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2 oil cargoes, LNG vessel taken off to deep sea


Two oil cargoes and an LNG tanker vessel were taken off to deep sea near Kutubdia island as a precautionary

Indonesia’s Pertamina seeks more June gasoil, jet fuel, sources say


Indonesia’s Pertamina is seeking additional gasoil and jet fuel cargoes for June delivery after recent procurements, three sources said on

Russia’s ESPO sea-borne oil exports hit record-high in May, Kommersant reports


Russia’s ESPO oil blend exports from the Pacific port of Kozmino have increased by 5% so far in May from

India’s robust LNG imports are Asia’s standout, but higher prices may weigh


Asia’s imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) are displaying contrasting dynamics in May, with strength in usually price-sensitive buyers like

EU approves law to hit gas imports with methane emissions limit


European Union countries approved a law on Monday to impose methane emissions limits on Europe’s oil and gas imports from

Ukraine to maximise energy import capacity from EU on Monday


Ukraine intends to maximise the amount of electricity it imports from the European Union during some hours on Monday after

Russia’s Novak says fuel export bans will be used again


Russia will use fuel export bans again as a way of regulating supply and demand, but for now the domestic

India wants multi-year oil purchase deal with Guyana -Guyana minister


India wants to sign a multi-year oil purchase deal with Guyana and acquire stakes in the South American nation’s exploration

Indian LNG imports to hit 150 mln tons by 2030 -Petronet LNG CEO


Indian liquefied natural gas (LNG) imports are forecast to jump to 150 million metric tons per year (tpy) by 2030

Tellurian expects first LNG cargo delivery from Driftwood LNG plant by 2028


U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) developer Tellurian expects its Driftwood LNG plant in Lake Charles, Louisiana, to begin delivering LNGs

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