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Reserve your space now for our 30 minute webinar discussing China’s appetite for US crude and whether it is sustainable for the future.

 

US crude oil exports destined for China spiked in May, with China becoming the top importer of US crude as market dynamics shifted in favor of the long-haul voyage. However, this trade has slowed in June, with volumes down more than 50 percent. Why such a significant drop one month to the next?  Will these volumes stabilize going forward?

 

Join Vortexa Product Specialist Conor Stone and Lead Market Analyst Will Holeman as they answer these questions and delve deep into the dynamics and changes within the market, and what that may look like in the future.

 

Date: Tuesday 14th July 2020

Time: 10:00AM Houston time (GMT-5)

Register now

 

 

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