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Accurate insight into a critical part of the European oil supply chain
Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Antwerp account for a significant portion of Europe's total crude inflows. We provide gold-standard intelligence on crude and refined product storage levels.
We use the same trusted technologies and methodologies honed for our highly reliable and accurate Cushing Oil Storage Report to measure gasoline, gasoline components, naphtha, jet fuel, gasoil and crude oil storage levels tank-by-tank in the region. Empirical data is gathered from true observations and measurements, not estimates or survey data. We use a combination of highly calibrated infrared cameras, aerial diagnostics and other proprietary technologies to directly observe and report on storage levels.
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Learn how ARA Refined Products and Crude Storage Reports can help.
Our report allows for deep examination of each tank, providing the full picture of physical storage levels. Use this data to make more strategic trading and resource allocation decisions.
Generate and maintain supply and demand balances by using storage inventory data to track inter-regional movements.
Mitigate risk by understanding potential supply and demand imbalances via inventory data. Weekly inventory data can provide insights and guidance for crude oil price hedging, crack spread hedging and spot market activity and price hedging.
Stay updated on inventory assets and their utilisation rates. Assess the potential for regional bottle-necking or overbuilding as storage capacity dynamics evolve.
Understand need for potential new storage capacity or the risk of overbuilding by analysing competitors' utilisation rates. See where spare storage capacity exists weekly.
Mitigate risk of limited storage capacity in key market hubs by analysing storage utilisation rates and effective capacities.
Features at a glance
Using our cross-referenced approach of diagnostics from aerial surveys, infrared, and visual, we measure crude storage levels on a tank-by-tank basis for more than 200 tanks in the ARA region.
Gasoil and jet fuel
We deliver a weekly measurement of middle distillate and jet fuel physical inventories at over 700 tanks in this region and provide aggregate storage levels indicating any noticeable trends.
Gasoline and naphtha
From our highly calibrated infrared cameras to our other impressive technologies, we measure gasoline, gasoline component and naphtha storage levels tank-by-tank for over 500 tanks in this region.
Accurate, weekly data
We conduct weekly flyovers to take aerial imagery, allowing our analysts access to the most accurate storage levels and inventory changes in fixed- and floating-roof tanks.
Receive ARA storage actuals, as well as updates on infrastructure expansion plans, construction progress, real-time news event alerts across refined products and alerts about tank product changes.
The Glogow I smelter was commissioned as a state enterprise in 1971 to treat concentrates from the companies Lubin, Polkowice and Rudna mines, and was expanded to 190kt/a copper in 1974. Through process +intensification and de-bottlenecking the present capacity is 194kt/a. In 1994 the acid plant was expanded and converted to double contact, and in late 1997 a US$33M de-sulphurisation plant was installed on the power plant during a six-week smelter maintenance shutdown. The boilers in the...
The smelter was constructed as a state owned operation using Soviet expertise to treat concentrate from the local mines at Assarel, Elatsite and Chelopech. At commissioning in 1958 it used an electric furnace as the prime smelting unit. Anodes were refined in the adjacent 64kt/a cathode Pirdop refinery. A slag flotation plant was added in 1977 and a single contact acid plant was constructed in 1981. In 1987 the electric furnace was replaced by an Outokumpu flash furnace rated at 120t/h...
The Huelva smelter was commissioned in 1970 with two Momoda blast furnaces, Peirce-Smith converters and anode furnaces. An Outokumpu flash furnace replaced the Momoda furnaces in 1975 and an oxygen plant was added in 1985. A major upgrading of the converter gas handling system was undertaken in 1984/85, and in 1988 and 1989 two small converters were increased to 3.9m x 10.0m. Construction commenced in January 1995 for a major expansion of the Huelva smelter. A new 70kt concentrate storage...
Mining and smelting commenced at Bor in 1904. At commissioning the smelter used water jacketed shaft furnaces as the prime smelting units. In 1934 a completely new smelter was constructed using seven shaft furnaces and six converters and by 1940 had a capacity of 43kt/a copper. Subsequently, reverberatory furnaces were installed to replace the shaft furnaces and, by 1972, the capacity had reached 130kt/a copper in anode. In 1979 an oxygen plant was added which effectively increased...
Seydisehir forms part of an integrated mine-refinery-smelter-semis complex. Wood Mackenzie’s asset reports are built from the bottom up, incorporating a number of granular data metrics to ultimately produce our industry standard cash operating costs. This report contains a detailed asset note giving you a holistic view of the asset, including an operational overview through to a timeline of events from inception to now. This qualitative analysis is supplemented by the associated Excel download which enables interrogation of a whole series of cost and production metrics over the life of the asset.