An Argus market service, published weekly
As the leading publication in asphalt assessments, the Argus Asphalt Report offers an international perspective on the markets. Historical prices are available dating back to 1998, facilitating charting and analysis of long-term trends.
The Argus Asphalt Report discusses the impact of crude oil prices and light-heavy crude differentials on refiner decisions to produce asphalt. The service also provides alternative economic calculations that help users understand the economics that drive the production and trade of asphalt. These economics include asphalt's high-sulphur fuel oil (HSFO) alternative values, HSFO arbitrage calculations and asphaltic crude breakeven.
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Argus Asphalt Assessments
- East Gulf coast barge and west Gulf coast barge
- Midwest barge
- East coast barge
- Midwest roofing barge
- Singapore cargo
- Iran cargo
- Iran drums
- Africa cargo
- Retail ranges in high volume markets
- Asphalt market pricing for the US and Canada, including monthly price changes for Mexico
- Asphalt market pricing for Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia-Pacific
- Asphalt breakeven economics for US refiners processing Maya and Arab Heavy crudes
- Graphs showing price trends, asphalt economics and asphalt's relationship to HSFO and crude
- Industry relevant news
- Transparent methodology
Market participants turn to the Argus Asphalt Report for accurate and relevant asphalt pricing and market information to help them make informed business decisions. Argus understands asphalt markets locally and globally and continues to develop content by responding to the market as it evolves.
Argus Asphalt Report subscribers include refiners, suppliers, traders, shippers, brokers, contractors involved in highway work, construction industry executives, highway officials, cement manufacturers, government policy planners, financial institutions, and asphalt additive and polymer manufacturers.
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