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Listen: Surging crude export volumes confront record freight rates

  • Featuring
  • Laura Huchzermeyer    Catherine Kellogg    Kristian Paris Tialios
  • Commodity
  • Oil Shipping
  • Length
  • 13:03
  • Topic
  • IMO 2020 War in Ukraine

The US Gulf Coast crude market is exporting record volumes while also seeing sky-high freight rates. This dynamic has been playing out consistently for the past few months, but how are these exports continuing to move in such great volumes despite this major headwind?

In this episode of the Platts Oil Markets Podcast, S&P Global Commodity Insights crude and shipping experts Laura Huchzermeyer, Kristian Tialios and Catherine Kellogg discuss the factors that are contributing to these high freight rates and how they are impacting US Gulf Coast exports.

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