Tag: US oil exports

Trading Places

Today’s blog looks at how crude and LPG flows into certain countries are trading places – with examples of Iranian, US and Libyan flows into countries such as China and South Korea.

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Mixed Fortunes for Flows to China

Today’s blog takes a look at how Iranian crude is increasingly looking to find a home in China amid the ratcheting up of sanctions, while US crude is on the wane as concerns are stoked about US tariffs.

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ClipperClip: World Cup Analogies

Today’s appearance on the set of CNBC Squawk Box highlighted how OPEC is like a soccer team, with some members on the defensive, while others are on the attack. We also discussed how the US is set to continue breaking records – via higher exports, higher production and higher refinery runs.

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ClipperClip: The Kicker

Last night on CNBC Asia we addressed US crude draws in the US – due to higher exports, lower imports and record refinery runs – and a potential product glut.

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