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Brazil LNG imports hit new record high amid drought

07/04/2014
Imports of LNG to Brazil reached a record high in March at 1.504 million cubic meters (692,051 mt of LNG or 32.35 Bcf of gas), up 75%

Backers of US LNG exports want to weaken Russia’s hold, but it may not matter

07/04/2014
Shortly after President Obama said there would be “costs” for Russian military intervention in Ukraine, a Republican US senator tried to

Enbridge plans to re-export Canadian oil via United States

07/04/2014
Enbridge Inc has obtained a license to re-export Canadian oil from the United States, becoming the first

Gazprom says Russian gas exports to Europe up 2.4 pct in Q1 y/y

07/04/2014
Russia's top natural gas producer Gazprom said its gas exports to the European Union and Turkey increased by 2.4

PetroChina's 2013 LNG imports into Rudong, Dalian hit 4.89 mil mt

05/04/2014
Kunlun Energy, the midstream gas distribution subsidiary of state-owned PetroChina, imported 4.89 million mt of LNG last year into

U.S. crude oil imports fall, but share of top three suppliers highest in four decades

05/04/2014
While U.S. total net crude oil imports fell during 2013, the share of imports last year from the United States' top

Coffee Exports From India Dropping as Rains Shrink Harvest

05/04/2014
Coffee shipments from India, Asia’s third-largest grower, are poised to fall this year as a rally in global prices

Myanmar exports 700,000 tonnes of rice to China

05/04/2014
Myanmar has exported at least seven hundred tonnes of rice and rice products to China during the 2013-14 fiscal

India's thermal coal imports rise 22% in fiscal 2013-14 at key ports: IPA

05/04/2014
India's 12 major state-owned ports handled 71.6 million mt of thermal coal imports during fiscal 2013-14 (April-

Venezuela increases net imports of oil byproducts

04/04/2014
Venezuela-US oil business ties continue changing for the South American oil producer, which has shifted

Israel Risks LNG Exports Due to Tax Dispute

04/04/2014
A tax dispute between Israel and Australia's Woodside threatens to delay gas production from the

Port Hedland Iron Ore Shipments to China Reach Record on Demand

04/04/2014
Iron ore exports to China from Australia’s Port Hedland climbed to a record last month as signs of rising

HPCL seeks first low sulphur fuel oil import

04/04/2014
India's Hindustan Petroleum Corp Ltd is seeking for the first time at least 20,000 tonnes of low-sulphur

South Africa $18 Billion Rail Plan Lifts Mining Exports

04/04/2014
In more than 40 years driving trains in South Africa, Jacobus Cornelius van der Merwe has never seen anything like the Shongololo. The train,

Vale halts Mozambique coal shipments after rebel attack on train

04/04/2014
Brazilian giant Vale said it has suspended coal shipments from its mines in Mozambique after a Vale train

Ukraine's exports of iron ore up in 2013

04/04/2014
Ukraine’s exports of iron ore totaled 37.94 million tonnes in 2013 increasing by 8.3% compared to the previous

Asia Naphtha-India Essar Oil sells 55,000 T to Vitol; April exports up

03/04/2014
India's Essar Oil has sold around 55,000 tonnes of naphtha to Vitol at about $35 a tonne over Middle East quotes on a free-on-board

Colombia importing 7,000 bpd diesel, gasoline after refinery closure

03/04/2014
Colombia is importing about 7,000 barrels per day of diesel and gasoline during an upgrade at its 80,000-bpd Cartagena

BP refinery closure leaves Australia more reliant on fuel imports

03/04/2014
The full closure of BP's oil refinery in Brisbane would result in Australia supplying only around one

Thai PTT plans to import 2 mln T LNG from spot market in 2014

03/04/2014
Thailand's PTT Pcl plans to import 2 million tonnes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the spot market
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