The Crude Report: ANS flows across the other, bigger pond

Author Argus

Alaskan North Slope (ANS) crude cargoes continue to be exported to the Asia-Pacific. So far in 2021, at least eight cargoes have been loaded, including one that discharged in Japan, which was the country’s first import of ANS in nearly five years.

In this episode of The Crude Report, market reporter Benjamin Peyton explains how US West coast demand is affecting ANS flows to the Asia-Pacific and what is happening at home in Alaska that could ultimately affect production.

ANS exports to Asia-Paciific

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