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Pipeline projects are not stopping yet, rail…that is another story

January 2015 Overview from our North America Logistics Review Service – Multiple developments in the crude logistics arena confirm that, even though the industry has been shaken by the drop in crude prices, significant new pipeline capacity will likely come on line in the next two years although the outlook for further rail expansion looks […]

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Parnon, Arcadia to Pay $13 Million in Price-Rigging Suit

Parnon Energy Inc., an oil logistics company, and London-based oil trader Arcadia Petroleum Ltd. agreed to pay $13 million to settle the Commodities and Futures Trading Commission’s (CFTC’s) claims they manipulated oil futures prices.  EnSys Energy provided expert testimony in support of the CFTC regarding this case.  The CFTC contended that the companies illegally made more than $50 million […]

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OPEC’s 2014 World Oil Outlook

The OPEC World Oil Outlook 2014 is now published and available. As in previous years, EnSys is pleased to contribute to this very thorough, annual examination of developments in the global oil sector, working closely with the Secretariat to assess the downstream outlook and challenges from the medium term through 2035.  The publication is a […]

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Crude prices – implications for logistics

December 2014 Overview from our North America Logistics Review Service – By way of update on last month’s commentary on crumbling crude oil export barriers, PEMEX is reportedly negotiating to receive US crude, the US Department of Commerce has released a regulation which eases re-export of foreign (read Canadian) crudes, this by allowing “incidental” contact […]

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Crude is reaching the coasts in increasing volume

October 2014 Overview from our North America Logistics Review Service – Current coastal crude-by-rail off-loading capacity has reached over 3.3 million bpd, (0.98 East Coast, 1.73 Gulf Coast, 0.66 West Coast) and is set to hit 4.5 million bpd by a year from now. Even though this capacity is not operating near nameplate, it is […]

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EnSys Energy’s Martin Tallett Presents at Opportunity Crudes 2014 Conference

Martin Tallett, President of EnSys Energy, presented at the September 2014 Opportunity Crudes Conference in Houston.  His discussion focused on the North American crude supply and logistics including an outlook and implications for producers, refiners and markets.  In recent years, rapid supply growth and logistics adaptations throughout the U.S. and Canada have continued to shape the […]

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Department of State Releases Keystone Impact Statement

As in 2010 and 2011 when EnSys prepared major studies on Keystone XL, in this FSEIS, EnSys undertook extensive WORLD modeling underpinning the Market Analysis, (Chapter 1.4), and related sections of the report. Press inquiries may be directed to Imani Esparza at the Department of State. The Department of State’s Keystone XL FSEIS released on March […]

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OPEC’s World Oil Outlook and Annual Statistical Bulletin 2013 released

The OPEC World Oil Outlook 2013 is now published and available. As in previous years, EnSys is pleased to contribute to this very thorough, annual examination of developments in the global oil sector, working closely with the Secretariat to assess the downstream outlook and challenges from the medium term through 2035. One of the most […]

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