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North America Crude Markets short-term outlook: September 2020

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03 September 2020

North America Crude Markets short-term outlook: September 2020

Report summary

US producers will likely bring the last remaining shut-in production back on-line in the month of September, and with it, rounding out an enduring peak in US shale production over the next few years. Slashed budgets and under investment in the shale patch is all but guaranteed to deliver declining output through 2021; however, midstream investments push forward undeterred. In this update, we explore: -Plausibility of a Dakota Access expansion -Impact of the looming Wink-to-Webster start up -Updates on regulatory hurdles for Keystone XL and Line 3 and Canadian pricing -Fundamental themes from latest storage data points

Table of contents

  • Lower 48 Supply Outlook
  • Current Bakken outlook casts doubt on Dakota Access expansion
  • Where in the world is Wink-to-Webster?
  • A familiar tune for Canadian-export pipelines

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