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  1. AEO2015: US on track to eliminate net energy imports by 2030

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    Wed, 15 Apr 2015

  2. AEO2015: US on track to eliminate net energy imports by 2030

    Continued growth in oil and natural gas production, growth in the use of renewables, and the application of demand-side efficiencies show the potential to eliminate net US energy imports in the 2020 to 2030 timeframe, according to projections in the Annual Energy Outlook 2015 (AEO2015), released by ...

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    Fri, 17 Apr 2015

  3. API says oil output rise, warmer winter slashed January imports 11%

    The American Petroleum Institute said Wednesday that a rise in US production and a warm winter combined to slash petroleum imports 11% in January. It said a 30.9% drop in imported refined products underscored the current US consumer demand situation.

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    Wed, 13 Feb 2002

  4. CHINA'S NEW OIL IMPORT STATUS UNDERPINS WORLD'S MOST DYNAMIC PETROLEUM SCENE

    China is poised to become a net importer of oil in 1994 95. That sets the stage for China importing more than 1 million b/d of crude oil and refined products on a net basis by the turn of the century. That development underpins a bigger story arguably the biggest story on the petroleum scene today. ...

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    Mon, 9 May 1994

  5. India to import LNG from Iran, acquire oilfield stake

    India and Iran have agreed in principle for India to import 5 million tonnes of LNG in phases from Iran under a 25 year contract. To facilitate the imports , the Indian government is expected to build another LNG import terminal on the country's west coast

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    Fri, 16 May 2003

  6. Analyst sees lag in Chinese market for imported petroleum products

    Earlier excitement over China's promise to open its market to more imports of lighter petroleum products besides fuel oil is fading after a slow start and a fast shuffle by Chinese authorities.

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    Thu, 30 May 2002

  7. US crude imports maintain steady gravity

    During 2000-04, the ratio of heavier crudes to lighter crudes imported into the US has remained relatively steady at around 1:1.

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    Mon, 16 Jan 2006

  8. IOC expansions to boost crude imports by 14%

    India's state-run refiner Indian Oil Corp. (IOC) expects to import 14% more oil during the current fiscal year than it did during 2005-06 in order to feed an expanded plant at Haryana. The company is building new plants and expanding existing operations to meet India's surging demand for fuels and ...

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    Tue, 12 Sep 2006

  9. U.S. SECURITY THREAT FROM OIL IMPORTS AT ISSUE

    The U.S. government has received conflicting advice on whether oil imports pose a threat to national security. On the one hand, independent producers say the government should declare that the increase in oil and petroleum products imports threatens to impair national security. On the other, the ...

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    Mon, 20 Jun 1994

  10. China’s LPG production edges up, imports slide further

    China’s 2007 LPG output maintained its steady increase since 2002, while LPG imports continued their 5-year slide, according to a recently released study by FACTS Global Energy (FGE), Honolulu.

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    Mon, 1 Sep 2008

  11. China LPG production edges up, imports slide

    China's 2007 LPG output maintained its steady increase since 2002, while LPG imports continued their 5-year slide, according to a recently released study by FACTS Global Energy (FGE), Honolulu.

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    Mon, 25 Aug 2008

  12. Pakistan oil imports fell in July and August

    Pakistan oil imports fell by 7.6% in July and August compared with the same period last year, and officials attributed the drop to industrial users' fuel switching from oil to natural gas and coal.

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    Tue, 16 Sep 2003

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