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Koustav Samanta

Jet fuel demand outlook sours after fleeting market optimism

02 Aug 2020

By Stephanie Kelly, Koustav Samanta and Bozorgmehr Sharafedin

India's June crude oil imports lowest in over five years; exports dip

01 Aug 2020

India's crude oil imports fell in June to their lowest level since February 2015, while year-on-year refined product exports declined for the first time in almost a year, government data showed on Friday.

Asian gasoil margins improve as lockdowns ease, but challenges remain

30 Jun 2020

SINGAPORE Asian refiners' profits from gasoil have more than trebled from a record low seen in early May as demand recovers after sweeping lockdowns imposed to curb the COVID-19 pandemic, although refiners ramping up production after maintenance could cap gains, analysts said.

RPT-INSIGHT-Singapore's migrant workers fear financial ruin after virus ordeal

10 Jun 2020

SINGAPORE, June 9 As Sharif Uddin contemplates leaving the cramped Singapore dormitory where he has spent weeks under coronavirus quarantine, fears about his future creep in.

Singapore's migrant workers fear financial ruin after virus ordeal

09 Jun 2020

SINGAPORE As Sharif Uddin contemplates leaving the cramped Singapore dormitory where he has spent weeks under coronavirus quarantine, fears about his future creep in.

Swamped by diesel, refiners struggle with coronavirus recovery

04 Jun 2020

LONDON/NEW YORK/SINGAPORE Brimming diesel inventories and stronger oil prices are driving down refining profits, stifling incentives to hike production even as fuel demand recovers from the coronavirus hammering.

India's petrol, diesel sales improve in May, full recovery months away

02 Jun 2020

NEW DELHI/SINGAPORE India's gasoline and gasoil sales jumped sharply in May compared with April, in a recovery from historic lows after a partial easing of the lockdown imposed to curb the coronavirus pandemic, provisional sales data showed on Monday.

Oil drops as surprise U.S. stock build douses demand recovery hopes

28 May 2020

MELBOURNE/SINGAPORE Oil prices slid for a second consecutive session on Thursday as U.S. industry data showed a steep and surprising build-up in crude stockpiles, dampening hopes of a smooth demand recovery as the world begins to ease its way out of coronavirus lockdowns.

Asian, European jet fuel margins rise on supply cuts, more flights

20 May 2020

SINGAPORE/LONDON Asian refining margins for jet fuel turned positive for the first time in a month and European margins rose to the highest level in three weeks on Wednesday, bolstered by deep supply cuts and an uptick in flights in regional markets.

Asian jet fuel refining margins turn positive first time in a month

20 May 2020

SINGAPORE, May 20 Asian refining margins for jet fuel turned positive for the first time in a month, bolstered by deep supply cuts and an uptick in domestic flights in regional markets such as China and Vietnam after governments eased in-country travel restrictions.

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