MOSCOW, Oct 25 Russian petrochemical giant Sibur
has cut liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) exports to Europe by more
than a third so far this month, redirecting flows to its newly
built Siberian plant, according to data and traders.
MOSCOW, Sept 12 Ukraine imported its first cargo
of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) from the United States this
week, according to traders and Refinitiv Eikon data, as Kiev
seeks to cut its dependence on energy supplies from Moscow.
MOSCOW An independent Russian producer has made a foray into China's market for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), jostling with Middle Eastern countries for what could be a lucrative foothold, market data showed and traders said.
* Annual production seen at 500,000 tonnes of propane and
MOSCOW Two ships ablaze in the Black Sea region, leaving at least 10 crew dead, caught fire while transferring fuel mid-sea after one vessel was barred from using its usual port in southern Russia due to U.S. sanctions risk, two sources told Reuters.
MOSCOW Russia plans to halt exports of light and heavy oil products to Belarus from next month until the end of next year, with restrictions also applying to shipments of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), two Russian government sources told Reuters.
MOSCOW Russia is planning to limit exports of refined oil products to Belarus in a bid to curtail re-exports from the country, which come at the expense of the Russian budget, according to a Belarussian document and a Russian official.
MOSCOW/ZAGREB After watching their soccer team lose 4-2 to France in the World Cup final in Moscow on Sunday, some Croatians wept with sadness while others felt pride that their tiny nation had gone so far in the tournament. | Video
PARIS/MOSCOW Millions of French fans were overwhelmed with joy on Sunday as France beat Croatia 4-2 to win soccer's World Cup in a pulsating final in Moscow, sparking ecstatic scenes of celebration from Paris to Marseille, from Lyon to Lille. | Video
MOSCOW/ZAGREB After watching their soccer team lose 4-2 to France in the World Cup final in Moscow on Sunday, some Croatians wept with sadness while others felt pride that their tiny nation had gone so far in the tournament.