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With high volatility caused by potential outages and the increasing shift toward ethane feedstock, it's essential for market participants to have clarity around the complex ethylene market.
We provide a crucial report for industry players looking to make decisions about supply/demand balances, operations, and pricing for the marginal barrel of NGL production in the US market. Our daily overview provides a concise summary of the current state of US Gulf Coast ethylene production and its impact on the NGL and olefins spot markets.
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Be in the know of what NGL feedstocks are being impacted in real-time and how changes in demand may affect production pricing.
We are the only company to offer real-time insight into feedstock impacts and ethylene cracker operation at the furnace level. Use our updates to identify strategic opportunities to capture price arbitrage from variations in the market created by utilisation changes at crackers and feedstock consumption estimates.
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Frequency: At market open, get dailydata on cracker operational status and maximum operating rates at the plant, state, and regional level.
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The oil market rose above US$95/bbl midweek, as Russia banned exports of gasoline and diesel to all countries outside a circle of four ex-Soviet states with immediate effect to stabilise its domestic market, leading to concerns of a shortage amid tight product supply. The US Federal Reserve kept interest rates unchanged, but its hint at further interest rate hikes capped oil price gains. North Sea Dated crude’s weekly average increased by US$1.96/bbl, in the week ended 22 September. Our ex-RVO global composite refining margins fell by US$3.15/bbl to US$12.19/bbl, as product cracks lagged strength in Brent prices. Weekly margins were US$7.64/bbl above the five-year historical average for the same week (excluding 2022).