CIS Watch

CIS Watch provides independent, data-driven analysis of the CIS crude oil, refining, and petroleum product markets. The analysis is divided into two reports per month: CIS Watch Crude and CIS Watch Products/Refining. When the Soviet Union disintegrated, ESAI Energy was the first to make refining capacity and demand data for the former Soviet republics available outside the country. Since then, we have maintained an unbroken flow of data and analysis on the countries of this major energy-exporting region. Clients have direct access to analysts to ask questions. The report and the dataset are updated monthly and include a 12-month outlook each month.

Tables Included with Publication (Excel)

CIS Crude Fundamentals (Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan)

  • Throughput
  • Crude Production
  • Crude Balance
  • Crude Exports and Trade
  • Gross Exports Russia, Kazakhstan, Black Sea, Baltic Sea, Druzhba Pipeline, CPC Blend, BTC Blend, Overland to China, Kazakhstan, ESPO Blend, Sakhalin
  • Crude Inventories – Absolute and Days of Cover (FSU Total)

CIS Product Fundamentals (Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan)
Motor Gasoline Fundamentals

  • Motor Gasoline Demand
  • Motor Gasoline Output
  • Motor Gasoline Balance
  • Motor Gasoline Exports and Trade Russia Gasoline, Russia Gasoline & Naphtha Exports by Sea: Total, Baltic, Black
  • Motor Gasoline Inventories – Absolute & Days of Cover (Total FSU)

Diesel Fundamentals

  • Diesel Demand
  • Diesel Output
  • Diesel Balance
  • Diesel Exports and Trade Russian diesel exports by Sea: Total, Baltic and Black
  • Diesel Inventories (FSU Total) – Absolute & Days of Cover (Total FSU)

Fuel Oil Fundamentals

  • Fuel Oil Demand
  • Fuel Oil Output
  • Fuel Oil Balance
  • Fuel Oil Trade Fuel Oil & VGO Exports, Exports by Sea: Total, Baltic, Black
  • Fuel Oil Inventories – Absolute & Days of Cover (Total FSU)

** Countries in Regional Database: Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Lithuania (Estonia & Latvia transferred to OECD Europe).