Tag: US

UAE Changes Up Its Light Sweet Suppliers

Following on from last week’s blog on Algerian crude exports and US shale, we follow the dots to look at the changing flows from these two sources into the United Arab Emirates. The ongoing political and economic boycott of Qatar

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Iraq and Iran From a Crude Perspective

If there is one area where Iraq is taking advantage of Iran’s diminishing influence, it is in the oil market. Tehran’s influence in Iraq is multifaceted and the relationship between the two neighbors is deep and complex. In the oil

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GeopoliticOIL: Iran

Talks between the United States and Iran are unlikely despite Japanese efforts to serve as an intermediary. Foreign tankers, meanwhile, picked up Iranian oil in May despite US sanctions.

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North America: regional snapshot

  North American Regional Report Well-established market that experienced good port growth in 2017 – utilisation rising on all coasts There are a number of key gateway ports meeting import-export container demand in North America. Excluding the Mexican Pacific ports

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