JODI in the Media

OPIS: Shaping the New Norm of Elevated U.S. LPG Exports to Europe

OPIS analysis suggests that protracted robust premiums for natural gas over liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), a tightening of supply in East Europe since Russia’s invasion and rising demand from the petrochemical sector are shaping a new norm of elevated U.S. imports into Northwest Europe, as the flood of U.S. LPG exports to Europe over June and July reach multi-year highs. ...
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Mees: Egypt Gas Imports From Israel Hit Record 720mn Cfd

Egypt imported a record 720mn cfd of gas from Israel for March according to latest Jodi data (see chart), boosting quarterly flows to a record 554mn cfd for Q1. Imports from Israel were expected to increase following the 1 March announcement by Israel’s NewMed Energy that flows via a second route, the overland Arab Gas Pipeline (AGP), had started-up. ...
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OilPrice.com: Saudi Oil Exports Dropped in March From Two-Year High In February

Crude oil exports from Saudi Arabia fell slightly in March from February, when the world’s top crude exporter shipped the highest level of crude since April 2020. Despite the decline in crude shipments in March, Saudi Arabia’s exports still held above the 7 million bpd mark as the Kingdom is unwinding the production cuts per the OPEC+ agreement. ...
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