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  • China’s crude stock (including strategic and commercial petroleum reserves) could reach 1.15bn barrels in 2020, equivalent to 83 days of oil demand, according to the latest analysis from Wood Mackenzie.‘Major crude oil importers such as China have been known to build their strategic reserves when pr...

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  • The largest oil supply surplus the world has ever seen in a single quarter is about to hit the global market from April, creating an imbalance of around 10mn b/d.According to analysis by Rystad Energy, global storage infrastructure is in trouble and will be unable to take more crude and products in ...

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  • The development of renewable energy that is intermittent and decentralised requires the security of the electricity grid through flexible electricity storage capacities, especially in the form of batteries.Total has unveiled plans to build a battery-based energy storage project in Mardyck, at the Fl...

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  • The UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak announced his first post-Brexit budget on 11 March, which included a number of measures relating to the energy sector and the environment, aimed at helping the government achieve its mission to deliver clean energy and lead on the path to net zero emiss...

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  • Prostar Capital reports that some $100mn is to be invested in its newly acquired GTI Statia (GTIS) storage terminal to expand and upgrade operating capacity to meet demand from new and existing customers.GTIS is one of the largest independent crude and refined product storage terminals serving the U...

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  • This month’s issue begins with the second of a two-part article looking at the variety of routes being taken by the oil and gas sector in the drive to a low carbon future, with a particular focus on the activities of Repsol, ADNOC and BP. Keeping to the energy transition theme, we also highlight how...

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  • The coronavirus is significantly impacting oil demand in China as travel by road, rail and air across the country has collapsed following quarantine measures and restrictions implemented by the Chinese government in a bid to stop the disease spreading.According to BloombergNEF: ‘The demand shock has...

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  • Global subsea equipment solutions company Ashtead Technology has completed subsea installation monitoring work to support the Northern Lights carbon capture and storage (CCS) project in the North Sea. Developed by Equinor in partnership with Shell and Total, the Northern Lights project is the first ...

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  • This year may prove to be a strong one for the refining sector, but 2020 has had a difficult start, according to Wood Mackenzie. The market analyst expects some turbulence this year as a number of factors come together – geopolitical risk, the impact of IMO 2020 regulations, and US tight oil product...

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  • After more than a year of trade tensions, the US and China signed a ‘phase one’ trade deal on 16 January 2020. As part of the deal, China has agreed to increase the value of energy imports by $52.4bn above 2017 levels over the next two years. What could this mean for the oil market?Ann-Louise Hittle...

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