China Data: August Gasoline, Gasoil Exports Rebound from July

China’s gasoline and gasoil exports rebounded in August after declining for two consecutive months since June, despite limited export quota availability, S&P Global Platts’ calculations based on latest General Administration of Customs data showed. Gasoline exports in August totaled 1.26 million mt, up 41.6% from July, and up 39.1% from a year earlier. Gasoil exports
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Saga Cruises’ first newbuild boutique cruise ship is to be christened during a ceremony at the Port of Dover, UK on 5 July 2019. Spirit of Discovery will be the first vessel to be named at Dover in more than a decade, which will also make her the first to be christened at Dover Western
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 A faster rise in exports and slightly slower growth in inbound shipments led to India’s trade deficit reducing in August from a six-month high in July. The trade deficit in August was $17.4 billion, compared to $18.2 billion in July. This was due to slower growth in the crucial crude oil import bill, which rose
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The International Air Transport Association (IATA) released data for global air freight markets showing that demand, measured in freight tonne kilometres (FTKs), rose 2.1 per cent in July 2018, compared to the same period the year before. This was the slowest pace of growth seen since May 2016 and well below the five-year average growth
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Euro zone producer prices rose slightly more than forecast in July, driven by expensive energy, data released on Tuesday by the European Union statistics agency showed. Eurostat said prices at factory gates in the 19 countries sharing the euro rose 0.4 percent month-on-month in July against market expectations of a 0.3 percent rise in a
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MUMBAI: India’s coal import rose 11.9 per cent to 78.7 million tonnes in the first four months of the current fiscal. The Country had imported 70.3 million tonnes (MT) coal in April-July period of the last fiscal, mjunction services, a joint venture between Tata Steel and SAIL, has said. “Overall, coal and coke imports during
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Russian oil output in September will remain at the same level as it was in July and August, TASS news agency cited Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak as saying on Monday. Oil output stood at 11.21 million barrels per day (bpd) in August, virtually unchanged from July and near a post-Soviet high as production curbs
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Russia kept pumping oil near post-Soviet records last month as it reaped benefits from a deal with OPEC easing output caps and record-high oil prices in rubles. The nation extracted an average of 11.21 million barrels of crude per day in August, according to data emailed Sunday by the Russian Energy Ministry’s CDU-TEK unit. Volumes
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Imports of Iranian crude oil by major buyers in Asia hit a 10-month high in July, as only South Korea lowered imports ahead of upcoming U.S. sanctions on Tehran, government and ship-tracking data showed. China, India, Japan and South Korea last month imported 1.87 million barrels per day (bpd) from Iran, according to the data.
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The International Air Transport Association (IATA) released data for global air freight markets showing that demand, measured in freight tonne kilometers (FTKs), rose 2.1% in July 2018, compared to the same period the year before. This was the slowest pace of growth seen since May 2016 and well below the five-year average growth rate of
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