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Venezuela’s May oil exports rise 30% during US wind-down period


Venezuela’s oil exports recovered in May from a low figure the previous month as state oil company PDVSA’s customers rushed

Chinese refiner Rongsheng buys its first Canadian TMX crude oil cargo


Chinese refiner Rongsheng Petrochemical 002493.SZ has bought its first Canadian crude cargo via the recently expanded Trans Mountain pipeline (TMX)

Taiwan’s FPCC Offers More Spot June Gasoil, Sources Say


Taiwan’s Formosa Petrochemical Corp (FPCC) has offered more prompt June spot 10ppm sulphur gasoil cargoes via a sale tender, three

Norway gas export plummets as Sleipner outage shuts Nyhamna plant


Norway’s gas exports to Europe fell sharply on Monday as a shutdown of the offshore Sleipner hub also stopped operation

Russian oil product exports via Tuapse down in May after refinery stoppage


Oil product exports from Russia’s Black Sea port of Tuapse in May were down 28.6% from initial plans at 1.093

Demand may push China’s LNG imports to record high


Fuelled by strong demand from the industrial sector amid an economic recovery and industrial decarbonisation, China’s liquefied natural gas (LNG)

Asia’s crude oil imports hit 12-month high, but it’s India, not China


Asia’s imports of crude oil rose to the highest in 12 months in May, with the strength being driven by

Japan’s Inpex supplied oil to Germany from Kashagan, sources say


Japan’s Inpex for the first time last month supplied crude oil from its share in the giant Kashagan oil field

Bangladesh’s RPGCL seeks LNG cargo for late June delivery, sources say


Bangladesh’s state-owned Rupantarita Prakritik Gas Company Ltd (RPGCL) has issued a tender seeking a liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargo for

Philippines’ First Gen seeks LNG cargo for July delivery


Philippine power producer First Gen Corp. issued a tender seeking a cargo of liquefied natural gas for its gas-fired power

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