The Middle East Crude service includes a report with a mix of pricing, trades and exclusive industry information aimed at oil producers, equity holders, term lifters and oil traders. It can be used for price tracking, insight into official selling price expectations and other market information. Includes daily Dubai and Oman partials prices, released shortly after market close, and our in-depth analysis and full set of indexes released later in the day.
Europe accounts for around 15% of global refining capacity and is a significant net exporter and importer of refined products through seaborne routes. As accurate price discovery is an essential component of spot trading, GX publishes daily price indexes for the wholesale North West European and Mediterranean refined products markets. Certain refined product indexes are calculated through a volume-weighted average methodology, while others are calculated through an end-of-day assessment process. Certain jet fuel, gasoline and gasoil indexes are available on a free trial basis to allow companies to review GX indexes as an alternative refined products data source. Please enquire to find out more.
The first in our series of new benchmarks to solve the industry’s evolving pricing needs, Global Crude Index (GCX) provides a reliable benchmark for crude oil on a truly global basis, limiting the impact of localised factors in any one region. The GCX index reflects the respective production volumes of crudes which price off or link to the three main tradeable benchmarks - Brent, WTI and Oman - via their respective liquid futures contracts, and the impact their output has on the associated contractual linkages.
The Cross Atlantic Crude (CAXC) benchmark comprises Brent and WTI, with the relevant futures contracts providing the value underpinning the CAXC index. It supports the Global Crude Index by providing a regular snapshot of the trading dynamics between Europe and North America.