Tag: lpg

LPG Markets are Back in Favor

July finished with additional signs that the LPG markets are coming back into favor, with overall offtake increasing 14% from June. Higher discharges took place in parts of Asia, where Japanese and South Korean imports each grew 24%, to 324,000

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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 LPG Report

Government initiatives to encourage India’s LPG use by households has given a steady boost to demand, and recently improved economic data should encourage that growth to continue.

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LPG Weekly

We last addressed OPEC LPG shipments back in August (see Vol. 5, Issue 33), highlighting how they appeared to be diverging from the OPEC oil production cut deal and increasing instead.

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LPG Weekly

Higher demand for propane-fueled crop-drying helped push US prices up nearly 40%. The effect of the price gain was amplified in Northwest Europe and the Far East, where propane nearly doubled since early September.

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Domestic East

East Africa’s LPG offtake could set up for a strong demand period in coming months. LPG offtake in the region soared to 48,000 bpd in July and has averaged 14,000 in the five months since. However, the beginning of the

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