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Crucial insight into vessel and waterborne crude volumes
With our North American Waterborne Crude Report, keep track of the latest tanker movements affecting US refiners and producers. Get transparency into US crude imports and exports, days before the information is available through the Energy Information Administration.
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Learn how the North American Waterborne Crude Report can help.
Waterborne movements drive US stock declines or increases, thereby impacting domestic crude prices. Monitor domestic loadings, including exports with ship names, volumes carried and destination information to discover new pricing insights.
Understand hidden trends, better inform your analysis, and streamline your workflow with our data. Our report gives you insight into both weekly and monthly exports and imports, including key details into the trends affecting waterborne movements.
Strengthen your business strategy and make more informed decisions. Our waterborne movement data lets you explore developments and stay informed on ever-changing market dynamics.
Features at a glance
Granular weekly summaries
Our export shipment data includes loading and discharge ports, and our import shipment data is broken down by crude type and delivery ports. The report shares insight into the vessel type, API, sulfur and volume.
Extensive regional coverage
We have eyes on all shipments heading to or departing from the US, including key areas such as PADDs 1, 3 and 5. We also cover barge movements along inland waterways like the Mississippi River and the intracoastal areas.
Our weekly export supplement hits your inbox two days before the EIA and our weekly import supplement is available a day before the EIA. We also provide weekly export and import preliminary supplements on the Friday before EIA data is released.