Diesel

New Zealand's fuel shortage hits more flights and petrol stations

WELLINGTON (Reuters) — New Zealand's jet fuel shortage on Tuesday forced 39 flights to be cancelled, 13 of them international, with concerns the fuel crisis may spread after fuel stations in the country's largest city Auckland halted high-octane gasoline sales.

North Korea fuel prices soar after U.N. sanctions capping supply

(Reuters) — Gasoline and diesel prices rose sharply in North Korea after its sixth nuclear test and as the U.N. Security Council imposed new sanctions capping fuel supply, market data analyzed by Reuters on Monday showed.

New Zealand military called in after pipeline leak hits air travel

WELLINGTON (Reuters) — New Zealand called in its defense force on Monday to help move fuel around the country after a burst oil pipeline triggered a jet fuel shortage, causing dozens of flight cancellations and disrupting the plans of thousands of airline passengers.

Oil and chemical spills from Hurricane Harvey big, but dwarfed by Katrina

NEW YORK/BOSTON (Reuters) — More than 22,000 bbl of oil, refined fuels and chemicals spilled at sites across Texas in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, along with millions of cubic feet of natural gas and hundreds of tons of other toxic substances, a Reuters review of company reports to the US Coast Guard shows.

Koch, supported by Vopak, brings first imports of ultra-low sulfur diesel to Mexico

VERACRUZ, Mexico — Koch Supply & Trading Mexico is importing its first cargo of ultra-low sulfur diesel (ULSD) into Mexico through the Port of Veracruz.

China's Unipec to ship first VLCC of diesel to Europe

SINGAPORE (Reuters) — Unipec, the trading arm of China’s state-owned Sinopec, is shipping its first very large crude carrier (VLCC) of diesel from China to Europe, two sources close to the matter said on Friday.

Storms worsen unprecedented summer slump in US diesel supply

NEW YORK (Reuters) — US diesel stockpiles did something this year that has never happened in the summer before: They shrank. And that was even before Hurricane Harvey landed, knocking out a quarter of US refining capacity, crippling production of fuel products.

EIA: Global use of liquid fuels to grow by nearly a fifth by 2040

NEW YORK (Reuters) — Global use of petroleum and other liquid fuels will grow by nearly a fifth by 2040, driven by the transportation and industrial sectors, the US government said on Thursday.

US extends shipping waiver to Sept. 22 for storm relief

WASHINGTON (Reuters) — The US Homeland Security Department on Wednesday said it has extended through Sept. 22 a temporary waiver of a law that limits the availability of shipping vessels, in a move to help Hurricanes Harvey and Irma responders get access to fuel.

Sulfurous fuels flow to West Africa as states defer tougher rules

LONDON/LAGOS — Nigeria and several other West African states are not expected to implement rules banning imports of sulfur-heavy fuels until Dec. 1 at the earliest after missing summer deadlines, drawing the ire of health campaigners pushing for cleaner air.