Over the next five years, record high levels of light sweet crudes produced in North America will reach the U.S. Gulf Coast, resulting in volatile regional price spreads to West Texas Intermediate (WTI). Assess how regional North American market fundamentals will affect crude oil prices over the next five years with Market Call: North American Crude Oil™ report.
The Market Call: North American Crude Oil report helps you stay up-to-date on critical changes in the North American crude oil market by forecasting the fundamental factors of supply, demand and prices over the next five years. This monthly publication includes five-year forecasts for outright Brent and WTI, regional WTI differentials, regional production, imports/exports, refinery demand and transportation economics.
Additionally, the report covers U.S. PADD-level production, Mexican and Canadian regional production, Canadian and waterborne U.S. imports, Mexican exports, condensate forecasts, and North American refining demand. Crude oil transportation economics are also featured with a special emphasis on crude-by-rail.
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