Whichever regional Jet kerosene markets you work in, ICIS offers the thorough pricing information you need to operate with confidence.
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Updated to Q2 2020
Q2 is expected to begin with a massive supply glut amid waning fundamentals and uncertainty hovering around potential extension of current nationwide lockdowns globally. Even though some refineries have introduced run rate cuts facing reduced margins, if production rates resume and buyers continue to be discouraged from storing material despite ICE gasoil futures in strong contango, fundamentals could well shift to supply and demand disequilibrium. The could put further downwards pressure on jet kerosene values.
With many travellers cancelling business and leisure trips amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, which is compelling airlines to cut back capacity and park aircrafts, indicates a bearish outlook for Q2 2020. Airlines that were already in weak financial shape are likely to go under, such as the UK’s Flybe and there are likely to be many more. ICIS projects that jet fuel demand will slide 70% in 2020 amid the pandemic with similar drops anticipated to be mirrored in Q2.
We offer the following regional Jet kerosene analysis and news coverage to keep you informed of factors and developments affecting prices in the Jet kerosene marketplace.
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Jet kerosene is a blend of hydrocarbons, a product of petroleum refining which belongs to the middle distillate group.
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