Olivia Schorah

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Olivia works with the crude oil and oil products teams as a research support analyst, with particular focus on European markets. She holds a BSc in Geography and Environmental Management from the University of the West of England. During her time at university, Olivia undertook an industrial placement year with the Department of Energy and Climate Change, specialising in oil and gas statistics. Prior to joining Energy Aspects, Olivia worked for an independent renewable energy supplier.

Recent publications

  • | White swan

    Wavering faith in the crude rebalancing story prompted a wave of selling this month and product markets were not immune, but it was bizarre for diesel to be caught in the panic. Globally, the overwhelming majority of recent economic headlines have been undeniably bullish for diesel. The only real ma..

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  • | RINs redux

    Global gasoline markets corrected sharply in early March, precipitated by a rumoured shift in arcane US biofuels blending rules and another slump in Asian gasoline cracks, which had enjoyed a strong start to the year. The correction was much-needed. The market had bid up summer-grade gasoline prices..

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  • | Brazil oil data – Jan 2017

    Brazilian January liquids output fell m/m by 47 thousand b/d to 2.80 mb/d as a result of maintenance. Nevertheless, a weak base continued to support y/y comparisons, up by 0.37 mb/d. Maintenance impacted the P-40 platform in the Marlim Sul (-36 thousand b/d m/m) while output at the Jubarte field als..

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  • | Mexico oil data – Jan 2017

    Mexican liquids output fell further in January to 2.32 mb/d, lower y/y by 0.26 mb/d, with crude output barely holding above 2 mb/d at 2.02 mb/d, and declining y/y by 0.24 mb/d for the second straight month. Light crude output fell by 0.19 mb/d y/y, staying below 1 mb/d for the third month in a row, ..

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  • | A signal shown

    A trading play will pump up visible stocks in Asia in the coming weeks, but this is only a prelude to a summer of supply tightness. Onshore stocks of fuel oil in Singapore will likely rise beyond the nearly 27 mb level seen in late February, so some short-term floating storage may be needed. On the ..

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