Argus Global Gasoline Live

Vortexa Global virtual event
Vortexa 8 June - 9 June 2021
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The only global event for gasoline and blending component.

The global gasoline market is evolving rapidly. As the industry considers what post-Covid recovery will look like for the sector, this 2-day virtual event is an opportunity to get all the market insights you need to remain competitive and take advantage of opportunities over the coming months.  

Vortexa Senior Market Analyst Pam Munger will appear alongside Argus on the panel US gasoline market: Shifting trade flows and the impact of spec changes and environmental pressures on Wednesday 17:00 CEST to assess US trade flows, pricing and trends for gasoline trading, the impact of Covid, harsh weather and demand shifts on the Atlantic basin refining sector, and the importance of demand from export markets, particularly Latin America to US suppliers. 

Make sure not to miss the discussion, and check out our online booth to see our latest reports, blogs, and chat to our team!

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Jun 18, 2021
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Vortexa shows diverging trends for crude arrivals heading to key Atlantic Basin buyers.

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Jun 18, 2021
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In celebration of Pride month, Vortexa invited special guest Tony McCaffery, Founder and Managing Director of Diversity Co; the home of equity, diversity and inclusion consultancies to share his own experiences as a queer and mixed-race person of colour living with disabilities. We asked Tony to further educate us on the subject of intersectionality and most importantly, to articulate how best we can actively support LGBTQIA+ communities.

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Jun 16, 2021
Freight
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Despite encouraging LNG pricing fundamentals, freight rates could plateau on the back of thinning US exports, reduction in tonne-miles and an influx of LNG carrier tonnage.

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