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Israel and Syria, August 2018
Imports were done in a clandestine manner, but not just on import, but also on export out of Iran. They're switching off their AIS transponders on both ends, which is new, but likely tied in with the coming US sanctions.
First published Sep 1, 2018 in Crude Oil Imports Report.
A Word on Venezuelan Crude Oil Exports
There is news floating about that Venezuela's key crude oil export terminal (Jose Terminal), near Barcelona, has suffered damage. This implies a...
First published Aug 30, 2018 in Crude Oil Exports Report.
Saudi Tanker Busts a New Move
We published an article called "Saudi Vessel Struck Off the Coast of Yemen" moments after finding out that a tanker carrying a Saudi flag was attacked by Houthi rebels from the west coast of Yemen. Sure enough, the oddly distinct maneuver...
First published Aug 29, 2018 in Discoveries.
EIA Forecast for Week Ending August 24th, 2018
Here is our EIA forecast for this weeks coming report, week ending August 24th. We show you the breakdown of how we have come to calculate our result.
First published Aug 28, 2018 in Data.
USA, Week Ending August 24th, 2018
Here is our USA crude oil exports report, including the country and barrel breakdown. Also, this is the first we're seeing something like this in a *very* long time. One of the tankers actually departed from...
First published Aug 27, 2018 in Crude Oil Exports Report.
Yemen Just Boosted Its Exports (Again)
A VLCC supertanker appearing off the coast of China, now empty?!...Where did she come from? Where did she go? Where did she come from...?
First published Oct 5, 2018 in Discoveries.
Iran Is Stepping Up Its Game
There's been quite a bit of discrepancy lately between our data and that of other trackers when it comes to Iranian crude oil exports. Frankly, we're surprised!
First published Aug 24, 2018 in Discoveries.
Summarized Crude Oil Exports Report Covering The First 21 Days of August 2018
Here's our summarized 21 day report of crude oil exports, using the average number of barrels per day. A detailed series of monthly reports will be available for each country on September 2nd, 2018.
First published Aug 23, 2018 in Crude Oil Exports Report.
The Search for Pantelena
This article is free because we have no concrete discovery, only a possible lead. More importantly, we wish to contribute our efforts to those who are participating in the search.
First published Aug 22, 2018 in Discoveries.
The Hajj Effect on Oil Consumption
Saudi is pumping an astounding amount of water, equivalent to the entire Lake Victoria in eastern Africa. Just imagine how much power is consumed for the Hajj in terms of cooling the crowd, supplying water, lighting, cooking, charging devices, etc.
First published Aug 21, 2018 in Discoveries.
EIA Forecast for Week Ending August 17th, 2018
Here is our EIA forecast. Please note that we also believe the EIA will report a much higher export number than what we have tracked (as they base theirs on US Customs filings vs actual vessel movements), and this has now been factored into our Daily EIA Adjustment.
First published Aug 21, 2018 in Data.
USA, Week Ending August 17th, 2018
Here you will find a map of the crude oil maritime exports and also a list of destinations/layovers and potential revenue based on the WTI price as reference.
First published Aug 20, 2018 in Crude Oil Exports Report.
Check Out This Oil Rig Parking Lot in Texas (Satellite Imagery Since 2016)
The price of oil crashed during 2015 and as a result, so did the number of deployed US crude oil rigs out in the field. US production rose to 9.6 million barrels per day, mostly driven by the advancements in shale oil.
First published Aug 19, 2018 in Discoveries.
Something's Definitely Happening in Ceyhan
We highlight the importance of the news section from our tracking of the KRG crude oil exports report for the first 14 days of August 2018, and the current comparison of tanker departures from berth at the port of Ceyhan, Turkey.
First published Aug 17, 2018 in Data.
Saudi Arabia, First 14 Days of August, 2018
What's interesting , is the lack of amount of barrels departing to Japan vs those to South Korea. Of course of the month, this will likely change.
First published Aug 16, 2018 in Crude Oil Exports Report.