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12.08.20 - 10:31
Dakota Access Pipeline proponents cite risk of famine, floods, fires and fatalities: Fuel for Thought (Platts)
 
It’s not unusual for court arguments to engage in a bit of hyperbole to drive home their points, but myriad pipeline proponents clearly want to highlight worst-case scenarios to state their cases for maintaining the crude flow through the Dakota Ac...
11.08.20 - 17:01
Canadian aluminum tariffs likely déjà vu moment for some (Platts)
 
Settling in with a favorite film can be comforting in times like these. There's something reassuring about seeing the same familiar scenes play out on screen. I still laugh at Rodney Dangerfield's obnoxious tycoon, Al Czervik, in “Caddyshack” o...
11.08.20 - 12:31
Around the tracks: World′s auto markets sink in H1 (Platts)
 
As the coronavirus crisis plays out, Clement Choo assesses the recovery in the world’s key auto production hubs, with China the exception to an otherwise weak environment. Carmakers across the globe saw initial signs of improvement in the second qu...
10.08.20 - 11:31
Commodity Tracker: 5 charts to watch this week (Platts)
 
The diverging performance of commodities amid the coronavirus crisis, Indian oil demand and iron ore’s continued climb are explored in this week’s selection of energy and raw material trends to watch. Plus, Henry Hub rallies, and UK coal generati...
07.08.20 - 06:31
Asia shrugs off OPEC supply rise as refiners grapple with crippled demand (Platts)
 
Middle Eastern sour crude supply is expected to increase this month after OPEC+ members on July 15 agreed to pare back their production cut commitment. But Asian consumers, who under normal circumstances would have welcomed the move, have barely take...
06.08.20 - 15:01
New waves in freight, part I: USGC-Brazil route emerges as barometer for tanker market (Platts)
 
Shifting oil product trade flows have implications for the way the market assigns value to tanker routes. In a two-part series, S&P Global Platts shipping editors look at the impact of new trends in fuel demand and supply on both sides of the Atlanti...
05.08.20 - 16:31
Insight Conversation: Abdelmadjid Attar, Minister of Energy, Algeria (Platts)
 
With its oil and gas production flagging even before the COVID-19 pandemic wreaked havoc on the market, Algeria in June appointed industry veteran Abdelmadjid Attar as energy minister to court much needed foreign investment and reform the sector. Att...
04.08.20 - 13:31
BP exits Alaska but leaves behind long Arctic oil legacy: Fuel for Thought (Platts)
 
Dwindling prospects, in its view at least, changes in corporate strategy, the failure to commercialize large stranded gas reserves and Alaska's volatile politics and frequent changes in taxes all appear to have played a role in the company's decisi...
03.08.20 - 11:31
Commodity Tracker: 5 charts to watch this week (Platts)
 
Shifting oil demand forecasts are in the spotlight this week as the coronavirus pandemic continues to curb economic activity in major economies. Plus, China's crude overhang, and trends in power, gas and LNG. 1. Mobility data dampens oil demand outl...
30.07.20 - 15:31
Deglobalization trend gains pace in lithium battery supply chain (Platts)
 
The COVID-19 crisis has exacerbated concerns across the lithium-ion battery industry about China's dominance of the supply chain. The pandemic has also highlighted the need for local supply chains, in order to improve sustainability and work towards...
29.07.20 - 09:32
Italy′s gas market – an ecosystem where price takers thrive (Platts)
 
Italy has no shortage of natural gas infrastructure, from major pipelines coming from Europe and North Africa to LNG terminals. How, then, can the country still have some of the highest wholesale gas prices in Europe, rivalling even Spain, with its n...
28.07.20 - 12:01
After IMO 2020, decarbonization in spotlight for shipping sector: Fuel for Thought (Platts)
 
Shipping companies in Asia and around the globe are steaming ahead with efforts to minimize their carbon footprint as the urgency to decarbonize intensifies after a fairly smooth transition to the International Maritime Organization’s low-sulfur ma...
27.07.20 - 13:01
Commodity Tracker: 5 charts to watch this week (Platts)
 
The relentless rise of gold prices is in focus this week in S&P Global Platts editors’ roundup of energy and raw materials trends. Plus, freight rates react to Brent's slight recovery, coal generation in Germany fizzles out, and more. 1. Gold keep...
23.07.20 - 12:31
Corpus Christi crude competitiveness heats up amid pandemic, tight arbitrages (Platts)
 
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. Crude car...
22.07.20 - 11:31
Despite renewed rhetoric, a ‘Gaspec’ cartel still faces big challenges (Platts)
 
As gas producers worldwide struggle to deal with low prices and weak demand, the idea of market management, OPEC-style, has reared its head again. Recent comments by Yury Sentyurin, head of the Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF), have reignited spe...
21.07.20 - 13:01
Oil demand may climb new peaks in post-coronavirus world: Fuel for Thought (Platts)
 
While the coronavirus pandemic may have done permanent damage to oil consumption in the transport sector, strong growth in petrochemicals suggests peak oil demand could still be a couple of decades away. Changing demand patterns also raise big questi...
20.07.20 - 12:01
Commodity Tracker: 5 charts to watch this week (Platts)
 
A look at the sharp drop in EU carbon prices, and major drivers in the market, kicks off our selection of energy and commodity market trends this week. Plus, the OPEC+ rollback of production cuts, US LNG exports, and a new record for Texas peakload p...
17.07.20 - 14:31
Insight from Moscow: Russia strengthens African ties in energy and raw materials (Platts)
 
In recent years Russia has moved to expand its role in African commodities industries, aiming to build on a legacy of Soviet influence to gain greater access to the continent's natural resources. Traditionally, Russian companies have operated in bot...
15.07.20 - 14:01
Insight Conversation: Edgare Kerkwijk, Asia-Pacific Hydrogen Association (Platts)
 
Edgare Kerkwijk spoke to S&P Global Platts Senior Editor Sambit Mohanty on how hydrogen is garnering attention among policy makers  and industry leaders in Asia as the  region prepares for energy transition. Kerkwijk is a member of the board of the...
14.07.20 - 17:31
Bakken crude exports fall, prices pressured as closure of major pipeline looms (Platts)
 
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, wil...
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