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APPEC analysis: Asia may find Middle East crude supply remai

APPEC analysis: Asia may find Middle East crude supply remai

Singapore — Major Middle Eastern crude producers could revive their market share in Asia as the OPEC/non-OPEC output cut agreement officially ends later this year, but Asian refiners may end up paying higher prices as overall Persian Gulf >>

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  • Chinese steel mills used more scrap in H1 2018: trade body

    Chinese steel mills used more scrap in H1 2018: trade body

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    Singapore — Steel mills in China increased usage of scrap in the first half of 2018, with big steelmakers boosting the ratio of scrap in their converters, Li Shubin, Executive Vice Chairman & Secretary General of the China Association of M>>>

  • China to slap 10% tariff on US synthetic rubber, tire produc

    China to slap 10% tariff on US synthetic rubber, tire produc

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    Singapore —The synthetic rubber and tire market are being pulled into the US-China trade war, with China set to enforce a 10% tariff on various synthetic rubber and tire products originating in the US or Canada by Monday, according to Chin>>>

  • 100 Spot Commodities Price Chart - 24/09/2018 09/25

    It was assessed by SunSirs that in the tracked 100 spot commodities,2 commodities increased in prices, 1 fell and 97 remained unchanged on 24/09/2018.The largest rises were Acetone (0.41%),Phenol (>>>

  • Crude oil futures: Brent crosses /b as US-Venezuela tensi 09/25

    Singapore — Crude oil futures were higher by more than /b during mid-afternoon trade in Asia Monday, with ICE Brent crude crossing the /b mark on intensifying geopolitical tensions between the US and Venezuela, and a marginal fall in >>>

  • Pace of Russia wheat harvest slows on delays in Siberia, Ura 09/25

    London — The pace of the wheat harvest in Russia is lower year on year as of September 20 after harvesting in the eastern regions of Siberia and the Urals got off to a late start due to delayed sowing and poor weather, the agriculture mini>>>

  • German 385 MW Arkona offshore wind farm feeds first power 09/25

    London — Germany's 385 MW Arkona offshore wind farm has supplied the first electricity into the German grid with 44 of the 60 turbines now installed and being put into operation step by step, the project developers said Monday. The Eur1>>>

  • Rollback of methane rules expected to buoy US marginal wells 09/25

    Washington — When WTI spot oil prices crashed below /b in early 2016, Columbus Oil sold off every well not within an hour drive of the company's headquarters in Seminole, Oklahoma because long drives were cutting into operating costs. >>>