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US LNG Firms Lament Bad Timing of Tariffs, China Trade Spat

Mar 22, 2018

The Trump administration's planned steel tariffs and a potential trade battle with China could hurt U.S. liquefied natural gas companies just as a new wave of developments in the fast-growing market is gaining steam, company executives say. China is the fastest growing major buyer of LNG…

Exxon Assessing Earthquake Damage to New Guinea NatGas Plant

Mar 21, 2018

LNG export project knocked out by major quake in late Feb. A senior Exxon Mobil Corp executive said on Wednesday the company is still assessing damage to its natural gas processing plant in the mountains of Papua New Guinea, knocked out by a strong earthquake last month…

China's Independent Refiners Gear up for Ethanol Push

Mar 20, 2018

Dongming plans to import ethanol, may produce biofuel; China set 2020 target for nationwide 10 pct biofuel use. China's top independent oil refiner is buying ethanol and two others are seeking government approval to blend the biofuel into…

Exxon Mobil buys LNG to Chill Papua New Guinea Project

Mar 19, 2018

ExxonMobil Corp has bought a liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargo to keep its Papua New Guinea plant cold after a powerful earthquake triggered a production halt last month, several trade sources said on Monday. The cool-down cargo could be…

Oil Set for Weekly Drop as Supply Concerns Weigh

Mar 16, 2018

IEA sees 2018 global oil demand increasing by 1.5 mln bpd. Oil prices were set for a weekly drop despite a slight gain in both benchmarks on Friday, on concerns that rising global supply could undermine efforts by OPEC and other producers to tighten the market…

Commodities' Dilemma: Strong Demand or Trade War Fears?

Mar 15, 2018

The tug-of-war between fundamentals and sentiment appears to be getting stronger for many commodities as the market tries to reconcile factors such as robust demand numbers from China and increasingly worrying rhetoric and actions from the United States…

S.Korea Fuel Oil Imports Soar

Mar 14, 2018

South Korea's move to shut coal-fired generators to control air pollution at the same time as nuclear reactors are going into scheduled maintenance is resulting in surging fuel oil imports, as utilities burn the dirty feedstock to meet power demand…

India's Oil Imports from Venezuela Hit Lowest in over 5 Years

Mar 13, 2018

Indian imports of oil from Venezuela have fallen to their lowest levels in over half a decade, shipping and industry data showed, as a severe economic and political crisis hits crude output in the South American OPEC member. India's oil imports from Venezuela averaged around 300…

Russia Ramps up Fuel Exports in Fight for European Market

Mar 12, 2018

Russia plans to sharply increase fuel exports and carve out a larger share of the European market following an extensive $55 billion modernisation of its refineries, companies' plans and analysts' reports show. Russia embarked on a modernisation…

U.S. Crude Exports to Asia Slump as WTI Outperforms

Mar 06, 2018

Exports of U.S. crude oil to Asia appear to be starting to struggle under the weight of a narrowing discount for its domestic benchmark crude to international grades and efforts by other suppliers to maintain competitiveness. Vessel-tracking and port data suggest Asian imports of U…

Oil Rises as Korea Talks Boost Confidence

Mar 06, 2018

IEA sees strong global oil demand growth to 2023. Oil rose on Tuesday, paring earlier losses after South Korea said it would hold a summit with North Korea for the first time in more than a decade, which investors took as a cue to sell the U…

Oil Falls as U.S. Shale Growth Gathers Pace

Mar 05, 2018

IEA sees U.S. gaining market share from OPEC, predicts robust oil demand in next 5 years. Oil prices edged lower towards $64 per barrel on Monday on predictions of a major spike in U.S. oil output in the next five years. International benchmark Brent crude was down 8 cents…

U.S. Considers Venezuela Oil Sanctions

Mar 01, 2018

The Trump administration is considering sanctioning a Venezuelan military-run oil services company and restricting insurance coverage for Venezuelan oil shipments to ratchet up pressure on socialist President Nicolas Maduro, a U.S. official said…

PDVSA Refineries to Run at 43 pct Capacity in March

Feb 28, 2018

Venezuelan PDVSA's refineries will operate at 43 percent of their total capacity in March due to a lack of spare parts, light crude and feedstock, according to an internal document from the state-run firm seen by Reuters on Wednesday. The company's domestic refining network…

Vitol's Bake Sees 'Strong' 2018 Oil Demand

Feb 22, 2018

Vitol executive committee member Chris Bake said 2018 oil demand is looking 'fairly strong.' 'OPEC remains disciplined and the consequences are visible in track down in inventories...Half a billion barrels of oil has been drawn down in a short period of time…

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