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China's coal imports set to hold steady in 2014 – govt

11/04/2014
China's imports of coal in 2014 are expected to remain at the same level as last year, with demand growth slowing and the domestic

China Plans Ban on Imports of Coal With High Ash, High Sulfur

11/04/2014
China plans to ban imports of coal with high-ash and high-sulfur content as the nation seeks to limit the dirtiest fuels to

Libya Poised to Raise Oil Shipments as First Rebel Port Reopens

11/04/2014
Libya, the OPEC nation producing at about 10 percent of capacity, is set to increase crude shipments next week as the

Iran's annual gas condensate exports exceed $7b

11/04/2014
Iran exported $7.09 billion worth of gas condensates in the last Iranian calendar year, which ended on March 20,

Sugar Sales From India Seen Sustained Next Year on Inventory

11/04/2014
India, the world’s biggest sugar producer after Brazil, will continue to export next year as stockpiles are

Gunvor to increase oil products export from Ust-Luga to 21.4 mln T in 2014

11/04/2014
Oil trader Gunvor plans to increase exports of oil products via the Russian Baltic port of Ust-Luga to 21.4 million

Growing Asian appetite for Australian grain

10/04/2014
There is a world of opportunity sitting on Australia's doorstep when it comes to exporting grains.

Vale's iron ore exports up slightly in February

10/04/2014
According to data released by the country’s National Union of the Industry of Extraction of Iron and

Russia to expand ESPO to 80 mln tonnes by 2020-energy minister

10/04/2014
Russia plans to expand its East Siberia-Pacific Ocean (ESPO) pipeline to 80 million tonnes (1.6 million barrels

Japan's Feb scrap exports total 475000 tonnes

10/04/2014
According to announced trade statistics from the Ministry of Finance, Japan's ferrous scrap exports

LNG supplies from U.S. to Europe to affect pricing - Azerbaijani Analytical Center

10/04/2014
LNG supplies from the U.S. to Europe are going to affect on pricing in the global gas market - believe

China amongst main markets for Mozambique’s natural gas

10/04/2014
China is one of the main future markets for Mozambique’s natural gas and its state oil companies

China allows Brazilian corn imports

10/04/2014
China has allowed Brazilian corn imports to start this month, a further blow to U.S. exports to the world's No.2 consumer of the grain already hurt by the discovery of an

ExxonMobil sees PNG LNG exports starting mid-year, below $19 bln budget

10/04/2014
ExxonMobil Corp is on track to start exporting liquefied natural gas from Papua New Guinea by mid-year, ahead of

India March coal imports rise 42% on month: Interocean

10/04/2014
India imported around 14.9 million mt of coal at 21 major ports in March, up 41.7% from February, according to data by Indian ship

India: Steel imports dip 31% in FY14

10/04/2014
India's steel imports declined by a whopping 31.3% last fiscal to 5.44 MT due to subdued economic growth and exchange rate volatility. "Import of total finished

China's iron ore, copper imports seen up in March on low prices

10/04/2014
Chinese iron ore and copper imports rebounded in March from the previous month, trade data is expected to show, as steel mills and

Russia expands coal export operations

10/04/2014
Russia is presenting more competition for Australian coal exports to China, as the North Korean port of Rajin comes into service. A joint venture between Russian

Zambia seeks financiers for three-year oil supply tender

10/04/2014
Zambia is looking for financiers for the import of 1.4 million tonnes of semi-processed oil for a period of three

GAIL uses Shell's Hazira terminal to import LNG

10/04/2014
In a bid to diversify portfolio, state-owned gas utility GAIL India Ltd has imported its first shipload of LNG at
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