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2014 Media Kit


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Jones Act tanker idles as Brent-U.S. crude spread collapses

Reuters | October 06, 2014 | Energy | Maritime

A U.S. Jones Act coastal tanker hired this summer by Delta Air Line’s refining arm has been anchored empty for nearly two weeks in the Gulf of Mexico after weaker European crude markets reopened an arbitrage to ship oil more cheaply to the East Coast. Read More »

Russia led South Stream pipeline still a go

Reuters | October 06, 2014 | Breakbulk & Projects | Energy | Pipeline | International Trade

The Russia-led South Stream undersea gas pipeline is still going ahead, Energy Minister Alexander Novak was quoted as saying on Saturday, following concerns the European Union might be losing enthusiasm for the project. Read More »

U.S. Coal Exports Continued To Decline

AJOT | October 05, 2014 | Energy | International Trade | Ports & Terminals | Ports | Dry Bulk Port

U.S. coal exports have continued to decline from their record volumes in 2012. During the first half of 2014, coal exports totaled 52.3 million short tons (MMst), 16% below the same period in 2013. Read More »

Indonesia’s Pertamina seeks US LNG supply, shale equity

Reuters | October 01, 2014 | Energy

Indonesia’s Pertamina is in talks to secure a greater supply of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the United States and to buy into a shale gas producer there, the state oil and gas firm said, as it looks overseas to fill gaps left by declining domestic output and higher demand. Read More »

Shell says Westward Ho pipeline on hold

Reuters | September 30, 2014 | Energy | Pipeline

Royal Dutch Shell Plc has put its 300,000 barrels per day Louisiana-to-Texas Westward Ho oil pipeline project on hold as newer pipelines have already swamped the region with hundreds of thousands of barrels of domestic light sweet crude per day. Read More »

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