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Online sales and heavy trucks to drive China’s HDMO market

Demand for heavy duty motor oil (HDMO) in trucks in China is estimated to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 0.6% through 2022, based on the ‘most likely’ scenario in a recently published report from Kline. In particular, the heavy truck fleet is estimated to show 5% to 7% annual gr...

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Sinopec’s retail IPO gets green light from State

The Chinese authorities have finally approved Sinopec’s long-awaited initial public offering (IPO) of the business arm that runs its network of fuel retail outlets and convenience stores, reports Petrolworld. Although a definitive timetable for when preparations will start has not been set, it is un...

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Saudi Aramco unveils Saudi service station plans

Following the creation of RetailCo, a wholly owned fuel retailing subsidiary, Saudi Aramco is planning to rollout Aramco-branded service stations across Saudi Arabia. RetailCo will also serve the aviation sector.‘RetailCo will grow its operations in both the automotive and aviation fuel segments, of...

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What does 2019 hold in store for petrochemicals?

Since the 1960s, global consumption of plastics and new applications have been the main demand driver of the petrochemical industry. Even in 2018, plastics continued to take centre stage for the world’s petrochemical industry, with global demand growth rates exceeding global GDP growth. Indeed, with...

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Mixed mood for LNG in 2019

As we enter 2019, the mood in the LNG market is mixed. The big LNG buyers are back, and we are set for a record year for supply in terms of both production growth and new project FIDs.Sharing his thoughts on what will shape the market longer term, Wood Mackenzie Research Director Giles Farrer sugges...

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