billion

05/11/2020

In every year since 2015, the value of U.S. energy exports to Mexico has exceeded the value of energy imports

India’s September crude imports decline at slower pace; LPG imports jump

05/11/2020

India’s crude oil imports fell for the sixth straight month in September as surging COVID-19 cases continued to limit fuel

Gail India issues tender to buy and sell LNG cargoes: Sources

04/11/2020

Gail (India) has issued a tender offering two liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargoes for loading in the United States and

Freeport LNG Loads 100th LNG Cargo

04/11/2020

Freeport LNG™ today announced that it has loaded its 100th LNG cargo, which departed from Freeport LNG’s terminal on October

OPEC members’ net oil export revenue in 2020 expected to drop to lowest level since 2002

04/11/2020

The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) forecasts that members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) will earn about $323 billion in net oil export revenues in 2020. If realized, this forecast revenue would be the lowest in

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