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What happens when US oil production recovers?

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Since the advent of the shale boom many US refiners have benefitted from access to discounted tight oil. But as production declined in 2016 differentials tighten and the benefit to US refiners shrank. Now US tight oil is growing once more. Will increased production result in wider differentials and cheaper feedstock for US refiners or will demand for US crude oil exports keep differentials narrow? In this report we investigate the future of US crude oil production logistics price differentials refinery crude slates and crude oil exports.

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  • Brent-WTI Cushing differential & US tight oil differentials to WTI Cushing
  • Pre-FID global breakeven cost curve by resource theme
  • 2020 global oil supply gap & Breakeven cost of required new supply
  • US oil supply outlook by resource theme & US tight oil supply outlook by play
  • Overview map of Gulf Coast infrastructure and developments
  • Permian supply and takeaway by destination
  • US crude oil supply & East Coast (PADD I) crude slates & Gulf Coast (PADD III) crude slates
  • Destinations of US crude oil exports & Mexico refinery crude slates
  • Conceptual overview of North American crude oil prices & Brent-WTI and US oil exports

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