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  • EDDYSTONE, Pennsylvania, Feb 28- A handful of new East Coast terminals that will pump Bakken and other crude from trains onto barges may end demand for imported light, sweet oil in the U.S.

  • EDDYSTONE, Pennsylvania, Feb 28- A handful of new East Coast terminals that will pump Bakken and other crude from trains onto barges may end demand for imported light, sweet oil in the U.S.

  • LONDON, Feb 27- Iran's oil tanker fleet is gearing up for more business, with some vessels taking to the high seas after over more than a year at home ports, another sign that an easing in Western sanctions is enabling exports to begin to pick up.

  • BEIJING/ NEW DELHI, Feb 21- Iran's top two oil customers China and India have boosted imports in January, taking in close to the total volume the Islamic republic is permitted to sell to all buyers following the recent easing of sanctions.

  • *Adverse weather hits Brazil, Argentina soybean output. CHICAGO, Feb 18- U.S. soybean futures surged to a five-month high on Tuesday on robust demand and concerns about smaller crops in key exporters Brazil and Argentina due to adverse weather.

  • Feb 14- Greece- based chemical transportation company Stalwart Tankers Inc filed with U.S. regulators to raise up to $100 million in an initial public offering of common stock. The company, which operates a fleet of over 1,000 mid-size stainless steel tankers, listed Jefferies LLC, Wells Fargo Securities and Global Hunter Securities as lead underwriters.

  • CALGARY/ TORONTO, Feb 14- Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd is slapping a surcharge on customers who transport crude in older tank cars, following its larger rival in seeking to deter shippers from using the model involved in a series of fiery crashes.

  • *Containers cheap to Asia due to its consumer goods exports. LONDON, Feb 14- Food importers in Asia are switching from dry bulk cargo ships to container vessels, which normally carry goods such as toys and TVs, as they offer a way to import smaller amounts and can be cheaper per tonne.

  • By Vladimir Soldatkin and Gleb Stolyarov. MOSCOW, Feb 12- Russian investment group Summa has bought out the world's largest oil trader as a partner in a firm building a terminal at the Dutch port of Rotterdam, which could damage its plan to establish Urals crude as a market benchmark.

  • Shipping industry sees an end to five-year downturn Thursday, 6 Feb 2014 | 4:00 PM ET

    But tanker rates will also rise as fleet growth is slowing, while strategic oil reserve projects in China and India should boost already solid Asian demand.

  • Lloyd's of London: Marine still strong in Asia     Wednesday, 6 Nov 2013 | 7:12 PM ET

    John Nelson, Chairman of Lloyd's of London describes that while it has diversified from marine insurance, it still remains significant in Asia.

  • Jonathan Windham, Head of Regional Industrials Sector, Asia Ex-Japan Research, Barclays Capital says that even though freight rates doubled between January and June, this year's peak season is not expected to be as good as before.

  • Johnson Leung, Head of Asia Transport Equity Research, Jefferies Group explains why he thinks Asia's container shipping firms are set to outperform the rest of the shipping industry.

  • Marine Wire Story Sunday, 1 Dec 2002 | 12:00 AM ET