ARGUS China Petroleum
The Argus China Petroleum service offers in-depth monthly coverage of oil markets in China, the world’s largest net importer of crude.
The service provides a data-rich, web-delivered product boasting over 30 datasets, including unique Argus surveys, as well as prices and fundamental data.
It includes a monthly PDF analysing market developments and summarising key datasets.
- Access to Argus Direct: Receive the latest market reporting quickly and conveniently
- Access comprehensive data and downloads: Examine extensive raw data files, with currency and unit conversions
- Track your markets, your way: Effortlessly track, compare and set up alerts for your key prices and markets
- Compare key prices and trends: Use powerful customised graphing to directly compare multiple prices
- Chinese crude production, imports and exports statistics
- Chinese apparent oil demand data
- Detailed fuel oil import and export data by country of origin for crude and oil products
- Refinery runs and output data for over 40 Chinese refineries
- Refinery output by company
- Detailed maps of China’s oil infrastructure
- Export and refining margins
- Freight rates
- Chinese oil and gas demand
- Chinese domestic spot market
- Chinese independent refinery surveys
- Crude imports and exports by country of origin
- Gas production, demand and imports and exports
- Refinery runs and product output by province
- Chinese crude production
- Chinese crude storage capacity and expansion plans
- Chinese refinery expansion and upgrade plans
- Key oil prices
Customers that benefit
The Argus China Petroleum service includes a detailed analysis of Chinese government statistics and insights from specialists on the ground. Below are examples of how some clients use this service:
- Refineries and corporate/strategic planning departments are affected by China’s policies and demand growth and will find insight into future trends.
- Financial institutions can access essential data and in-depth analysis of the Chinese crude market.
- Analysts, researchers and consultants can obtain hard-to-access data and prices, as well as an interpretation of developments in the Chinese crude market.