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2020-09-01 14:55:00

JAPAN OIL IMPORTS DOWN

JAPAN OIL IMPORTS DOWN

PLATTS - 31 Aug 2020 - Japan's crude oil imports during the peak summer demand season in July tumbled to their lowest level for the month in more than five decades, a stern reminder to major crude producers that Asia's third biggest petroleum consumer may struggle to register any meaningful oil demand recovery during the pandemic.

Japan's July crude imports, which were the lowest for the month since 1967, plunged 31.9% year on year to 2.09 million b/d, according to preliminary data released Aug. 31 by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry.

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JAPAN OIL IMPORTS DOWN
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2020, August, 27, 13:55:00
OIL PRICE: NOT BELOW $45 AGAIN
Brent rose 6 cents, or, 0.1% to $45.70 a barrel, WTI fell 8 cents or 0.2% to $43.31 a barrel.
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2020, August, 27, 13:50:00
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2020, August, 26, 13:15:00
OIL PRICE: NEAR $46
Brent rose 2 cents to $45.88 a barrel , WTI fell 3 cents to $43.32.
JAPAN OIL IMPORTS DOWN
2020, August, 26, 12:45:00
U.S. OIL MARKET UPDOWN
“Although the market remains uncertain, we saw encouraging signs in July with gradual rebalancing of oil supply and demand,” API Chief Economist Dean Forman said. “Increases in U.S. refinery throughput and capacity utilization in July – coupled with inventories receding from record highs – has reinforced expectations for the continued demand recovery.”
JAPAN OIL IMPORTS DOWN
2020, August, 25, 14:30:00
OIL PRICE: NOT BELOW $45
Brent added 14 cents, or 0.3%, to $45.27 a barrel , WTI was down 4 cents, or 0.1%, at $42.58 a barrel.
JAPAN OIL IMPORTS DOWN
2020, August, 24, 12:45:00
OIL PRICE: BELOW $45
Brent was up 32 cents, or 0.7%, at $44.67 a barrel , WTI rose 31 cents, or 0.7%, to $42.65.
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