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U.S. oil exports to Asia may fall further after surge in tanker rates

11 Oct 2018

* Rates buoyed by weather disruptions, demand and bunker costs

Taiwan's CPC Corp to buy US crude via term contract for first time -sources

11 Oct 2018

SINGAPORE, Oct 11 Taiwanese refiner CPC Corp is set to buy U.S. crude oil through a term contract for the first time, two industry sources said on Thursday.

RPT-Asia's troubled emerging markets to shave oil demand next year

01 Oct 2018

* Currency risk, high crude price to cut 100,000 bpd in oil demand

RPT-ANALYSIS-How the world's oil refiners plan to grapple with their fuel oil output after 2020

01 Oct 2018

* Refiners brace for plunge in HSFO demand, diesel boom in 2020

How the world's oil refiners plan to grapple with their fuel oil output after 2020

28 Sep 2018

SINGAPORE/TOKYO/LONDON High-sulfur fuel oil (HSFO), essentially the leftovers of an oil refiner's output, will still flow from refineries around the world even after new rules start up in 2020 curtailing its use in the global shipping fleet, a Reuters survey showed.

China's Sinopec halves Iran oil loadings under U.S. pressure: sources

28 Sep 2018

BEIJING/SINGAPORE China's Sinopec Corp is halving loadings of crude oil from Iran this month, as the state refiner comes under intense pressure from Washington to comply with a U.S. ban on Iranian oil from November, said people with knowledge of the matter.

Asia's troubled emerging markets to shave oil demand next year

28 Sep 2018

SINGAPORE Asia's emerging markets, the key driver for global oil demand growth, are being hit hard by soaring crude prices and sliding currencies, raising red flags over expectations of further increases in consumption.

Norway's Equinor mulls Asia power trading expansion post-Danske acquisition

27 Sep 2018

SINGAPORE, Sept 27 Norway's Equinor ASA could look into trading in power markets in Asia after it completes the acquisition of a Danish power trading company, a senior company official said.

OPEC will balance oil markets, but spare capacity limited: Nigerian official

26 Sep 2018

SINGAPORE The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) will act to balance the market after oil prices hit their highest in four years, but its options may be limited by available spare capacity, a Nigerian oil industry official said on Wednesday.

UPDATE 1-OPEC will balance oil markets, but spare capacity limited - Nigerian official

26 Sep 2018

* Total launches new Nigerian grade Egina (Adds quotes, details)

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