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Algeria won't extend crude-for-products deal with Vitol beyond April: sources

Apr 24 2019

LONDON/ALGIERS Algerian state energy company Sonatrach has decided not to extend its crude-for-oil products deal with trading house Vitol that ends this month, two sources with direct knowledge of the matter said.

Strikes impact Shell's Pernis oil refinery but extent unclear

Apr 15 2019

LONDON Striking workers at Royal Dutch Shell's Pernis plant in the Netherlands have taken offline a thermal gasoil installation, a Dutch union said on Monday, in the first sign of any impact from industrial action on Europe's largest oil refinery.

Explainer - As conflict flares once more, what's at stake for Libya's oil?

Apr 11 2019

LONDON/CAIRO Eastern-based Libyan forces commanded by Khalifa Haftar launched an offensive last week to take control of Tripoli, the capital, plunging the OPEC country into a new round of armed conflict.

As conflict flares once more, what's at stake for Libya's oil?

Apr 11 2019

LONDON/CAIRO Eastern-based Libyan forces commanded by Khalifa Haftar launched an offensive last week to take control of Tripoli, the capital, plunging the OPEC country into a new round of armed conflict.

EXPLAINER-As conflict flares once more, what's at stake for Libya's oil?

Apr 11 2019

LONDON/CAIRO, April 11 Eastern-based Libyan forces commanded by Khalifa Haftar launched an offensive last week to take control of Tripoli, the capital, plunging the OPEC country into a new round of armed conflict.

Shell, HES to resurrect German oil refinery ahead of IMO 2020 shipping rules: sources

Mar 12 2019

LONDON Royal Dutch Shell has struck a deal with Dutch tank terminal firm HES International to partially restart a German oil refinery mothballed since 2011 in response to new restrictions on marine fuels, two trading sources told Reuters.

OPEC likely to defer output policy decision until June: sources

Mar 04 2019

DUBAI/LONDON OPEC and its partners are unlikely to decide on their output policy in April as it would be too early to get a clear picture of the impact of their supply cuts on the market by then, three OPEC sources said on Monday.

OPEC likely to defer output policy decision until June - sources

Mar 04 2019

DUBAI/LONDON, March 4 OPEC and its partners are unlikely to decide on their output policy in April as it would be too early to get a clear picture of the impact of their supply cuts on the market by then, three OPEC sources said on Monday.

Shipowner Euronav to use mega tanker for low-sulphur fuel storage

Mar 01 2019

LONDON Euronav, one of the largest tanker companies in the world, will deploy one of its two ultra large crude carriers (ULCC) to store cleaner marine fuel ahead of a major regulatory change in 2020, the Belgium-headquartered group said on Friday.

Brent prices slip but OPEC tightening supplies support

Mar 01 2019

LONDON Brent crude fell on Friday, weighed down by surging U.S. supply and concerns of a global economic slowdown, but falling OPEC supplies put a floor under prices.

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