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Global aviation emissions accord to push fuel efficiency, not cuts:
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US border policy could curb travel amid already weak jet fuel demand:
Uncertainty surrounding the Trump administration’s efforts to harden the US border could cut into business travel demand this year at a time when jet fuel demand is already quite weak.
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Sinopec Shanghai cuts March exports
March 15, 2017
China's state-owned Sinopec Shanghai Petrochemical plans cut its March jet fuel exports by 25,000 mt despite raising the refinery's operating rate to 99% from 98% in February, a company source said Wednesday.
March jet fuel seaborne exports have been halved to 25,000 mt in March from 50,000 mt in February, while gasoil seaborne exports were unchanged at 90,000 mt, the source added.
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