Closer to the asset

As physical oil trading is increasingly influenced by supply and logistics issues, integrating specialised operational aspects into commercial risk models has become key. David Newton, CEO of TradeCapture, looks at how these challenges are changing market behaviour

The supply and demand balance of world oil has undergone a fundamental change in recent years with increasing demand from China and other emerging markets occurring at a time of relatively inelastic supply. Both oil production and refining capacity are strained, storage is becoming scarcer, and capacity issues are evident throughout the supply chain, which is likely to keep oil prices not only high, but volatile.

The change in market fundamentals has an impact on businesses throughout the supply

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