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PetroChina profit boosted by stronger gas sales and fuel demand

China's top energy producer PetroChina posted a 4.7% rise in first-quarter net income helped by growth in natural gas and a recovery in fuel demand.

Global Project Data

Hydrocarbon Processing Staff: Nichols, Lee

Gulf Energy Information’s Global Energy Infrastructure (GEI) database is tracking more than 1,200 active projects in the hydrocarbon processing industry.

Crude and gasoline stocks fell, distillate stocks rose last week, EIA says

Crude inventories fell by 6.4-MM barrels to 453.6 MM barrels in the week ended April 19, the EIA said, compared with analysts' expectations in a poll for a 825,000-barrel rise.

Haiti fuel terminal operations halted as gangs seize trucks

Operations at Haiti's main fuel import terminal were suspended as armed men seized trucks and demanded the port be shut down, according to a source with information on the matter, likely exacerbating existing fuel shortages.

Renewable fuels project in Canada begins production

A Fluor Corporation project reached a major milestone recently with the production startup of the Braya Renewable Fuels facility in Come by Chance, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.

Neste and New Jersey Natural Gas target reducing greenhouse gas emissions with Neste MY Renewable Diesel

Neste and New Jersey Natural Gas look to reduce greenhouse gas emissions with Neste MY Renewable Diesel.

Niger plans to build diesel refinery and increase supplies to Mali

Niger will create a diesel refinery to supply its Sahel allies and plans a more than six-fold increase in diesel shipments to Mali to tackle that country's energy crisis.

Russian oil and products trapped on tankers hit by new Iran-related sanctions

Russian oil and products have become trapped at sea on four tankers after the U.S. hit the vessels with fresh Iran-related sanctions

Russia begins diesel exports to Sudan

Russia has begun diesel exports to Sudan as Moscow seeks new markets for its refined products after an EU embargo.

Fuel exports via Russian Railways down 12.7% y/y in March

Fuel exports via Russian Railways' network fell 12.7% year-on-year in March, the Interfax news agency reported.