In response to a glut in oil supply in the province, the government of Alberta is mandating a temporary production cut of 325,000 b/d. If the mandate is followed to the letter, it would eliminate close to 20 million barrels of inventories by March 2019, roughly the amount of stock build from the past twelve months. Further production curtailments of 95,000 b/d could last until the end of 2019 if stocks do not draw down significantly. We had forecast Canadian production to fall by 30,000 b/d in 2019. In light of these developments, we are accelerating the decline to 90,000 b/d.
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China’s LPG imports will rebound in 2019 after dismal growth of a little over 20,000 b/d in 2018, according to ESAI Energy’s newly published Global LPG Outlook. A new wave of PDH investment will reignite Chinese demand. In a market flush with new supply, exporters will count on an uptick in Chinese demand to stave off a global glut.
China’s LPG imports will rebound in 2019 after dismal growth of a little over 20 000 bpd in 2018, according to ESAI Energy’s newly published Global LPG Outlook.