The Crude Report podcast series

The Crude Report podcast series

Latest episodes of The Crude Report

19 January 2022

The Crude Report: 2022 to be more of the same, but different…

Many major trends affecting crude oil markets like energy transition, the balancing act between Opec+ and SPRs and Covid-19 continue, but all have evolved in its own way.


Asia-Pacific Crude oil English Global North America Africa Europe FSU Latin America and Caribbean Middle East

29 December 2021

The Crude Report: Opec+ likely to stay the course

After having weathered the storm of uncertainty last month, expectations are that Opec and its non-Opec partners will once again opt to stick to the script and agree on a 400,000 b/d increase in its production ceiling, as planned.


Crude oil Global Middle East Latin America and Caribbean Africa FSU Asia-Pacific North America Europe English

22 December 2021

The Crude Report: Rocky markets follow Trans Mountain shutdown

The 300,000 b/d Trans Mountain pipeline connecting Canada’s crude hub to refineries and export hubs at the west coast was closed for three weeks starting in November as a precaution to extreme weather conditions. As a result, ANS crude demand and, therefore, prices surg...

15 December 2021

The Crude Report: BP’s take on Brent

In with WTI Midland, and out with Brent and Forties – this is BP’s prescription for the future of the Dated Brent benchmark. But is the market ready for Brent-free Brent? Opinions remain sharply divided.


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08 December 2021

The Crude Report: Opec+ keeps markets guessing

Between SPR releases and Omicron, uncertainty was the underlying theme of last week’s monthly Opec+ meeting. And although they sanctioned another 400,000-b/d increase to their production quota in January, Opec+ ministers signaled they’d be watching developments closely ...


Crude oil Global English Africa Asia-Pacific Europe FSU Latin America and Caribbean Middle East North America

01 December 2021

The Crude Report: Pipeline capacity goes from famine to feast

What began as a frenzy to build crude oil pipelines connecting US oil fields like the Permian basin to ports for export has resulted in more pipeline capacity than the crude to fill it.


Crude oil North America English

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