The Crude Report: Quick update on US Permian WTI market

Author Argus

The WTI Houston pipeline market price is directly connected to the waterborne WTI price at the US Gulf coast and international market factors. This has been highlighted as some importers diversify away from Russian crude and pipeline premiums rise.

Recently high freight rates and shipping costs are weighing on the US pipeline-assessed prices in recent days, further demonstrating its connectedness to the global market. 

 

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