Articles By Tim Worledge

Wheat stocks in India are “sufficient” and wheat prices are being monitored, according to a document released by the country’s Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution on Thursday June 13, and seen by Fastmarkets.
10 hours ago | Tim Worledge
Egypt’s state-backed General Authority for Supply Commodities (GASC) has awarded a buy tender of soybean oil to the trading arm of South Korean conglomerate Posco.
12 Jun 2024 | Tim Worledge
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has announced a €60 million ($65 million) loan to Ukraine’s Lan Oil to finance the country’s first private biofuels venture since Russia launched its full-scale invasion in February 2022, according to a press release published on Wednesday June 12.
6 Jun 2024 | Tim Worledge
The United Nations' Agricultural Market Information Service (AMIS) has published its first 2024/25 global wheat production estimate and called for output of just under 787 million tonnes — making it the lowest prediction of the big three global forecasters.
5 Jun 2024 | Tim Worledge
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has agreed to €300 million ($326 million) in additional funding to support Ukraine’s energy security, it announced in a statement on Wednesday June 5.
4 Jun 2024 | Tim Worledge
Estimates for Australia’s winter 2024/25 crop output call for a sharp year-on-year increase in output, according to the latest report by state-backed Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES).
Egypt’s state-backed General Authority of Supply Commodities (GASC) has secured 470,000 tonnes of wheat from Ukraine, France, Romania and Bulgaria, after successfully closing a buy tender, trade sources told Fastmarkets on Tuesday June 4.
28 May 2024 | Tim Worledge
The increased use of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) around the world could provide an opportunity for Australia’s agriculture sector, regardless of whether the country adopts and expands its use of biofuels...
24 May 2024 | Tim Worledge
South Korea’s Feed Leaders Committee (FLC) has jumped on recent corn tender buying to pick up a 65,000 tonne cargo of South American or South African corn privately...
22 May 2024 | Tim Worledge
Turkish state-owned grains agency TMO has awarded two cargoes in a rare durum wheat export tender to Italy-based durum wheat company Casillo, trade sources told Fastmarkets on Wednesday May 22.
22 May 2024 | Eoin Hughes, Tim Worledge
Freight rates decreased again in the week to Wednesday May 22, with ongoing pressure from weak demand and an oversupply of shipping in the Atlantic.
20 May 2024 | Tim Worledge
US biofuel groups have reacted to a petition that has been lodged with the US Supreme Court. The petition challenges a lower court’s decision that it was itself able to consider an appeal from conventional oil refiners over a long-running complaint focusing on small refinery exemptions (SREs).
13 May 2024 | Tim Worledge
South Korean feed making group Nonghyup Feed Inc (NOFI) has bought up to 68,000 tonnes of corn after closing a private sale, trade sources told Fastmarkets late Friday May 10.
Egypt’s state-owned General Authority for Supply Commodities (GASC) has bought more than 100,000 tonnes of sunflower oil and soyoil after closing a tender on Thursday May 9...
Egypt’s General Authority for Supply Commodities (GASC) is expected to issue a tender to buy wheat on Wednesday May 8, looking for two June shipment windows, trade sources told Fastmarkets late on Tuesday May 7.
1 May 2024 | Tim Worledge
Algeria’s state-backed grain importing agency, OAIC, is expected to close a tender to buy a nominal 50,000 tonnes of wheat on Thursday May 2, trade sources told Fastmarkets on Wednesday May 1.
29 Apr 2024 | Tim Worledge
Reports that the US government is poised to release new guidelines regarding the use of corn-based ethanol as a feedstock for sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) failed to generate any response in Chicago corn futures on Monday April 29, with trade sources pointing to “many hurdles” still ahead.
23 Apr 2024 | Tim Worledge
The Taiwanese flour millers’ association has tendered to buy up to 107,000 tonnes of US milling wheat for shipment in late June and early July, market sources told Fastmarkets on Tuesday April 23.
A terminal owned by the Singaporean-headquartered agriculture trader Wilmar International has been damaged by a Russian missile attack on the Black Sea Ukrainian port of Pivdennyi, according to a statement from the Ukrainian government, released late on Friday April 19.
15 Apr 2024 | Tim Worledge
The US Department of Agriculture’s attache based in Vietnam has revealed the agency’s forecast for the Southeast Asian country’s 2024-25 marketing year, calling for a rebound in corn import...
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