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LPG imports from Bangladesh to ease supply crunch in North East


Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG) supplies from Bangladesh are expected to ease the availability of cooking gas in North East India,

U.S. says it is concerned about China’s purchases of Iranian oil


The United States is “very concerned” about China’s purchases of Iranian oil, Dan Brouillette, deputy secretary of the U.S. Department

NuStar expects Texas hub’s crude loadings to double this month: executive


Crude loadings out of NuStar Energy LP’s Corpus Christi, Texas, export terminal will more than double, to about 500,000 barrels

BP aims to sell more U.S. crude to Asia, boost LNG supplies in early 2020s


Oil major BP plans to sell more U.S. crude to Asia as its shale oil production grows, seeking to capitalise

Russian exports to Turkey, southeast Europe squeezed by LNG, Azeri gas


Russian gas exports to Turkey and eight other southeast European nations fell by more than a quarter in the first

China’s August crude imports rise on margin rebound, but fuel surplus persists


China’s crude oil imports gained about 3% in August from a month earlier, customs data showed on Sunday, buoyed by

India’s crashing vehicle sales have yet to burn crude oil imports


India’s car manufacturers are in deep strife with slumping sales amid a broader slowdown in economic growth, but one element

Gunvor comes out top in Pakistan LNG tender


Commodity trader Gunvor submitted the lowest bids to supply liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Pakistan for six cargo delivery slots

U.S. will sanction whoever purchases Iran’s oil: official


The United States will continue to impose sanctions on whoever purchases Iran’s oil or conducts business with Iran’s Revolutionary Guards

U.S. Increases Pressure on Iran’s Faltering Oil Exports


The U.S. has placed new sanctions on Iran and a top American official has said more measures will follow, further

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