Covid-19 and its related demand destruction has challenged the Canadian oil sands sector with losses, but producers have been well-prepared for turbulence after overcoming previous challenges. Brett Holmes, Reporter, discusses how producers have dealt with pipeline outages, forest fires and swelling inventories, and how larger producers look ready to capitalize on any recover in the back half of the year.
Podcast | Falando de Mercado: Perspectivas para um novo modelo de comercialização de biodiesel no Brasil
O modelo brasileiro de comercialização de biodiesel por meio de leilões públicos começa a apresentar sinais de desgaste e, apesar da redução no percentual de mescla obrigatória, incertezas acerca do abastecimento colocam este mecanismo em cheque. Qual a visão dos atores deste mercado e quais as perspectivas para mudança deste modelo?
No episódio desta semana da série Falando de Mercado, Camila Dias, chefe de redação da Argus no Brasil, conversa com Gabrielle Moreira, repórter de combustíveis, sobre as perspectivas para um novo modelo de comercialização de biodiesel no Brasil.
Renewable fuels and their importance in the market have seen an uptick this year. Our experts, Louise Burke and Jackie Reigle, discuss Argus’ 30 new daily US renewable feedstock assessments and give an overview of the renewables market.
This first of four podcast episodes considers how the freight market affects jet fuel prices around the globe. Over the next few weeks we will be discussing the price implications of three major jet fuel trade routes, Middle East to Europe, Asia to the U.S. West coast, and U.S. Gulf coast to Latin America. In this first episode, Louise Burke and Alex Younevitch give you a global breakdown of jet fuel prices and how they are responding to the changing freight market.
Earlier in August, the third lift of Guyana’s Liza crude was loaded from the ExxonMobil-operated Stabroek block. Guyana received $46/bl for its share, $11/bl more than the second lift back in May. This episode of The Crude Report, featuring reporter Monica Rojas Hidalgo, takes a look at Guyana’s promising future as an oil exporting country and expectations from its recently-elected government.
Agribusiness continues to boost the Brazilian trade balance amid the pandemic and, in addition to soy, coffee has also seen a jump in export volumes. What is behind this performance and what is the commercial outlook for Brazilian coffee in both domestic and international markets? Listen to this podcast episode for more.
O agronegócio segue impulsionando a balança comercial brasileira em meio à pandemia e, além da soja, o café também experimentou um salto no volume de exportações. O que há por trás deste desempenho e quais são as perspectivas comerciais para o café brasileiro os mercados doméstico e internacional? Ouça nosso podcast e descubra.
Nigerian crude demand to Europe has been severely dented, being pushed out by a steady flow of US crude exports on top of weak European gasoline margins. But although Europe isn’t showing signs of an imminent recovery, some relief may come from China.
Our new podcast series, Global LPG Conversations, explores developments and key drivers in the global LPG markets. Our first episode focuses on the drivers behind LPG freight and its impact on the global LPG market.
Listen in as NGL Americas editor Amy Strahan and Head of Freight Alex Younevitch share their thoughts on recent changes in VLGC freight.
With Opec+ slated to meet this week to discuss the state of the global crude oil industry and adjust their plans as needed, this episode of The Crude Report podcast takes a look at how compliance is so far and how much production is expected to rise as the first cut phase is now complete. Sean Cronin, editor of Argus Global Markets, joins to evaluate the situation.