Tag: china

US-China Energy Flows Belie Combative Rhetoric

Tension between the United States and China has ratcheted up in recent weeks amid increasingly hostile rhetoric. The global spread of the coronavirus has further hurt relations between Beijing and Washington, stoking the possibility of a new trade war amid

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Global LNG Report – Daily: Market Analysis

Asian LNG spot prices remain stable, with higher bids heard in the market while demand sentiments still subdued fueled by news of CNPC declaring force majeure. Northeast Asian terminals received 64 vessels, up from 61 last week. Next week’s outlook

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The To and Fro of Mexican Flows

Mexican imports of petroleum products from China and South Korea doubled between 2018 and 2019, and though the United States remains by far its largest supplier, Asian refiners have gained market share in the Central American country. Last year, Mexico

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Global Missed Port Calls Rise With Coronavirus

Container ship visits to Chinese ports, measured both in number of vessels scheduled to call and their cumulative capacity in twenty-foot-equivalent units (TEU) plunged in late January and early February – largely due to the normal seasonal downturn associated with

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Awaiting the Coronavirus Impact

The Coronavirus is causing all manner of concerns across the world, claiming over 1,000 lives amid fears of a global economic slowdown. Nonetheless, we are yet to see an impact on oil flows heading to East Asia. In January, Chinese

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Global Oilseed Weekly

Trade frictions between India and Malaysia over the latter’s stance on Kashmir has impacted palm oil. India has largely turned to Indonesia, while Malaysia may have too look to China as a destination.

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