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India cuts Iran oil imports nearly a fifth in 2013/14

18/04/2014
India's imports of Iranian crude tumbled about a fifth in the fiscal year ended in March, despite a surge of

Russia raises grain export forecasts

18/04/2014
Russian agricultural consultancy SovEcon has raised its 2013/14 grain export forecast due to more active March

Japan could lift Iran crude buys if sanctions lifted -industry head

18/04/2014
Japan may choose to raise Iranian crude import volumes if Western sanctions against the Middle Eastern country

South Africa's iron ore exports down in January

18/04/2014
South Africa exported 5.51 million tonnes of iron ore in January down by 4.1% or 233,000 tonnes than the same

Indonesian steel imports could increase on power subsidy cut

18/04/2014
Indonesia's plan to axe electricity subsidies for industrial users this year could increase the country's steel

Why Australia’s record iron ore shipments could have been higher

17/04/2014
Although record iron ore exports out of Port Hedland are generally positive for the Guggenheim Shipping

Canada-Japan LNG joint venture cleared for exports

17/04/2014
Canadian regulators approved a 25-year liquefied natural gas export license for the Triton LNG project

Saudi oil exports reach SR289bn in Q1

17/04/2014
Saudi Arabia's oil exports hit 715.72 million barrels in the first quarter of this year 2014, with proceeds

Kazakhstan to divert fuel oil exports to Georgia's Batumi from Estonia

17/04/2014
Kazakhstan plans to start fuel oil exports from Georgia's Batumi terminal in May, diverting some 700,000

Azeri oil exports decline 5 pct in Jan-March

17/04/2014
Azerbaijan's oil exports dropped by five percent year on year in the first quarter of 2014, following a decline in oil production at its main fields, where BP has a

India Imports of Iron and Steel rise to US$ 730.69 M in March- 2014

17/04/2014
InfodriveIndia.com, India's premier research company in import export data, announced yesterday that India's Iron and Steel

Fortescue Metals Iron Ore Shipments Miss Analyst Estimates

17/04/2014
Fortescue Metals Group Ltd. (FMG), Australia’s third-biggest iron ore producer, reported third-quarter shipments rose 59 percent,

Japan's Astomos to buy 5 mil mt of term US LPG over 2014-21

17/04/2014
Astomos Energy, Japan's top LPG supplier, said Wednesday it has concluded additional contracts with US' Enterprise Product

USD 285/tonne is the highest bid for PEC's wheat export tender

17/04/2014
The highest bid received by state owned trading company PEC in its latest tender for wheat exports is USD 285

Petroperu tenders to buy a 360,000 bbl cargo of Latin American crude for May

16/04/2014
State-run Petroperu launched a tender to buy a 360,000 barrel cargo of a Latin American crude to be received May

Wide bid-offer spread deters imported coal deals into China: sources

16/04/2014
Chinese inquiries for imported thermal coal have picked up amid stabilizing domestic prices and

Black Sea Corn Seen Gaining Export Share After Bumper Harvest

16/04/2014
The biggest corn crops ever in the Black Sea region last season have allowed Ukraine and Russia to

India 2013/14 sugar export deals total 1.4 mln T, may miss target

16/04/2014
India has sealed deals to export 1.4 million tonnes of sugar so far in the season that began in October

Osaka Gas considers put, call options for US Freeport LNG supply

16/04/2014
Osaka Gas, Japan's second-largest city gas utility, intends to make the best "strategic" use of LNG from

Weather cuts Rio Tinto Q1 iron ore shipments from previous quarter

16/04/2014
World number 2 iron ore producer Rio Tinto posted an 8 percent drop in first-quarter shipments compared with the previous
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