Source: Oil Buyer’s Guide, Bloomberg Brief

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3 Responses to “Tanker Tracker”

  1. rd says:

    The Jones Act requires that tankers shipping from a US port to a US port be built and flagged in the US. That means that any foreign flagged or built ships MUST take their loads to another country from the US.

    So, the improved pipeline flows to the Gulf Coast refineries mean that any refined product production greater than the carrying capacity of pipelines or US flagged ships will be going to Europe or other markets. The same will happen with natural gas as more LNG terminals in the US get built.