ClipperBlog

09 November

Booming US product exports

The U.S. export boom continues apace. And not only from crude exports, which clambered above 2 million barrels per day in recent weeks, but from the product piece of the pie too. Joining rising gasoline and distillate exports from the U.S. has been LPG. And not just propane or butane, but ethane as well - as our ClipperData illustrate below. 

Continue Reading
Tagged US gasoline exports, US middle distillate exports, US propane exports, US ethane exports Leave a comment
30 October

On the road

I've been on the road - on walkabout as the Australians would say - for the last four weeks, doing a number of speaking engagements and trips across America. As we all know, all paths lead back to energy,  hence, on my travels I have seen a bunch of energy infrastructure that I normally just study on a screen. Hark, here are some of those places, and some corresponding insights via our...

Continue Reading
Tagged US crude imports, US gasoline exports, ExxonMobil Baton Rouge refinery, Texas refineries, PES Philadelphia refinery, Phillips 66 Bayway refinery, US middle distillate exports 7 Comments

About the Author

Matt Smith deciphers and distills what is most relevant across the energy complex into cohesive and pithy knowledge you can use. The belly laugh is a bonus.

Matt Smith

Subscribe to Email Updates