We are the only source measuring ethanol storage tank levels at New York Harbor on a weekly basis. We cover 40 ethanol storage tanks comprising of approximately 2.6 million barrels of storage capacity. As one of the largest storage hubs on the East coast, New York Harbor acts as a major distribution and export point for PADD 1 ethanol.
Access tank-by-tank storage levels at one of the most important ethanol trading points:
- Monitoring Technology: To determine individual tank storage levels, we use infrared images to detect storage levels in fixed roof tanks. We do this by flying over each terminal every Thursday to correspond with EIA reporting periods and to allow for direct comparison of inventory levels.
- Early Insight: Be the first to know when owners/operators make moves by charting individual tank movements against futures contracts.
- Historical Data: We provide a full year of tank-by-tank historical storage measurements to identify trends and themes.
Set trading strategies early, ahead of publicly reported data, by using the only stock data specific to New York Harbor.
Gain transparency and valuable ethanol storage reference points to better balance your forecast supply and demand models.
Determine total storage availability at a major distribution and export point for PADD 1 ethanol.
Better understand the balance of supply/demand for the entire ethanol supply chain.