RBN’s NGL Voyager offers subscribers a comprehensive bi-weekly market analysis of natural gas liquids exports which are driven by fundamentals and combined with the latest industry buzz. The report examines U.S. export trends for propane, butane and ethane, and includes port of origin, destination and volume.
We also analyze price trends, petrochemical feedstock preferences, and our general assessment of major market developments. The report covers pricing relationships such as the propane-to-crude oil differential and the ethane-to-natural gas ratio.
What you get:
- Total U.S. oceangoing exports of LPG (propane + butane) by coast and destination.
- Total U.S. oceangoing exports of ethane by coast and destination.
- Ethane, propane and butane exports from each individual terminal on the U.S. Gulf Coast, and the destinations of these exports.
- Ethane, propane and butane exports from each individual terminal on the U.S. East Coast, and the destinations of these exports.
- Propane and butane exports from the U.S. West Coast, and the destinations of these exports. Data regarding exports from the Prince Rupert terminal in Canada is also included.
- U.S. Gulf Coast ethane, propane and normal butane price graphs.
- U.S. Gulf Coast cracking margins for all four feedstocks (ethane, propane, butane and natural gasoline).
- Propane prices in Asia, Europe and on the U.S. Gulf Coast.
- Arbs for exporting propane from the U.S. to Asia and Europe.
- EIA inventories in the U.S. for propane, butane and ethane.
Interested in U.S. Exports? Be sure to check out the Crude Voyager and LNG Voyager as well.
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