The Argus origin restricted (non-Russian) diesel cif ARA price assessment
A two-tiered diesel market is opening as the market pays a premium for the assurance of trading non-Russian diesel. This situation has led the market to a loss of the spot liquidity of the standard 30kt cargo loaded ex Russian Baltics, which defines the benchmark for the NWE market.
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Advantages of the Argus origin restricted (non-Russian) diesel cif ARA price assessment
Argus is the first to offer a solution to this problem of a two-tiered diesel market by assessing the premiums for diesel of non-Russian origin in addition to the already existing price of diesel from any origin. The new assessment covers cargoes ranging 30-60kt in order to capture the flow of arbitrage diesel supplied mostly from East of Suez and US.
Users of the Argus origin restricted (non-Russian) diesel cif ARA price assessment
- Traders connecting diesel suppliers with buyers across and within regions.
- Refineries needing a value of non-Russian diesel to understand how to maximise value for their refinery and the economics to underpin their production decisions.
- Analysts in need of a pricing tool for this ‘new pricing structure’.
- Risk managers needing to limit or to remove completely financial risk in case of further sanctions on non-Russian diesel and diesel of any origin.
- Procurement managers buying diesel for their business.
- Sales and pricing managers needing a fair and reflective price levels in supply contracts to set when selling diesel downstream.