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Asian oil refiners' shipping fuel profits grow on IMO 2020 demand

06 Dec 2019

* Impact delayed by high stocks and as ships drag out purchases

Oil dips after U.S. stock build; U.S.-China deal hopes support

27 Nov 2019

SINGAPORE, Nov 27 Oil fell on Wednesday after an industry report showed an unexpected build in U.S. crude inventories, but optimism around the signing of the first phase of a U.S.-China trade deal capped a deeper slide in prices.

Oil dips on worries U.S.-China trade deal could slip to next year

21 Nov 2019

SINGAPORE, Nov 21 Oil prices retreated on Thursday as a spat over Hong Kong added to worries of a delay in any U.S.-China trade deal, after posting steep gains in the previous session on bullish U.S. crude inventory data.

Asian gasoil margins slump to 5-mth low as India opens export taps

14 Nov 2019

* IMO 2020 demand for gasoil likely to soak up excess supplies

India's diesel exports to weigh on Asia's refining margins

08 Nov 2019

MUMBAI/SINGAPORE Higher diesel exports from India will likely weigh on refining profit margins in Asia, analysts and traders said, as fuel demand growth is set to fall to its lowest in at least six years as the country's economy stutters.

India's diesel exports to weigh on Asia's refining margins

08 Nov 2019

MUMBAI/SINGAPORE , Nov 8 Higher diesel exports from India will likely weigh on refining profit margins in Asia, analysts and traders said, as fuel demand growth is set to fall to its lowest in at least six years as the country's economy stutters.

Winter bonus for jet fuel buyers as spot discounts at widest since June

07 Nov 2019

SINGAPORE Asian jet fuel buyers are getting the biggest cash discounts in nearly five months as the differentials are weighed down by plentiful supplies in the region and muted demand from the aviation sector.

RPT-Cheaper solar power gains ground in southeast Asia

01 Nov 2019

* Malaysia plans tender for 500 MW plant in Q2 2020 - minister

Cheaper solar power gains ground in southeast Asia

31 Oct 2019

SINGAPORE Southeast Asia is accelerating plans to harness energy from the sun in coming years as the cost of generating electricity from some solar power projects has become more affordable than gas-fired plants, officials and analysts said.

Coal demand resilient in Asia even as renewables pick up pace - IEA

30 Oct 2019

SINGAPORE, Oct 30 Coal demand in Asia will grow in coming years primarily due to its affordability as the region needs to power up its fast-growing economies, a director of the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Wednesday.

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