Tag: US crude imports

U.S. Import Report: Heavy Going

US crude oil imports are looking to close out May at a four-month high. An increase is to be expected from a seasonal perspective, given that refineries are ramping up crude inputs to meet summer gasoline demand.

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The more things change…

Today’s blog looks at changing flows of Iraqi and Saudi crude into the US, but also how OPEC flows in general have stayed the same: focused on Asia, and not on the US.

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A Peek at ClipperView

Today’s blog takes a look at a couple of themes that we will be highlighting at our ClipperView events in the coming weeks in London, Houston and New York.

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On the road

Today’s blog looks at a number of different refineries across the U.S., and their crude imports / product exports.

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Elasticated Exports

Today’s blog looks at the return of refining activity on the US Gulf Coast, and what that means for crude imports, as well as gasoline and diesel exports.

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Leaving the light on

Today’s blog takes a look at rising US imports of light crude from North and West Africa, despite rising domestic production of light barrels.

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