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International

Roslan Khasawneh

SOS: Stranded and shattered seafarers threaten global supply lines

Jul 20 2021

LONDON/SINGAPORE "I've seen grown men cry," says Captain Tejinder Singh, who hasn't set foot on dry land in more than seven months and isn't sure when he'll go home.

Analysis: Brazil's lower-sulphur fuel oil outsells LatAm peers in Asia

Jul 01 2021

RIO DE JANEIRO/MEXICO CITY/SINGAPORE Brazil is growing its marine fuel oil exports to Asia's lucrative premium hubs, where rules mandating lower sulphur content have been squeezing out most of its Latin American peers, according to sources and data.

Asia Pacific renewable investments to double to $1.3 trillion by 2030 - Woodmac

Jun 22 2021

SINGAPORE Asia Pacific investments in renewable energy generation by 2030 may double to $1.3 trillion from the previous decade, dwarfing fossil fuel power expenditures that are expected to drop by about 25% to $54 billion annually, according to Wood Mackenzie.

Analysis-China's growing bunker fuel market squeezes out N. Asian competitors

Jun 17 2021

Singapore China is reshaping global shipping fuel markets by taking advantage of its booming maritime trade and massive refining capacity to undercut rivals from Singapore to South Korea and become the world's fastest-growing major marine fuel hub.

Hong Kong ends quarantine curbs on port calls by non-cargo vessels

Jun 15 2021

SINGAPORE, June 15 Hong Kong providers of shipping services are breathing a sigh of relief after authorities announced they would ease strict quarantine restrictions imposed last July on vessels calling at the Asian shipping hub, trade sources said.

China's teapots snap up fuel oil after 5-year import hiatus - sources

Jun 11 2021

* Purchases spurred by crude quota shortage, bitumen blend tax

Reliance says FCCU unit at Jamnagar refinery shut, exports may be delayed

Jun 10 2021

NEW DELHI India's private refiner Reliance Industry said on Wednesday a secondary unit at its export-focussed refinery in the western state of Gujarat has been shut since June 6, which may delay the shipment of some product cargoes.

Tanker operators file against Winson Oil in latest Hin Leong fallout

Jun 04 2021

SINGAPORE Maersk Tankers Singapore Pte Ltd and Scorpio LR2 Pool Ltd have filed separate claims in the Singapore High Court against Winson Oil Trading Pte Ltd for failing to fulfil its contractual obligations, court documents show.

World News

'Pingdemic' puts Britain's food supply under strain

LONDON (Reuters) -British supermarkets said on Thursday that some products were in short supply and petrol stations had been forced to close after the official health app told hundreds of thousands of workers to isolate following contact with someone with COVID-19.