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France exported 1.3 mln T soft wheat outside the EU

France exported 1.9 million tonnes of soft wheat in February, of which 1.3 million outside the European Union,

Morgan Stanley Says Coal Exporters Making Loss as Estimates Cut

Coal producers may need to cut exports of the steel-making variety after the lowest contract settlement with Asian buyers

First Goan iron ore shipment since Feb auction offered in spot market

The first shipment of iron ore from Goa has made its way onto the spot market Tuesday, weeks after the February 17 auction

Ecopetrol declares force majeure on some Vasconia crude deliveries

Colombia's state-run Ecopetrol SA declared force majeure on a small number of deliveries of medium Vasconia crude

Oil Imports Seen Falling to Zero as Soon as 2037 by U.S.

Net oil imports to the U.S. could fall to zero by 2037 because of robust production in areas

March coal exports from Virginia's Hampton Roads down 23.7% year-over-year

March coal exports from Virginia's Hampton Roads region totaled 4.35 million st, up 1.4% from February but

Russia's Grain Exports July 1-April 2 Rise 47.3% on Year

Russia's grain exports between July 1, 2013--the beginning of the current marketing year--and April 2 totaled

Kuwait in talks to renew contracts on supplying oil to Egypt

Kuwait is in talks to renew some of its contracts to supply oil to Egypt and has been looking for

Tecpetrol and ENAP offer 450,000 bbl cargo of Argentina's Escalante crude

Argentina's private oil firm Tecpetrol and a unit of Chile's state-run ENAP launched a tender to sell a

China set to boost tin exports as traders eye arbitrage window

Indonesian curbs on tin exports are offering a prop to Chinese producers facing slumping demand at home, underpinning

Gas imports not to turn cheaper in medium term, show GAIL’s new deals

Amid the imbroglio over whether, when and how India’s domestic gas price would be revised and with state-run and private

Oil Minister: Iran to Boost Crude Exports in Current Year

Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh downplayed effectiveness of the Western sanctions on the country's energy sector,

Tight oil-driven production growth reduces need for U.S. oil imports

In the Annual Energy Outlook 2014 (AEO2014) Reference case, crude oil production rises from 6.5 million barrels per day

India: Iron ore imports may rise in FY15 amid sedate global prices

After plunging to a near five year low, iron ore imports in the country could see some traction in the current fiscal following

Indonesia to tighten grip on steel imports to avert trade abuse

The Jakarta Post reported that the Trade Ministry will pass a new arrangement for the importation of alloy

Egypt's 2014-15 wheat imports to top 10 million tonnes

Egypt will import more than 10 million tonnes of wheat in the 2014/15 marketing year, a Reuters poll showed, a

Romania’s crude oil and natural gas exports, down 11 months into 2013

Romania exported crude oil and natural gas worth some EUR 27.4 million in the first 11 months 2013, up 1.4

North Sea Crude Loadings to Drop During May Maintenance

The amount of crude oil due to be pumped from fields in the North Sea is set to fall nearly 15% in May compared to the

US oil export ban could end, but does demand exist?

The U.S., a net importer of energy, is in the middle of a debate over whether to lift a 40-year ban on crude exports. One nagging

Yemen sells 1.4 m barrels of Masila crude to Unipec

The Supreme Committee on Crude Oil Marketing approved selling 1.4 million barrels of Masila crude oil to Unipec Petroleum Company. Chaired by Prime Minister and the
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