Oil market in the new world

Vortexa Online webinar, EMEA
Vortexa Tuesday, 19th April 2022 | 16:00 BST
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Vortexa Market Analysis team come together on the 19th April to discuss the latest movements and updates of the oil and gas markets. Join the session to gain imperative insights into the industry, backed by Vortexa Analytics.

In summary, our team will be discussing the following topics:

  • Latest updates on Russian crude and product flows
  • Key highlights and repercussions of the flow reshuffling
  • Reflections on market outlook
  • Implications on the shipping industry

Presenters:

  • David Wech, Chief Economist
  • Ioannis Papadimitriou, Senior Freight Analyst
  • Pamela Munger, Senior Market Analyst
  • Jay Maroo, Lead Crude Analyst
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May 24, 2022
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Although global middle distillates have led refined product cracks for the last 2.5 months, increased supplies have prompted a downturn in diesel and jet cracks while gasoline cracks take the lead in the refinery margin complex on a global level. Refineries appear now to be shifting towards gasoline production and away from middle distillates. Given the healthy economics, global gasoline supplies are on the rise as seen in the Vortexa export data. 

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May 19, 2022
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In this insight, Vortexa examines the current status-quo for VLCC rates, and provides an outlook of whether the repositioning to the Western hemisphere can prove to be supportive in the months to come.

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May 10, 2022
Freight
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Clean tanker rates in the East of Suez have remained at a high level despite erratic demand in the region. The main driver of this situation lies on the supply side. In this insight we dive into the dynamics behind rates in the East, and link the chain of events to trace the freight rate trajectory.

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