Specialty Products

Detailed cargo-by-cargo tracking of specialty products broken down by type and grade. Global coverage of Base Oils, Lubricant Additives, Asphalt, Petcoke, Biofuel, and Edible Oils

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ClipperData is the only service that provides comprehensive global cargo flows for specialty products.

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Comprehensive US coverage for exports and imports and includes exact grade, shipper and quantity.

Class, volume, shipper, declared destination, actual loading point and discharge point for all base oil exports from the US. Coverage of non-US base oil flows in Asia, Europe, and the Middle East by grade

Extensive and comprehensive data set on imports and exports of renewable and biofuels, as well as edible oils in the US and across the globe.

Global information includes tracking of shipments and extensive coverage of ethanol and vegetable oils (both edible and fuel).

Easy access to an extensive data set for competitive analysis, supply and demand balances, and trend analysis.

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Recent Articles from Commodity Research on Specialty Products by Analysts at ClipperData

Algeria Feeling the Brunt of US Shale 11/14/2019 | By Noam Raydan

Algeria delivers the majority of its crude and condensate to the European market. Deliveries to Northwest Europe, Algeria’s top customer, have been running at an average of 314,000 barrels per day through the first 10 months of 2019, some 15 percent higher than over the same period last year. Although France and the United Kingdom […]

October Review of Global LNG Flows 11/12/2019 | By Kaleem Asghar

Global exports of liquefied natural gas in October totaled approximately 30.8 million tons on board 507 vessels, considerably higher than October 2018’s pace of 27.6 million tons. Approximately 28.1 million tons arrived on 463 vessels at import terminals in October, compared to 26.5 million tons in September 2018. China did not receive any US LNG […]

Brazil and Argentina: Winning on IMO 2020 | By Amir Richani

We noted recently that Mexico and Venezuela will lose out once the marine fuel sulfur cap goes into force in January. Next we turn our focus to Argentina and Brazil, which can expect to reap the rewards of the IMO’s spec change. Beginning in January, the sulfur cap for marine fuels will change from 3.5 […]

Khalifa Port – Behind Its Container Volumes Surge | By James Caldwell

Khalifa Port has seen its volumes jump on the back of concession agreements with COSCO Shipping Ports and Mediterranean Shipping Company. This growth will continue and undoubtedly grow stronger when COSCO’s and MSC’s terminals open properly for business at the port. Growth in China’s Belt and Road strategy, along with Khalifa owner Abu Dhabi Ports’ […]

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