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Banks' exposure to commodity trading houses are likely to be limited  - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Banks' exposure to commodity trading houses are likely to be limited

Reports indicate that commodity trading houses are getting margin calls. Their banks are European with a few exceptions

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Top Traders Gunvor, Mercuria Squeezed by Soaring Gas Markets and Seek Cash

Commodity traders Gunvor and Mercuria could be squeezed by rising gas prices and margin calls

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J P Morgan strategist who nailed energy surge says rally not over

The case for prolonged outperformance is now in place for the energy sector.
Is the last oil boom coming? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Is the last oil boom coming?

The world will likely see one last oil boom before the energy transition begins to bite at oil demand.

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'Distressed' crude from Venezuela, Iran stacks up off Singapore

Vessels off Singapore, Malaysia and China had about 62 million barrels last week.
AusGroup eyes turnaround under CEO Kimpton; banks on maintenance for recurring revenue - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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AusGroup eyes turnaround under CEO Kimpton; banks on maintenance for recurring revenue

Under CEO Shane Kimpton, AusGroup has steadied itself and looks poised for a turnaround. Find out more.
Singapore LNG and Keppel Corp to collaborate on NGL extraction project - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Singapore LNG and Keppel Corp to collaborate on NGL extraction project

The collaboration will be done with Keppel Energy, the wholly-owned subsidiary of Keppel Infrastructure.

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Singapore’s grip on US$30 billion oil market challenged by China

Singapore is facing the greatest competition yet to its status as the dominant marine fuel supplier in Asia.

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OPEC+ to boost oil output after Saudi-UAE compromise deal

The agreement means the cartel will boost output by 400,000 barrels a day each month from August

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OPEC+ deal fails; oil market now faces tight supplies and rising prices

Crude prices jumped 0.9% to US$76.84 a barrel as of 4.25 pm. in London, the highest since 2018.
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