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Poland says sees no further delay in LNG gas terminal construction WARSAW: Poland's Deputy Prime Minister Janusz Piechocinski said on Monday that the liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in the Baltic city of Swinoujscie should be ready in July 2015, despite fears of further delay in construction. The terminal, under contruction by Italy's Saipem, is a key element of Poland's strategy to diversify energy sources for the country that now heavily relies on Russian supplies of gas and oil. "It should be (ready in July)," Piechocinski told private broadcaster TVN Biznes i Swiat.Copyright Reuters, 2015

Pacific Crude-Refinery appetite wanes; Ruby slightly stronger SINGAPORE: The Asia-Pacific crude market came under pressure on Monday from waning refinery appetite after Taiwan's CPC failed to award an import tender.CPC had sought to buy two cargoes of sweet crude for May-arrival on the spot market, but did not award the tender, traders said. Last month, the company bought three cargoes of West African crude on the spot market.Instead, CPC would take delivery of a cargo each of Angolan Cabinda and Girassol under ...

Brent spread to widen to negative $16.98 in three months SINGAPORE: The spread between US oil first month and Brent oil first month may widen to negative $16.98 per barrel over the next three months, as the nearest support at negative $13.54 may not hold.Support is provided by the 50 percent Fibonacci retracement on the uptrend from the Oct. 14, 2011 low of negative $28.10 to the Jan. 15, 2015 high of $1.02.The uptrend consists of five waves respectively labeled a, b, c, d, e. ...

Prompt gas prices slide as supply outstrips demand LONDON: Prompt natural gas prices fell on Monday as supply outpaced demand and expectations of liquified natural gas (LNG) deliveries weighed on the market.The within-day contract traded at 49.65 pence per therm at 0845 GMT, down 2.2 pence since its last settlement. Prices for delivery on Tuesday were down 1.95 pence at 49.95 pence per therm.With supply flows at about 307.1 million cubic metres (mcm) per day on Monday and demand expected to be about ...

Brent oil may hover below resistance at $63.40 SINGAPORE: Brent oil faces a resistance at $63.40 per barrel and may continue to hover below this level or retrace towards a support at $59.10.The resistance and the support are identified respectively as the 50 percent and the 38.2 percent Fibonacci retracements on the fall from the Nov. 21, 2014 high of $81.61 to the Jan. 13 low of $45.19.Oil failed to break the resistance at its first attempt on February 17; it may fail ...

Oil falls 1pc on weak China outlook, higher Libya production SINGAPORE: Oil fell about 1 percent on Monday after posting its first monthly rise since June, pressured by continued weakness in China's vast manufacturing sector and higher Libyan crude output.The Chinese central bank cut benchmark lending and deposit rates a day before it released official data that showed a second consecutive month of shrinking manufacturing activity for February."While the Chinese New Year is impacting the numbers, the second consecutive sub-50 reading for the Chinese manufacturing ...

Oil prices stabilise in Asian trade SINGAPORE: Oil prices stabilised in Asia Monday following sharp gains in the previous session as dealers predicted the end of volatile trading and the beaten-down commodity bottoming out, analysts said. US benchmark West Texas Intermediate (WTI) for April delivery fell 37 cents to $49.39 while Brent crude eased 28 cents to $62.30 in late-morning trade. WTI advanced $1.59 while Brent gained a hefty $2.53 on Friday.WTI, after having fallen in early 2015 to a six-year ...


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