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Gasoil drops ovnite to $902 but bounces higher in Asian session ahead of week end. POGO narrows again to -$25 while BOGO drops back to +$75. FAME premiums in EU are higher across the board at +230 while RME widens the gap to +247 over Gasoil. Soft oils not rallying as much as Palm. Brent/WTI unchanged at $6.50/bbl while Euro remains quite strong at 1.3861 despite political crisis with Russia
A multi-institutional team reports that it can increase sugarcane’s geographic range, boost its photosynthetic rate by 30 percent and turn it into an oil-producing crop for biodiesel production. 343 more words
India is one of the largest consumer of fossil fuels namely coal, petroleum, etc. in the world. It imports around 85 percent of the petroleum demand, thus draining precious foreign exchange reserve with serious implications for economic growth and sustainable development. 1,246 more words
Aleurites moluccanus (or moluccana), the Candlenut, is a flowering tree in the spurge family, Euphorbiaceae, also known as Lumbang, Candleberry, Indian walnut, Kemiri, Varnish tree, nuez de la India, Buah keras or Kukui nut tree as a state tree of Hawai’i. 456 more words
Gasoil bounces back on top of its range at $930/mt while BOGO narrows to -$32 and POGO is at -$94. East/West gasoil spread at its narrowest mostly because EU demand is 15% to 30% lower than prior year - only US demand firm on account of cold weather. FAME premium range-bound at +200 over ICE Gasoil while RME sells at less than $20/mt premium. PME arbitrage barely open as blend with RME not covering costs of such arbitrage. Brent/WTI rises a bit above $8/bbl while Euro remains firm at 1.3735.
No, not their restored 1971 Ford Pinto sedan or their new liquefied petroleum gas-fired combination grill, roaster and deep-fat fryer.
I’m old enough to remember when Ford introduced the Pinto and gasoline was 26 cents a gallon. 805 more words