Market intelligence provider, ICIS, has published a new report that offers a detailed assessment of the availability of oil terminals in China’s east coast as well as other coastal areas in the country where petroleum trading is active. The report addresses the need for more information on the availability of oil terminals in the country for domestic and international market players seeking investment, storage, rental or purchase opportunities.
Petroleum trading is set to flourish in China in the short- to-mid term. The government is loosening regulations constraining petroleum imports and exports. A new futures trading platform for oil and petroleum products is also due to be launched. Both developments will further increase activity. Market players are therefore actively seeking storage facilities and commercial terminals.
This report reveals key information on the availability of commercial oil terminals and jetties in China’s coastal areas, where petroleum trading is most prevalent. The structure, distribution, characteristics and supply-demand situation are assessed in the report on the basis of regional petroleum imports, exports and demand.
With over 30 years in the industry and an established team of locally-based market experts backed up by a global analytical team, ICIS is recognised domestically and internationally as the leading source of market information for China.
Subscribers will gain enhanced understanding of the current status of the market and regulations as well as insights into the supply-demand balance of oil terminals in key regions. Importantly, it will enable you to identify where new opportunities exist to build, buy or rent storage capacity.
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With a global staff of more than 800, ICIS has employees based in Houston, Washington, New York, London, Montpellier, Dusseldorf, Karlsruhe, Milan, Mumbai, Singapore, Guangzhou, Beijing, Shanghai, Yantai, Tokyo and Perth. Some 350 of ICIS’s staff are journalists engaged in reporting market prices and news, and ICIS is fully committed to upholding the highest journalistic principles of verification, corroboration and authentication. ICIS has a compliance framework that along with its methodologies and business processes adheres to the requirements of the IOSCO PRA Principles.
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The ICIS China Commercial Oil Terminals Research offers invaluable insight for domestic and international market players seeking investment, storage, rental or purchase opportunities.
What’s included in the ICIS China Commercial Oil Terminals Research?
Price assessments, indices, news and analysis for the oil, gas, liquefied natural gas, carbon and coal sectors.