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US Gulf Coast distillates flows to Europe at around 1 mil mt for November

US Gulf Coast distillates flows to Europe at around 1 mil mt for November
Distillates flows to Northwest Europe and the Mediterranean from the US Gulf Coast for November arrival are at 1 million mt, according to data from cFlow, S&P Global Platts trade flow software.

Seven vessels carrying distillates left over the past seven days to head to Europe, all medium range tankers.
The figure is the highest since August when nearly 2 million mt of distillates was seen coming across the Atlantic.
Unusually, an MR — the Maersk Mississippi — is set to discharge into Hamburg, Germany, after previously heading to ARA. This is a relatively rare occurrence as the German cargo market is almost exclusively fed from the Baltic region or by Scandinavian producers.
However, with less volume coming from the Baltic in November on account of a strong Russian domestic market and the some pipeline maintenance at the key export port of Primorsk, the diversion makes a degree of sense, with Hamburg a port that can easily accommodate 40,000 mt cargo sizes.
While most of the cargoes are heading to Northwest Europe, a growing spread between NWE and the Mediterranean has seen a few diversions.
The Atlantic Star and STI Fontvielle, both MRs, are now heading to Valencia and Lavera respectively, after previously being oriented towards Amsterdam.
One vessel, the Atlantic Pegasus, diverted from the Le Havre, France and is now heading to Brazil.

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