Qatar's Tasweeq has sold condensate cargoes to load in the last three months of this year at the lowest differential since the first quarter on weak demand in Asia, traders said.
Two major condensate splitt
Qatar's Tasweeq has sold five cargoes of Al-Shaheen crude for June loading at the highest levels in 10 months on robust demand in Asia, trade sources said on Friday.
The cargoes were sold at discounts of 35-40 cents a barrel t
Qatar's Tasweeq has cancelled a sale tender for 75,000 tonnes of naphtha for April lifting from Ras Laffan, due possibly to an outage at a condensate splitter which has been scheduled to shut next month, traders said.
Qatar International Petroleum Marketing Company (Tasweeq) has signed a term contract with Japan’s Astomos Energy Corporation for the sale and purchase of Qatar’s liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) for one more year.
Qatar International Petroleum Marketing Company, or Tasweeq, has offered an unusually large volume of straight-run fuel oil due to maintenance at its refinery, tender documents showed.
The company is offering t
Qatar International Petroleum Marketing Company, or Tasweeq, has offered 480,000 tonnes of pearl gas-to-liquid (PGTL) jet fuel and aviation fuel for the first half of next year, tender documents showed.
Qatar International Petroleum Marketing Co, or Tasweeq, plans to renew its contract to supply condensate to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for 2015, the company's chief executive said on Monday.
Under the current 2014 contact,
Qatar's state oil marketer Tasweeq expects to cut deodorised field condensate (DFC) exports in 2016 by 30 per cent from current levels as domestic consumption increases after a new splitter comes online, a senior company official said.
Qatar International Petroleum Marketing Company (Tasweeq), has offered its first ultra-low-sulphur diesel cargo for export from a new secondary unit at its Laffan refinery, industry sources said.
The product could eventually displace th
Qatar International Petroleum Marketing Company, or Tasweeq, sold eight cargoes of July loading al-Shaheen crude at premiums slightly higher than in the previous month.
The 600,000-barrel cargoes were sold at