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SINGAPORE, Sept 12 (Reuters) - The global oil industry gathered in Singapore this week for the annual Asia Pacific Petroleum Conference (APPEC).
Below are stories from the conference and interviews with executives covering topics including the oil demand-supply outlook, U.S. crude exports and the impact of a switch by the shipping sector to low-sulphur fuel. TRADE, ECONOMY, DEALS Uncertainty clouds oil outlook at Asia conference Downbeat: Oil traders dwell on weaker demand growth Asia refiners’ light, sweet tooth drives change Trafigura U.S. crude exports over 1/4 of U.S. total Nayara: Iran, Venezuela cuts hits heavy oil market India’s ONGC mulls buying out petchem project Mideast may sell 20 M bpd crude to Asia by ‘40-OPEC Essar Oil UK aims for share 40% of U.S. refining EV switch may cut 13.7 M b/d oil demand by ‘40-Citi BP seeks more U.S. crude sales in Asia CNPC skips Venezuelan oil loading for 2nd month Equinor: Johan Sverdrup output 660,000 bpd by ‘22 Equinor sells two new crude grades from N. Sea fields
IMO 2020 New ship norms: Dirty fuel oil down, but not out ANALYSIS-Cheaper fuel oil stalks gasoil’s lead IOC Gujarat refinery to make IMO 2020 fuels by Oct Cosmo Oil starts building IMO-compliant fuel stocks SK Trading signs to supply VLSFO to shippers (Reporting by Asia Energy Team; editing by Jason Neely)
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