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Iraq and Iran From a Crude Perspective

If there is one area where Iraq is taking advantage of Iran’s diminishing influence, it is in the oil market. Tehran’s influence in Iraq is multifaceted and the relationship between the two neighbors is deep and complex. In the oil

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LNG Market Analysis for July

Global exports of liquefied natural gas in July totaled approximately 30.7 million tons on board 507 vessels, considerably higher than July 2018’s pace of 26.7 million tons. Approximately 30.5 million tons arrived on 514 vessels at import terminals in July,

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American Port Deliveries Move North

West Coast Canadian ports are winning market share of US cargo to and from Asia – driven by congestion and longer dwell times in southern Californian ports, as well as the competitive costs of Canadian terminals and their intermodal operators.

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Hapag-Lloyd Hedging its Bets for IMO 2020

Global container line Hapag-Lloyd will comply with the upcoming 0.5%S cap through a combination of compliant fuels, employing scrubbers and by using liquefied natural gas. The container line’s primary method of compliance with the International Maritime Organization’s sulfur cap will

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