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Weekly U.S. Petroleum Status data from the EIA has been choppy in recent weeks amid major storms that shut in production and refinery operations and disrupted import/export activity along the Gulf Coast.
When Warren Buffett and Berkshire Hathaway announced they had sold the entirety of a more than $4 billion position in U.S. airlines because of the coronavirus back in early May, the decision was met with thunderous debate and scrutiny.
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DTN Market Analyst Troy Vincent explains how global physical crude’s warning signs could signal softening demand and why market fundamentals will win out over the long term.
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On August 26th, DTN Director of Market Insights Dominick Chirichella led a webinar jam-packed with analysis and insight regarding the state of the fuel markets, and what to expect in the months to come. The full recording is available here. In the meantime, here’s a quick recap of the major points.
DTN Market Analyst Troy Vincent explains how the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s Product Supplied can send misleading signals in times of strategic inventory shifts.
-The range of expectations for September U.S. crude exports to China lies between 835,000 bpd and 1.2 million bpd. -Even the high-end estimate is still only roughly 1/3 of the volume needed to put China on track to meet the terms of the deal this year. – While new storage capacity additions will continue to