The WTI Houston pipeline market price is directly connected to the waterborne WTI price at the US Gulf coast and international market factors. This has been highlighted as some importers diversify away from Russian crude and pipeline premiums rise. Recently high freight rates and shipping costs are weighing on the US pipeline-assessed prices in recent days, further demonstrating its connectedness to the global market.
Geopolitical factors are changing the supply of sulfur for fertilizer producers in Latin America. Firm-priced raw materials are raising production costs, but lower-cost options come with higher risks.
Join Josh Vence, Argus Latin America Business Development Manager, and Maria Mosquera, the editor of Argus Sulfur, the sulfur report, on market conditions affecting imported sulfur prices in Latin America.
- The challenges of commissioning a commercial scale pyrolysis plant
- How the current energy/economic situation might affect the industry
- How long it could take chemical recycling to reach a level at which supply matches demand for pyrolysis oil
- What legislators can do to support the growth of the industry
Join Argus Spot Ticker reporter, Jason Metko, and Senior VP, Global Head of Oil Products, Stephen Jones, as they discuss the current status of the global oil markets, the upcoming EU sanctions for crude and refined products, and how they will affect American consumers and drivers.
Argus had a team of editors and reports on the ground in Sharm El Sheikh for Cop 27 – this podcast draws on this coverage and provide a review of the key developments and outcomes from the conference. Join Michael Ball, Editor of Argus Air Daily (our service focusing on North American emissions and environmental markets) and Georgia Gratton, Senior Reporter covering energy transition, for our concise and insightful podcast.
Metal Movers: Metal Movers: Lithium supply in EU with Tees Valley Lithium
Listen to our latest podcast to learn about the new 96,000t lithium hydroxide project from Tees Valley Lithium with Thomas Kavanagh, Associate Editor, Argus and John Walker, CEO, Tees Valley Lithium.
This episode also touches on the LFP vs NCM debate, the logistical challenges of establishing a European lithium supply chain and the battery material demand oulook for 2030.
What is the power-to-liquid SAF production pathway, when can we expect production, and how does it compare with the most popular SAF pathway, HEFA? Check out the latest episode of SAF Insights with Argus European SAF reporter Bea O’Kelly, and Sasol EcoFT senior vice president D Helge Sachs.
This podcast takes a deep dive into the minor bulk trade in the Americas, and touches on the shifting global grain trade including Asia-Pacific’s increasing focus on South American grains over US Gulf coast and west coast North American suppliers.
Shipbroking firm Pacific Rim’s Kelle Horn speaks with Argus dry bulk freight reporter Ross Griffith about everything you ever wanted to know about the minor bulk trade in 2022, but were too afraid to ask.
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This latest Weight of Freight podcast episode focuses on the 2023 orderbook, the return of the European refineries, Polish demand and what these could all mean for freight rates.
In this new episode, Alfonso Berrocal, European business development manager, interviews Benedict George, Senior European Market Reporter, and John Ollett, Deputy Editor for Freight on the impact of the Russian Diesel phase out in Europe, and the waves it is bringing to the global shipping market.
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