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Weekly overview of U.S. Jones Act vessel and waterborne crude import volumes moving in the West, East, and Gulf Coasts with market analysis and freight cost assessments
Make more informed trading decisions with insight into the movement of the marginal barrel of oil
Despite its glut of crude, the U.S. will continue to import from major producing regions overseas to feed its refineries. Genscape’s North American Waterborne Crude Report provides a weekly summary of imports, broken down by crude type and delivery port.
Additionally, the report provides freight costs, loading volumes, and destination data for Jones Act ships at key terminals, plus an analysis of the market implications of those movements. Paired with Genscape’s PetroRail Report, market participants can closely monitor the supply chain as crude moves from rail to tanker.
Genscape’s North American Waterborne Crude Report also covers movements of crude oil along inland waterways including activity around the Mississippi River, to provide a more complete data set for transportation, linking crude-by-rail, inland barge data, and waterborne crude.
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Features of the North American Waterborne Crude Report include:
- Weekly PDF report delivered via email on Wednesdays at 10 AM ET
- Access to data through online dashboard
- Email alerts for important market events
- Data and analysis of crude imports into North America by crude type and destination
- Monitoring of Jones Act ship loadings, including ship names and volumes carried, at key terminals:
- Corpus Christi/Gulf Coast
- Calculated freight rates and transportation costs
- Coverage of crude oil movements along intracoastal waterways converging down towards the U.S. Gulf Coast:
- Texas shipping areas to Louisiana refineries
- New areas along the Mississippi River and out of Tulsa, Oklahoma
- Crude imports on the water data with measurements of the amount of imported crude in transit to U.S. ports and estimated arrival dates
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Subscribers of the North American Waterborne Crude Report will:
- Gain a more complete understanding of the U.S. crude oil delivery supply chain
- Infer WTI and Brent price implications with up-to-date crude import and domestic waterborne transportation data
- Make informed trading decisions knowing where the marginal barrel of oil is going
- Have increased insight into the type of crude being used at refineries across the U.S.
- Make more informed purchasing decisions knowing local options for marine and rail shipments by using both this report and the PetroRail Report
- A more complete data set for transport, linking railroad, inland barges, and waterborne crude