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2017, March, 10, 18:45:00
U.S. OIL EXPORTS UP
US Census Bureau data showed US crude exports rising by 304,000 b/d to 746,000 b/d in January, which was followed by a report by the US Energy Information Administration showing US crude exports averaging 900,000 b/d in the four weeks ending February 24.
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2017, March, 3, 18:40:00
KURDISH - IRAQI OIL
Crude oil flows from the Kirkuk fields in northern Iraq were briefly disrupted on Thursday after a Kurdish faction seized a pumping facility in protest at the policies of Baghdad and Erbil, adding a new threat to Iraq’s attempts to comply with Opec’s agreed cuts.
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2017, March, 3, 18:35:00
MALAYSIA'S EXPORTS UP 13.6%
Exports in January expanded 13.6 percent from a year earlier, the biggest gain since October 2015, but just missing the 15.0 percent increase forecast. In December, exports rose 10.7 percent. Data from the International Trade and Industry Ministry showed exports of mining goods increased 18.8 percent on stronger demand for crude oil and liquefied natural gas.
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2017, March, 2, 19:45:00
GAZPROM'S INVESTMENTS
Gazprom’s projects were strategically important for Russia’s energy security. The projects make gas supplies to domestic and foreign consumers more reliable and create conditions for further strengthening the Company’s position in the global energy market. All of Gazprom’s priority projects are on schedule.
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2017, February, 28, 18:35:00
IRANIAN EXPORTS TO RUSSIA
Iran will begin exporting 100,000b/d of crude oil to Russia within the next two week, Iranian Minister of Petroleum Bijan Zangeneh said.
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2017, February, 25, 12:15:00
U.S. LNG EXPORTS UP
The United States is expected to become a net exporter of natural gas on an average annual basis by 2018. The transition to net exporter is driven by declining pipeline imports, growing pipeline exports, and increasing exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG). The United States is also projected to become a net exporter of total energy in the 2020s in large part because of increasing natural gas exports.
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2017, February, 21, 19:05:00
NORD STREAM - 2
Nord Stream 2 to play crucial role in EU’s energy security
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2017, February, 21, 19:00:00
TURKISH STREAM - 2
Construction contract signed for second string of TurkStream’s offshore section
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2017, February, 16, 19:00:00
GAZPROM - CNPC COOPERATION
Gazprom and CNPC broadening strategic cooperation in energy sector
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2017, February, 14, 19:30:00
CHINA OIL IMPORTS DOWN
The country imported 34.03 million mt of crude in January, down 6.5% from the record high of 36.38 million mt in December despite surging 27.5% on the year.
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2017, February, 10, 18:45:00
IRANIAN OIL UP
Iran's crude oil and condensate exports rose 3% month on month in January as it continued to regain market share, widening its appeal among refiners around the globe in the process.
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2017, February, 10, 18:40:00
JAPAN'S LNG UP
The average price of spot LNG imports to Japan contracted in January 2017 was $8.40/mn Btu, up from $8/mn Btu in December 2016, the ministry of economy, trade and industry (Meti) said February 9, their highest level for two years. But Japan's IEEJ says that prices have now peaked.
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2017, February, 10, 18:35:00
SOUTH KOREA'S LNG DOWN
But Lee said that South Korean demand for LNG would keep falling in the short-term due to increased electricity output from nuclear and coal-fired power plants. The country is the world's second-biggest LNG importer after Japan.
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2017, February, 10, 18:30:00
INDONESIA NEEDS $80 BLN INVESTMENTS
Indonesia needs to invest $70 billion to $80 billion in gas infrastructure through 2030 to avoid a potential gas shortage, as domestic consumption growth outpaces supply, state-owned energy business Pertamina said Tuesday.
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2017, February, 2, 18:45:00
OPEC, RUSSIA CUTS
Therefore, OPEC has raised its supply to Asia, and Russia has also re-routed a great chunk of its rising production toward China and the Asia-Pacific over the past decade. Russia surpassed Saudi Arabia as China's biggest supplier last year, exporting 1.05 million bpd of crude versus Saudi Arabia's 1.02 million.