US crude exports are increasingly finding their way to the fast-growing Asia-Pacific market, and this trend is set to accelerate should prices recover as a result of OPEC’s renewed attempts to manage supply. Shipments have even defied periods of poor arbitrage economics, bolstered by refiners’ appetite to diversify and secure supplies from sources that until recently were beyond their reach.
What opportunities are there for you?
This Unipec-Argus joint forum for the first time brings North American suppliers together with Asian consumers to discuss the future of these exciting new flows. Experts will also address freight, storage and the potential effects of a Trump administration on US crude production, transport and export infrastructure.