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Iran’s oil exports rising in Jan. despite sanctions: trackers


Iranian oil exports are climbing in January after a boost in the fourth quarter despite U.S. sanctions, Reuters reported based

Russia to slash oil exports to curb rising domestic fuel prices – report


The world’s second-biggest oil exporter, Russia, is planning to cut overseas shipments of its seaborne crude from the country’s western

China bought about 200 mln gallons of U.S. ethanol for H1 2021 -ADM


China has bought “roughly 200 million gallons” of U.S. ethanol for the first half of 2021, matching its previous record

Indian Oil buys cargo for late Feb-March delivery, seeks more


Indian Oil Corp bought a liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargo for delivery over late February to early March and is

India’s December crude oil imports jump to 2-year high


India’s crude oil imports rose to their highest level in over two years in December as easing of most of

Norway gas field outages cut export capacity


The natural gas output capacity at three Norwegian offshore fields was cut by a combined 43.5 million cubic metres per

Russia becomes second largest oil exporter to China in 2020


Russia in 2020 ranked second after Saudi Arabia in the list of the largest oil suppliers to China. According to

Iraq cuts crude oil supplies for most Indian refiners in 2021 – sources


Iraq has reduced annual supplies of Basra crude oil to several Indian refiners by up to 20% for 2021, industry

Even without Keystone XL, U.S. set for record Canadian oil imports


The Keystone XL pipeline project may be dead, but the United States is still poised to pull in record imports

Japan’s energy imports fall to multi-year lows in pandemic year


Japan’s oil imports fell to the lowest in more than 50 years last year as the pandemic hit economic activity

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