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Navy Liu

Navy Liu
Manager, Editorial Department

Liu has since 2002 been reporting for C1 Energy on the Chinese and Asian fuel oil, bunker fuels, bitumen, and petrocoke markets. He is currently team leader at C1 Energy, which also focuses on China's refineries, including teapots, oil tank farms and jetties, and the broader-based shipping markets. Its teams produce daily, weekly, monthly, annual, and one-off reports, along with project consultancy.

Founded in May 2000, C1 Energy, an ICIS service, is an independent petroleum market intelligence and trading benchmark provider established in China. C1 is an acknowledged source of intelligence on the Chinese oil/gas markets with both domestic and international market players. It reports China's crude oil, fuel oil, liquefied petroleum gas, gasoline, diesel, (jet) kerosene, naphtha, bunker fuel, bitumen, natural gas, base oil/lubricant, solvent oil, petroleum coke, paraffin and dimethyl ether markets.

Hotline: +86-21-51550100

Blogs from Navy Liu

Local shipping group set to modify ships to use a hybrid of LNG and gasoil.
Sinopec and her JV companies replace Brightoil as China's second biggest bonded bunker supplier in the first half of 2011.
The supplier's sales target 'close' to that of Chimbusco.
Government shows 'blurry attitude' on whether they will issue more licenses.
Demand predicted to jump 270% by 2014, compared to 2009 levels.