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Oil prices rise as Russia fuel export ban stokes supply concerns

Oil prices rose as renewed global supply concerns from Russia's fuel export ban counteracted fears that slowing economies and high interest rates could crimp demand.

Port Arthur LNG Phase 2 Project receives Federal Energy Regulatory Commission authorization

Sempra Infrastructure, a subsidiary of Sempra, today announced that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has approved the permit authorizing the Port Arthur LNG Phase 2 expansion project under development at Port Arthur LNG in Jefferson County, Texas

Ethanol groups slam U.S. EPA advisors for report on fuel's 'minimal' climate benefit

The ethanol and corn industries slammed an advisory board to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for a draft report that found there could be little climate benefit to using corn-starch ethanol as a fuel, compared with gasoline.

Biden's IRA drives surge in U.S. imports of Chinese used cooking oil for biodiesel and SAF

Used cooking oil can be refined into fuels such as biodiesel and SAF, which can be blended with conventional fuels to reduce carbon emissions.

Mexico's Energy Secretary authorizes the construction of country's first catalyzer plant

During the 58th Anniversary celebration of the Mexican Petroleum Institute, Rocío Nahle García, the head of Mexico's  Energy Secretary, announced the commencement of construction for the nation's first Catalyzer Plant as a vital component of Mexico's energy policy.

Fugro provides geotechnical expertise for clean fuel project in Louisiana

St. Charles Clean Fuels, LLC has contracted with Fugro to provide geotechnical engineering services for an innovative 'blue' ammonia facility in southeastern Louisiana.

ExxonMobil expands chemical production at its Baytown, Texas (U.S.) manufacturing facility

ExxonMobil announced the startup of two new chemical production units at its Baytown, Texas, manufacturing facility.

Vitol ships gasoline and MTBE cargoes to Mexico

Mexican state energy company Pemex has resumed dealing with Vitol nearly three years since deals with the world's largest independent energy trader were banned over a graft scandal.

U.S. producer prices accelerate in August on gasoline

U.S. producer prices increased by the most in more than a year in August as the cost of gasoline surged, the latest indication that the road to low inflation would be uneven.

OCI Global doubles capacity as shipping industry seeks green methanol

OCI Global the world's biggest producer of green methanol, plans to double the production capacity at its Texas facility to 400,000 metric tons per year.