TOKYO, June 5 Japan's Nippon Steel Corp
said any move by Washington to impose tariffs on Japanese cars
and auto parts will hurt its earnings, but expects less of a
direct impact from proposed tariffs on U.S. imports from Mexico.
TOKYO, June 3 Top aluminium producers have
offered Japanese buyers premiums of $115-$120 a tonne for
July-September primary metal shipments, up 10%-14% from the
current quarter, amid tighter supply, three sources involved in
quarterly pricing talks said on Monday.
TOKYO, May 31 The costs of buying crude oil from the Middle East
could rise as war insurance for ships travelling in the region will be expanded
to include vessels travelling off the United Arab Emirates and Oman, the head of
Japan Petroleum Association said on Friday.
TOKYO Japanese miner and smelter Sumitomo Metal Mining Co Ltd (SMM) aims to more than double its production capacity of cathode materials used in batteries for automobiles by March 2028, its president Akira Nozaki said on Friday.
* Aims at cathode materials capacity of 10,000 T/mth in
SINGAPORE/TOKYO, May 15 Asian shippers and
refiners have put ships heading to the Middle East on alert and
are expecting a possible rise in marine insurance premiums after
recent attacks on Saudi oil tankers and pipeline facilities,
industry sources said on Tuesday.
SINGAPORE/TOKYO Asian shippers and refiners have put ships heading to the Middle East on alert and are expecting a possible rise in marine insurance premiums after recent attacks on Saudi oil tankers and pipeline facilities, industry sources said on Tuesday.
TOKYO JXTG Holdings, Japan's biggest oil refinery operator, has secured crude oil supplies from other countries such as Saudi Arabia to replace Iranian oil shipments that have been crimped by U.S. sanctions, its president said on Monday.
* President says no truth to report on sale of Caserones
TOKYO/SINGPORE Japanese refiners are tapping more oil from the Middle East after the United States ended all waivers from sanctions on Iran starting from this month.