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Jul 2020
  • Oil
  • Crude Oil
  • Infrastructure

Corpus Christi crude competitiveness heats up amid pandemic, tight arbitrages

New and expanded infrastructure in Corpus Christi, Texas could heighten the already competitive pricing of crude exported from the port at a time when US oil exports face thin margins and tight arbitrage opportunities to major destinations

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  • Blog
Jul 2020
  • Oil
  • Crude Oil

Bakken crude exports fall, prices pressured as closure of major pipeline looms

Fewer Bakken crude exports, shifting pipeline flows, lower production and dramatic pricing fluctuations are all possible repercussions of a federal court ruling handed down that the main artery out the Williston Basin, the Dakota Access Pipeline, will be shut...

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Aug 2019
  • Oil

New US oil pipelines cause shift in regional price dynamics

The second new crude pipeline in as many weeks has started moving oil from West Texas to the US Gulf Coast, adding to the pool of available light sweet in the region and squeezing the price spread between the two locations

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