Middle East Waterborne Crude Report

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Better Understand Crude Movements across the Middle East

Leverage trusted market intelligence to forecast price shifts and anticipate crude flows

To forecast short-term price shifts, it is crucial to have accurate insight and analysis into crude destinations from the the Middle East. This region is the largest source of waterborne crude oil and supplies in the Americas, Asia and Europe, with a massive flow of energy. Even minor shifts in the pattern of flows to these markets can have a large impact on regional prices. Our Middle East Waterborne Crude Report provides critical intelligence offering new transparency into global crude market trends not seen anywhere else. Our report illuminates flows coming out of the Middle East Gulf (MEG) producing countries for industry players, allowing them to better gauge the complexities global markets.

Anticipate crude oil flows and understand movement in the Middle East:

  • Crude Vessel Tracking Data: To follow cargoes loading in the MEG to their final destination, we use our own Vesseltracker network, which boasts the most comprehensive and accurate picture global ship movements. We capture every individual vessel to accurately estimate global crude flows. 
  • Export and Import Insights: We follow MEG crude exports to key countries such as China, South Korea, and India. Our report provides insight into the oil barrels loaded from each producing country including, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Oman, Iran, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, and Qatar.
  • Historical Research: Our extensive analysis gives you insight into historical monthly loadings by berth month and destination. Follow trends and make more informed business decisions. 


With our waterborne crude insight, you have the most comprehensive view of the drivers behind crude oil price shifts. Get a weekly snapshot of critical cargo loading data and market commentary, enabling you to strengthen your trading strategy. 


Better inform your analysis with our unique data sets and trusted market intelligence. Anticipate the volume of crude leaving the Middle East with direct insight into vessel destinations. Know where the supply is headed before the competition.