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Following news of a new weekly high for US crude oil production in early July, the latest statistical report from the American Petroleum Institute (API) has confirmed a new monthly record in June at...Read More
Japan’s last imports of Iranian crude oil could be in October, as buyers will likely have to halt loadings by mid-September ahead of the re-imposition of US sanctions on Iran in November, Reuters reports...Read More
US Grain Shipments Slow
US exports of corn, wheat and soyabeans combined dropped to a five-week low of 2.33 Mt in the week ending 12 July, as shipments of corn and soyabeans fell, according to the US Department of Agriculture. However, this was still up on the year-ago level of 1.95 Mt.
Ongoing protests in Iraq’s southern oil fields over poor basic public services have not affected production or export volumes, Reuters reports citing statements by senior Iraqi oil officials. The country’s...Read More
TXF Natural Resources and Commodity Finance
Speaking at this year's event, held in Amsterdam on 17-18 May 2018, Simpson Spence Young's Head of Research John Kearsey contrasted the uneven recovery in dry bulk freight markets with the continued downswing in the tanker sector.
Argus Marpol Strategy Summit
Held in Houston on 23-25 April 2018, this event included a presentation by SSY's Vivek Srivastava on "The Scrubber Decision For A VLCC - To Fit or Not To Fit?"