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A first-of-its-kind view
The New York Harbor Product Storage report is the first of its kind and relies on the same highly calibrated infrared camera, aerial diagnostic and proprietary technologies we use to measure and deliver our industry standard Cushing Crude Oil Storage report.
Inventory values from this report align with the NYMEX RBOB and USLD futures contracts. Subscribers receive advanced access to data sets on over 600 tanks in the NYMEX RBOB and USLD contracts.
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Learn how the New York Harbor Product Storage Report can help.
We provide the only report with weekly stock data specific to New York Harbor allowing you to set your trading strategies ahead of the market. Get transparency and valuable reference points to better balance and forecast supply and demand.
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.
Mitigate risk of limited storage capacity in key market hubs by analysing storage utilisation rates and effective capacities.
Features at a glance
We provide volumetric detail down to the tank level for a more specific, relevant, and complete data set a day before other reports. In contrast, the weekly EIA and API reports offer only an estimate of product storage aggregated by PADD.
Develop your own view of the gasoline, ethanol, jet fuel and distillate markets a full day ahead of EIA data releases. Stay ahead of the competition and enhance your own trading and research strategies well in advance of the rest of the market.
A wide view
Compare inventories for 26 terminals and combine this report with our ARA Product Storage Reports to track distillate and gasoline stocks in each region to capture more arbitrage opportunities.
Global products market weekly: Refining margins fall, as east-west freight costs ease
The oil market firmed at start of the week amid tensions in Middle East and Red Sea. However, oil prices started softening amid concerns over the delay in timing of rate cuts by the Fed amid higher US inflation. Moreover, consecutive fourth week rise in US crude oil inventories put downward pressure on prices towards the end of the week. North Sea Dated crude’s weekly average decrease by US$0.18/bbl, in the week ended 23rd February. Our ex-RVO global composite refining margins by contracted US$2.35/bbl to US$7.62/bbl, owing to decline in light and middle distillates cracks across Singapore, NWE and USGC. Weekly margins were at US$3.66/bbl above the five-year historical average for the same week (excluding 2022).
US power markets (capacity) credit report: Why new reforms will lower capacity accreditation
In recent years, capacity accreditation has become one of the most dynamic, rapidly changing issues in the US power sector, with many power markets planning major reforms. This insight provides an overview of current approaches and challenges for capacity accreditation in major US power markets, direction of accreditation reform, and expected impacts. The research will help clients understand what is motivating markets to update their approaches to capacity accreditation, how and why accreditation will decrease for most technologies due to reforms, and the consequences for resource adequacy and capacity markets.
North America gas short-term outlook: Low prices are the cure to low prices
The law of supply and demand works in the natural gas markets. Oversupplied markets, due to another mild winter amidst record supply, has started to expand the storage surplus dramatically once again. With the summer 2024 injection season already challenged by the threat of storage containment, operators are reacting to low gas prices by curtailing supply. Perhaps a pricing floor has been seen if actual gas production data confirms these declines and more operators follow. Find out more about where North American gas markets are headed: • How much has the storage surplus expanded due to the mild winter closeout? • What are the potential production impacts of the recent CHK curtailment announcement? • Does the DOE pause on new non-FTA permit approvals impact short-term markets?