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February 2019 Detailed Crude Oil Exports Report (UPDATED 2019-03-15)
Find out how many barrels per day have departed from Gabon, Iran, Iraq (north and south), Kuwait, Libya, Nigeria, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Sudan & South Sudan and Venezuela during February 2019! Keep an eye on transfers to USA but bear in mind the data is still preliminary and subject to change (audits & updates).
First published Mar 3, 2019 in Crude Oil Exports Report.
USA, Week Ending March 1st 2019 (UPDATED 2019-03-10)
Last week, the EIA reported a record 3.359 million barrels per day. Let's have a look at how much was shipped off last week and where.
First published Mar 3, 2019 in Crude Oil Exports Report.
Big Ships To Big Destinations!
We wish to announce that we have spotted VLCC supertankers heading this week to...................................................................................................
First published Feb 28, 2019 in Discoveries.
EIA Forecast For Week Ending February 22nd, 2019
Last week, the EIA posted a crude oil commercial inventory build of 3.675 million barrels. Here is our forecast for last week's movements in inventory.
First published Feb 26, 2019 in Data.
February 2019 Outages In Venezuela and Libya (UPDATED 2019-02-27)
A bullet-point summary of data and outage observations in Venezuela and Libya. We also count how many barrels are afloat in Venezuela.
First published Feb 25, 2019 in Data.
USA, Week Ending February 22nd, 2019
Last week, the EIA reported a record 3.607 million barrels per day. Ours came very close! Let's have a look at how much was shipped off last week and where.
First published Feb 24, 2019 in Crude Oil Exports Report.
Saudi Arabia's Role In Venezuela's Oil Exports
We follow up on a story which made headlines in regards to a Saudi supertanker that set sail for Venezuela, sparking sharp criticism from US Senator Marco Rubio.
First published Feb 21, 2019 in News.
EIA Forecast For Week Ending February 15th, 2019
Last week, the EIA posted a crude oil commercial inventory build of 3.633 million barrels. Here is our forecast for last week's movements in inventory.
First published Feb 20, 2019 in Data.
Sailing Around The Bend (BIZARRE SITUATION UPDATE 2019-02-27)
In this article, we point out a significant discovery and make point of why one should take South Africa (as a destination) with a grain of salt.
First published Feb 19, 2019 in Discoveries.
USA, Week Ending February 15th, 2019
For the week prior, the EIA report posted 2.364 million barrels per day in exports. Here's what we tracked last week. Some additional surprising details as well.
First published Feb 18, 2019 in Crude Oil Exports Report.
OPEC Exports to USA, January 2019 (UPDATE 2019-02-19)
We've put together a list of how many barrels were shipped by the OPEC countries we track during January 2019 to the United States of America. This report is published on the 15th of every month.
First published Feb 15, 2019 in Crude Oil Exports Report.
Israel and Syria, January 2019
We apologize for the delay of this imports report, but it was due to a single vessel which we spent a week collecting evidence on whether or not she delivered anything to....
First published Feb 12, 2019 in Crude Oil Imports Report.
EIA Forecast For Week Ending February 8th, 2019
Last week, the EIA posted a build/rise in commercial crude oil inventory of 1.441 million barrels in wake of the Polar Vortex. Over the past week however, we have had some interesting developments.
First published Feb 12, 2019 in Data.
Update On Impact Of US Oil Sanctions On Venezuela
We look at the impact on Venezuela's exports to the US as well as the rest of the world in the aftermath of the US oil sanctions which were imposed on January 28th, 2019.
First published Feb 11, 2019 in Crude Oil Exports Report.
USA, Week Ending February 8th, 2019
For the week ending February 1st, 2019, the EIA reported 2.87 million barrels per day in crude oil exports out of the US. Here's what we tracked for the week ending February 8th.
First published Feb 10, 2019 in Crude Oil Exports Report.