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QP commences supply of very low sulphur fuel oil at RLIC port

QP commences supply of very low sulphur fuel oil at RLIC port

Qatar Petroleum (QP) has commenced the supply of Very Low Sulphur Fuel Oil (VLSFO) at Ras Laffan Industrial City (RLIC) Port.

Milaha showcasing integrated transport, logistics and supply chain solutions at Oman expo

Milaha showcasing integrated transport, logistics and supply chain solutions at Oman expo

Milaha, Qatar’s leading maritime transport and logistics conglomerate, is showcasing its integrated transport, logistics and supply chain solutions at the Infra Oman Exhibition 2019 ...

India opens contest to supply more than 100 fighter jets

India opens contest to supply more than 100 fighter jets

India is seeking to buy around 110 fighter jets, the air force said in a request for information issued on Friday, marking the first step toward a long-delayed deal that could be worth more than $15 billion.

Volvo Cars to supply Uber with up to 24,000 self-driving cars

Volvo Cars to supply Uber with up to 24,000 self-driving cars

Uber plans to buy up to 24,000 self-driving cars from Volvo, marking the transition of the US firm from an app used to summon a taxi to the owner and operator of a fleet of cars.

QNB expects oil prices at $58 a barrel in 2018

QNB expects oil prices at $58 a barrel in 2018

QNB expects oil prices to be capped at $58 a barrel in 2018. The banking group had expected average prices for 2017 to be at $55.

India to continue supply diesel to Bangladesh

India to continue supply diesel to Bangladesh

India plans to continue supply of high speed diesel (HSD) to Bangladesh, Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said yesterday...

Short supply puts hilsa out of reach for many

Short supply puts hilsa out of reach for many

Only two days to go for the Bengali New Year’s Day –Pahela Baishakh - on April 14, Abul Kashem went to a fish market

IEA sees global oil glut worsening, Opec deal unlikely

IEA sees global oil glut worsening, Opec deal unlikely

The world will store unwanted oil for most of 2016 as declines in US output take time and Opec is unlikely to cut a deal with other producers to reduce ballooning output, the International Energy Agency said.