Argus launches a new US Gulf coast assessment, a judge orders the Dakota Access pipeline to shut down and China takes a record amount of US crude just as tensions re-escalate – so many headlines in so little time. Read more | #UScrude #crudeexports #OOTT
While there have been some defeats and victories in the battle over the Dakota Access Pipeline, a U.S. District Court Judge recently rules it needs to be shut down! More action is necessary, especially considering the coronavirus pandemic. Read more:
The federal government is asking a judge to dismiss a lawsuit that seeks to recoup $38 million for policing the monthslong Dakota Access Pipeline protests.
The legal battle surrounding the Dakota Access Pipeline could spell trouble for similar energy infrastructure projects which raises the question where the crude will go next
In this week’s Market Movers: a pivotal week for the Dakota Access Pipeline, a tonnage crunch in the Americas clean tanker market is having a bullish impact on pricing sentiment, and a hot weather alert could see record power demand. Full video (4:35):