JODI in the Media

Argus: Saudi Arabia to lift all travel curbs from 31 March

Saudi Arabia will remove all restrictions on movement in and out of the country from 31 March in a move that should boost regional demand for transport fuels — none more so than for jet fuel, which has been most impacted by the Covid-19 virus and the restrictions that have been imposed globally to curb its spread. ...
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Argus: Austria to tighten lockdown as Covid-19 cases soar

Austria will transition into a full lockdown next week after a partial curfew introduced earlier this month failed to slow the rise of new Covid-19 infections in the country. During the first lockdown Austria's gasoline demand fell by 29pc in March to 25,000 b/d, compared with 35,000 b/d in February, and by a further 36pc month-on-month in April to 16,000 b/d ...
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OilPrice.com: China's Crude Oil Imports Sink In October

China’s crude oil imports fell by 4.88 percent last month from a month earlier, data analytics provider OilX reported. At 10.96 million bpd, imports were more than 560,000 bpd lower than the average for September. On an annual basis, however, the October average was higher, by 3.47 percent or 367,000 bpd. ...
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OilPrice.com: Saudi Gas Production Jumps To Record

Saudi Arabia produced a record volume of natural gas earlier this year, the Kingdom’s state oil giant Aramco said in its Q3 results release on Tuesday, as the world’s top oil exporter looks to boost its position in natural gas. ...
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OilPrice.com: China’s Oil Imports Are Falling From Record Highs

China’s crude oil imports have fallen in recent months from their record high of nearly 13 million barrels per day (bpd) in June, although imports continue to be considerably higher compared to last year’s monthly levels, data from the Joint Organisations Data Initiative (JODI) showed. ...
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