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China to buy larger share of GCC exports

Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC) export to China is growing in Saudi Arabia, Qatar, UAE and Oman and is set to increase in Kuwait next year, according to an expert. A deal announced in mid-August between Kuwait Petroleum Corp (KPC)

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Morgan Stanley to set up natural gas export plant

Morgan Stanley has quietly filed plans to build and run one of the first US compressed natural gas export facilities, the first sign the bank is plunging back into physical commodity markets even as it sells its physical oil business.

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Tasweeq offers low-sulphur diesel cargo

Qatar International Petroleum Marketing Company (Tasweeq), has offered its first ultra-low-sulphur diesel cargo for export from a new secondary unit at its Laffan refinery, industry sources said. The product could eventually displace th

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Iran to halt marine fuel exports for at least a month

Exports of Iranian marine fuel oil have unexpectedly been halted for two weeks and will not resume for at least a month, a source at the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) said. Trade sources said Iran could be stocking up on fuel oil

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Marmum to boost juices export

Marmum Dairy Farm, a subsidiary of Dubai Investments (DI) and one of the leading dairy brands in the UAE, has announced plans to export over 1.8 million litres of its Raha long-life juices across the Middle East and Africa this year.

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Marmum to boost juices export

Marmum Dairy Farm, a subsidiary of Dubai Investments (DI) and one of the leading dairy brands in the UAE, has announced plans to export over 1.8 million litres of its Raha long-life juices across the Middle East and Africa this year.

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Iraq July oil exports to hit 2.6 million bpd

Iraq expects oil exports to reach 2.6 million barrels per day (bpd) this month and has expanded the capacity of its export facilities in the south to 3 million barrels daily, Oil Minister Abdul Kareem Luaibi said. Speaking on a to

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Syria struggles to seal deal to sell wheat to Iraq

Private Iraqi grain traders have not been able get trucks across the Syrian border to complete a deal, first agreed in June, to buy 200,000 tonnes of wheat from Syria's state grain body due to conflict raging in both countries.

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Fresh fish export ban being exploited in Bahrain

Fish exporters are exploiting a loophole that allows them to get around a ban on the export of popular fresh fish, the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication has reported.   The ban was introduced to keep

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Iraqi Kurds plan to continue oil exports

Iraqi Kurdistan's natural resources minister said on Tuesday (June 17) the region plans to continue oil exports and will be able to meet its allocated budget through independent oil shipments by the year-end.  

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