EIA Forecast for Week Ending September 21st, 2018

Here is our EIA forecast for the week ending September 21st, 2018. We have taken into account possible affects of the hurricane and tropical storm season.

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#data - Published: September 25th 2018, last updated: July 11th 2020

Here Are the Iranian Supertankers You Will Not See by AIS

This has been a very educational month for us in terms of Iranian crude oil exports, as every day presents new discoveries in terms of clandestine activity.

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#discoveries - Published: September 24th 2018, last updated: July 11th 2020

A Year of Statistics Since Kurdistan Held Its Independence Referendum

We have kept track of crude oil exports by the Kurdistan Regional Government of northern Iraq to monitor the impact of the Kurdistan Independence Referendum.

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#data - Published: September 24th 2018, last updated: December 1st 2020

USA, Week Ending September 21st, 2018

For the week ending September 21st, 2018, we have tracked and estimated a number of barrels per day of crude oil departing the United States of America.

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#crudeOilExportsReport - Published: September 24th 2018, last updated: July 11th 2020

A Change in Course for US-China Trade Relations?

US, China's ongoing "trade war"...Something to ponder...We won't speculate, but what does this say about the trade talks?

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#discoveries - Published: September 22nd 2018, last updated: July 11th 2020

The Reasons for Clandestine Oil Transfers

These past few weeks and months, we've talked about "clandestine transfers" in many posts, so we thought it only reasonable to give a bit more of an explanation as to what this is, how it works, why it is done and what kinds of effects this is having.

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#educational - Published: September 20th 2018, last updated: July 11th 2020

Iran Is Becoming a Tricky Track

There are now 45 days to go before the US sanctions on Iran go into full effect. We have already made a great deal of observations during the past year, so here's what we know at this point.

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#discoveries - Published: September 20th 2018, last updated: July 11th 2020

USA, Week Ending September 14th, 2018

We have captured and estimated the a amount of crude oil barrels departing the United States of America, for the week ending September 14th, 2018. Find out which 2 importers of US crude only has a total difference of 31,640 barrels.

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#crudeOilExportsReport - Published: September 17th 2018, last updated: July 11th 2020

Iran's Sleeper Tanker in Europe Is Awakening

Is Iran back to more of their old tricks? are the Tankers showing their true details or fiddling with the AIS transponders? We all wonder what this tanker will do next!

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#discoveries - Published: September 14th 2018, last updated: July 11th 2020

Idle Iran

It's already happening. We're not even half way though September, and Iran has already managed to...something which we haven't seen in a year and a half!

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#discoveries - Published: September 12th 2018, last updated: October 11th 2018

EIA Forecast for Week Ending September 7th, 2018

We did not see many maritime US exports of crude oil across the span of last week. This was on account of Tropical Storm Gordon, which briefly caused...

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#data - Published: September 11th 2018, last updated: July 11th 2020

USA, Week Ending September 7th 2018

Given that there are tropical storms in the Gulf of Mexico, vessels are playing it safe and moving closer to home rather than out to sea. Note also that these are *actual physical departures* rather than customs filings.

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#crudeOilExportsReport - Published: September 10th 2018, last updated: October 11th 2018

A Wild Weekend in Iraq

After so many years of war - it would be a surprise if the oil fields weren't properly secured by government forces as well as private security. Oil is, after all, the single largest lifeline to the nation's economy.

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#discoveries - Published: September 9th 2018, last updated: October 6th 2019

USA, August Crude Oil Exports 2018

August was a somewhat tricky month to track, especially towards the end. This is mainly due to two separate factors. These being...

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#crudeOilExportsReport - Published: September 7th 2018, last updated: October 12th 2018

An Alternate Timeline in Russia's Crude Oil Production (Updated)

Russia's Ministry of Energy avails us since January 2013. They present production, refinery runs and exports and from that, we are then able to compute the changes in monthly storage.

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#educational - Published: September 5th 2018, last updated: October 12th 2018

Venezuelan Crude Oil Exports Since Tanker Collision

After the tanker collision at the Jose Terminal, Venezuela on August 24th, there has been a lot of quick conclusions being drawn in the media that Venezuela's exports are heading further south.

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#crudeOilExportsReport - Published: September 5th 2018, last updated: November 29th 2020

EIA Forecast for Week Ending August 31st, 2018

Here is our forecast. Due to the ongoing weather situation in the Gulf of Mexico, radio signal transmissions have been impeded. As we have resorted to completing a new sweep via satellite AIS...

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#data - Published: September 5th 2018, last updated: July 11th 2020

Libya, August 2018

Here is our crude oil exports report. Although conflicts persist across the country, we'll be keeping close watch during September to see if this progress continues.

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#crudeOilExportsReport - Published: September 4th 2018, last updated: October 12th 2018

Oman, August 2018

We track Oman as an indicator of the demand in China because it is one of the closest sources of oil. It only takes 2-3 weeks to supply, depending on the port of entry.

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#crudeOilExportsReport - Published: September 4th 2018, last updated: October 12th 2018

USA, Week Ending August 31st, 2018

For the week ending August 31st, 2018, we have counted and estimated barrels per day of crude oil departing the United States of America. The largest recipient this summer seems to be...

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#crudeOilExportsReport - Published: September 4th 2018, last updated: October 11th 2018

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