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China’s April Saudi oil imports soar 38% on yr, Russian oil up 4%


China’s crude oil imports from top supplier Saudi Arabia soared 38% in April from a year earlier, hitting the highest

China buys excess crude oil, looks to Russia for even more


China is continuing to import more crude oil than it needs as weak refinery processing rates, soft domestic demand and

Indian Government in talks with Russia over a deal to buy oil at discounted rates: HPCL


India is in talks with Russia over a deal to buy oil at discounted rates, the chairman of India’s state-run

Germany could receive LNG from Qatar as early as 2024, sheikh tells Handelsblatt


Qatar hopes to start sending liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Germany in 2024, the Gulf state’s deputy prime minister told

U.S imports of Latam oil soar as refiners replace Russian barrels


U.S. refiners imported about 1.3 million barrels per day (bpd) of crude and fuel oil from Latin America in April,

Europe fuel shipments to U.S. ramp up as Russia supply shock eases


Record high gasoline and diesel prices in the United States are drawing a growing flow of tankers from Europe, where

Russia to send oil rejected by Europe to Asia, other regions: Dy PM Novak


Russia will send any oil rejected by European countries to Asia and other regions, Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak said

Malaysia’s Kimanis crude exports to fall in July after outage — source


Exports of Malaysia’s flagship Kimanis crude will fall in July following outages at two offshore oilfields near Sabah, according to

China April gasoline, diesel exports fall, LNG imports at 2-yr low


China’s gasoline exports fell by a third in April from a year earlier but were higher than expected as refiners

Transneft limits access to monthly Russian oil loading plans—sources


Russia’s oil pipeline monopoly Transneft has limited access to monthly crude export loading schedules from Russian ports in a move

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