In-depth coverage of activity in the gasoil market in China
Increasing pressure resulting from economic slowdown has significantly impacted gasoil demand. Government intervention on the infrastructure industry also remains an influencing factor on China's gasoil market. The high gasoil price continues to adversely affect the transportation industry.
On the supply side, refinery run rates have bottomed out and sales pressure has increased. The market has proved difficult to stimulate and the oversupply situation, particularly in the domestic market, looks set to continue.
The day-to-day changes creating oversupply and stockpiling issues, price volatility, demand peaks and troughs, and export uncertainty all mean that market players need robust and timely information to stay ahead of the ever-changing gasoil market in China.
The China Gasoil Supply and Demand Index Monthly provides the latest viewpoint on activity in China’s gasoil market, keeping traders, analysts and producers abreast of the complete market picture as it unfolds. It is a value reference point from which to judge opportunities as they arise, and be alerted of potential new opportunities on the horizon using the three month forecasts.
The China Gasoil Supply and Demand Index Monthly features local and in-depth coverage of the gasoil market in China, including the supply and demand balance with three month forecast as well as consumption levels and import and export activity.
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The China Gasoil Supply and Demand Index Monthly provides timely and accurate information for global and local gasoil producers as well as traders and analysts within the dynamic gasoil market. By including a complete and up-to-date assessment of the market, including the activities of independent producers and private traders as well as major refineries, it is possible to achieve competitive advantage; seize arbitrage opportunities; avoid market imbalance and formulate robust strategies.
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