The Crude Report: Bakken Crude Markets - from wellhead to water

Author Argus

The price of light sweet Bakken crude from the fields in North Dakota to Cushing and the Gulf coast provides important signals about the US supply and demand trends for light crude, and the trade flows that will respond to those pricing signals.

Join Argus crude business development colleagues Bruce Fulin and Jeff Kralowetz in this podcast explaining what the Argus published prices for Bakken represent and how they can be used in trading and to shed light on trends in market fundamentals from the Rockies to northern Padd II and to the coast.

 

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