Tag: us crude exports

ClipperClip: The Saudi Swing

After being interviewed remotely so many times over the years, I finally got to meet Sri Jegaragah in person on the set of CNBC in Singapore this morning. (He still calls me Energy Burrito). We had a great chat covering

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Light Barrels Doing Some Heavy Lifting

Libya’s overall oil and condensate exports through January have hit the brakes due to the ongoing force majeure at El Sharara, and the inclement weather that disrupted loadings at eastern ports earlier this month. This blog looks at the changing flows of light Libyan barrels and other light grades.

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ClipperClip: Talking AMLO, EIA

Today’s interview on TD Ameritrade covered lower Mexican gasoline imports amid the ongoing gasoline shortage, as well as the latest EIA projection for oil production and net exports.

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A Sneak Peek at ClipperView

Today’s blog highlights a few charts from ClipperView. The ClipperView events, which are free, are an interactive discussion based off our proprietary six-month outlook on oil and product markets, and kick-off in Houston and New York next week, before heading to London and Singapore.

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ClipperVlog: US Crude Export Trends

Today’s blog is a venture into blogging, based off a Wall Street Journal article from the start of the week that was based off our data on exporters from the US Gulf. We look at current trends of US crude exports to Asia and Europe, and how they could increase.

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