Nevyn Nah

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Nevyn covers Asian refined products market analysis. After graduating from the National University of Singapore with a chemical engineering degree, he worked at ExxonMobil for 5 years where he held several roles including process engineering, business analysis and crude optimisation. Most recently, he was a senior analyst at Phillips 66 where he spent 4 years covering Asia and Middle East crude oil markets as well as crude optimisation for Melaka refinery.

Recent publications

  • | Non plus ultra

    Atlantic basin gasoil markets are entering the autumn in a position of strength on the back of solid demand, unplanned global refinery outages, and Latin America’s recurrent refinery problems. In the case of Europe, ULSD looks tight even though imports of US diesel are set to jump to a record high t..

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  • | Australia oil data – Jun 2017

    Australian June oil demand stayed above 1 mb/d for the second consecutive month at 1.03 mb/d, higher y/y by 75 thousand b/d (7.8%). Diesel accounted for almost 80% of total oil demand growth at 59 thousand b/d. Recovery in the mining sector amidst stronger raw material prices is starting to have a b..

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  • | Autumn winds

    Despite surging US refinery runs, strong domestic demand and ample export opportunities have kept product stocks under control. Indeed, the strength in product spreads and cracks belies the continued concern in the market over the sustainability of demand growth this year. The transition to winter g..

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  • | Slim stocks

    Propane exports have regained strength in July, raising the possibility of an even tighter propane market than expected through H2 17. Exports rose m/m by 0.17 mb/d to 0.8 mb/d last month, and could be bolstered further throughout Q3 17 and into Q4 17 if seasonal buying increases. Pushing ahead into..

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  • | Japan oil data – Jun 2017

    Japanese June oil demand fell to 3.11 mb/d (-43 thousand b/d y/y), the weakest since at least 1995, as lower utility demand for direct crude burn (-16 thousand b/d y/y) and fuel oil (-78 thousand b/d y/y) offset strong stronger demand in naphtha (+19 thousand b/d y/y) and diesel (+30 thousand b/d y/..

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