BY CONTINUING TO USE THIS SITE, YOU ARE AGREEING TO OUR USE OF COOKIES. REVIEW OUR PRIVACY & COOKIE NOTICE
X
Skip Navigation LinksHome|News & Analysis|Videos| Crude oil moving out of Cushing: trends and implications


Crude oil moving out of Cushing: trends and implications

Featuring Alison Ciaccio and John Kingston

April 24, 2014 16:00:00 EST (12:51 mins)

The home of the NYMEX crude contract, Cushing, Oklahoma, only a few years ago was swimming in oil, but that has since changed. A combination of big new crude pipeline projects, along with the ever-expanding reach of crude-by-rail movements, is starting to move crude oil out of Cushing. Alison Ciaccio, oil futures editors, discusses the trend with John Kingston, director of news.

Platts Email


Request a free trial of: Oilgram News

Oilgram News
Oilgram News

Oilgram News brings you fast-breaking global petroleum and gas news on and including:

  • Industry players, upstream and downstream markets, refineries, midstream transportation and financial reports

  • Supply and demand trends, government actions, exploration and technology

  • Daily futures summary

  • Weekly API statistics, and much more


Request a free trial to Oilgram NewsRequest more information about Oilgram News




Video Requirements


Download Flash plug-in


Copyright © 2018 S&P Global Platts, a division of S&P Global. All rights reserved.