Iran’s China Exports Rise With Post-Sanction Energy Cooperation Plans

Asian imports of Iranian oil in August rose by 10% from a year ago, said Press TV, adding that China accounted for the lion’s share of this increase of more than 1 m b/d of crude.

New S.African Crude Blending Terminal to Supply Asia in 2017

Using the world's first dedicated crude oil blending terminal, South Africa will by 2017 mix different grades of crude oil for export to refineries across Asia, enabling them to produce cleaner fuels more cheaply, an ...

Foreign Firms Compete in Mexico’s First Oil Auction in Years

US, European and Asian energy firms will compete Wednesday in Mexico's first oil auction since a historic reform brought back private investors, nearly 80 years after they were kicked out.

Indonesia Seeking to Rejoin OPEC

Indonesia is seeking to rejoin OPEC to get access to cheaper oil supplies as demand soars and domestic production falls, but critics say the move is an unwelcome distraction from efforts to overhaul the country's tro ...

Looking to Make Moves in the Asia, Russia Signs Oil Deal with India

Top Russian oil producer Rosneft has raised the stakes in its battle with Saudi Arabia for market share by securing new Asian markets to hedge against the risk that any new Western sanctions could hit crude sales.

Saudi Price Measures Target Asian Markets, Only

Saudi Arabia has cut the official selling price (OSP) for its benchmark Arab Light crude to Asia in August, as expected, while raising the price to European customers.

Saudi Varying Crude Prices Targeted to Asian Market

Top oil exporter Saudi Arabia is expected to cut monthly prices for medium and heavy grades it sells to Asia in August on weaker fuel oil cracks, while keeping the price for its flagship light crude little changed

Asian Crude Buyers on Knife Edge Over Iran Nuke Deal

Asian imports of Iranian crude rose to the highest level this year in May, although buyers may have to curb any further increases if negotiators up against a deadline fail to reach a final deal on Tehran's disputed n ...

Traders Set to Send Record Amount of North Sea Oil to South Korea

Oil traders may send a record amount of crude from the North Sea to South Korea this month, amid signs that refining rates in the Asian country are surging.

Asian Oil Refiners Look to Adapt to Market Changes Amid Crude Glut

The surge in oil supplies that has crushed prices is prompting some refiners in Asia to buy more crude that can be delivered immediately rather than at some future date, adding to pressure on sellers.

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