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Gazprom Launches JET A-1 Fuel Production

Gazprom Neft owned Omsk Oil Refinery launched production of JET A-1 fuel for jet and turboprop engines in accordance with international standards, according to NeftegazRU.

Oman’s Motor, Jet Fuel Records Sharp Decline in H1 2020

OQ, the Omani integrated refining and petrochemicals conglomerate, reported that its refineries recorded sharp decline in its production of motor fuels, jet fuels in addition to other refined products during the f ...

Midor Refines 9.3 MMBBL of Crude in Q1 2020

Middle East Oil Refinery (Midor) has refined approximately 9.3 million barrels (mmbbl) of domestic and imported crude oil in Q1 2020.

Mostorod Refinery to Decrease Egypt’s Diesel Imports by 50%

Egypt will start trial operations at the Mostorod refinery complex in December 2018 and prepare for the actual operations to start in Q1 2019 which will contribute to decreasing diesel imports by 50% as the refine ...

ENOC to Market Jet Fuel in Egypt

The Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC) has signed an agreement that will allow Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) to sell jet fuel in Egypt.

ENOC Stockpiles Jet Fuel Ahead of Iran Sanction Deadline

Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) has reportedly chartered at least one vessel to store jet fuel as a measure to ensure supply to airlines in Dubai ahead of the US sanctions on Iranian energy trade, set to take ...

MIDOR to Sell 50,000 Tons of Jet Fuel

The Middle East Oil Refinery (MIDOR) is offering the sale of 50,000 tons of jet fuel to be shipped during the second half of November 2017.

Misr Petroleum Adds 33 Fuel Outlets

Misr Petroleum Company increased its operations during fiscal year (FY) 2016/2017, adding 33 new fuel outlets, bringing its total number to 1336.

Shell Seeks Selling Iranian Fuel in International Markets

Royal Dutch Shell is keen on selling Iran's jet fuel in international markets and is negotiating with government officials.

S-Oil to Sell Refined Oil Goods to Aramco

South Korea's S-Oil, the country's third-largest refiner, has signed a $1b deal to sell a combined 38m barrels of diesel, naphtha and jet fuel this year to Saudi Aramco.

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