The North American crude market landscape continues to evolve as the industry works to find a supply/demand balance following the global surplus that affected supply chain dynamics for years. U.S. and Canadian markets are increasing their relevance as growing production, infrastructure changes, and export capabilities connect North America to international markets. Meanwhile, transportation bottlenecks developed in multiple North American production regions, stranding barrels upstream and impacting price differentials.
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