Global diesel flows surge in unsustainable manner

Apr 01 2021


Key refining hubs around the globe are currently all doing the same thing: exporting way more diesel.

Vortexa’s Market Analysis team details the massive flows, investigates the underlying rationales, and discusses likely repercussions of this development for the next weeks and months. The wave of diesel at sea is so huge that it is set to affect most industry players in some way.

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