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Oil Supply Tool

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How can we help?

Understand the prospects for future oil and NGL supply, and make astute planning, trading and investment decisions in both upstream and downstream sectors.


Optimism has returned to the US Lower 48, and the stage is set for a second wave of tight oil growth, which is expected to last through the mid-2020s and potentially disrupt the global oil market. In this environment, understanding the outlook for US tight oil and the competitiveness of conventional production is critical. How do the economics of future conventional developments compare to those of tight oil? What role will OPEC play in helping maintain the market balance both in the short long term?

What is the Oil Supply Tool?

Go beyond just commercial production data with a comprehensive supply view that considers reserves, growth, technical reserves and yet-to-find volumes. Underpinned by our field-by-field supply data our objective analysis of the prospects for oil and NGL supply also provides detailed written analysis for the top producing countries and forecasts for crude streams entering the market.

You will receive:

  • Crude oil and NGL supply forecasts, and coverage of production status, location, quality and water depth
  • 600+ current and future marketed crude stream forecasts
  • Access to our interactive global supply data from 2000-2035
  • Top producer country reports covering political and regulatory issues to infrastructure and prospectivity
  • Insight reports analysing supply trends and issues
  • Short- and long-term supply reports including OPEC and non-OPEC trends
  • 115+

    countries covered

  • 4,000+


  • 600+

    current/future crude stream forecasts

  • 2

    long-term supply reports per year

Designed to help you:

  • Develop a comprehensive supply picture based on our fundamental field-by-field methodology
  • Create bespoke local, regional and OPEC/non-OPEC viewpoints
  • Analyse changes in marketed crude stream volumes and quality
  • Quantify the contribution of different sources and qualities of oil/NGL
  • Benchmark future oil supply positions
  • Understand supply issues in the top producing countries