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US Rule Clarification Muddies the Water for Atlantic Oil Flows

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Report summary

A recent Jones Act judgement allows international shippers to bring gasoline components to the Bahamas, where they can be blended and then shipped to the US East Coast.  The judgement has gotten little press, but could have a large impact on gasoline and crude shipments in the Atlantic.  This insight explores the initial impacts the judgement will likely have on the US East Coast gasoline supply.

Table of contents

  • Judgement Summary
  • PADD I Gasoline Supply
  • Caribbean Capacity
  • Impacts
  • Replacement
  • Replacement
  • Displacement
  • Conclusion and Other Impacts

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This report includes 5 images and tables including:

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  • US Rule Clarification Muddies the Water for Atlantic Oil Flows: Image 1
  • US Rule Clarification Muddies the Water for Atlantic Oil Flows: Image 2
  • Current PADD I Gasoline Supply Incremental Costs
  • Profitability of Replacing Jones Act vessels with International Shippers
  • Profitability of Displacing European Imported Gasoline with USGC product

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