|2019-08-07 来源： 中国石化新闻网|
新加坡时间周二上午11点(格林尼治时间03：00)，布伦特/迪拜期货掉期交易所(Brent/Dubai Exchange of Futures for swaps)名义汇率为2.81美元/桶。EFS最后一次评估是在新加坡时间周一下午4:30(格林威治时间08：30)，为3.06美元/桶。
一位驻新加坡的原油交易员表示，迪拜的月间交易仍具有支撑性，因为亚洲炼油需求强劲。迪拜含硫原油综合设施的月间价差保持稳定。8月/ 9月迪拜期货合约价差周二上午11点在新加坡收于90美分/桶，9月/ 10月价差收于82美分/桶。
最近，卡塔尔国有石油公司已将其7月份装载的卡塔尔陆地原油(Qatar Land)和卡塔尔海洋原油(Qatar Marine crude)的OSPs分别设定为64.95美元/桶和64.75美元/桶。
邹勤 摘译自 普氏能源资讯
Dubai/Brent narrows as bullish sentiment for Middle East crudes persists
The spread between benchmark Dubai crude futures and Brent continue to narrow mid-day Tuesday as sentiment for Middle Eastern crudes remained bullish even as Brent regained some strength overnight.
The Brent/Dubai Exchange of Futures for swaps was notionally pegged at $2.81/b, at 11:00 am Singapore time (0300 GMT) Tuesday. The EFS was last assessed at $3.06/b at 4:30 pm in Singapore (0830 GMT) on Monday.
The spread has narrowed even as front-month ICE Brent October futures rose 38 cents/b from Monday's settle to $60.20/b at 11:00 am in Singapore (0300 GMT) Tuesday.
Traders said that they expect the prevailing strong demand from Asia, to continue to support the Middle East crude complex.
"Dubai intermonths remained supportive because Asian refinery demand is strong helped by healthy product cracks," a Singapore-based crude trader said. The Dubai intermonth spreads have held steady for the sour crude complex with the balance August/September Dubai futures spread pegged at 90 cents/b at 11:00am in Singapore (0300 GMT) on Tuesday, while the September/October spread was pegged at 82 cents/b.
Meanwhile, traders noted that Asian refiners are expected to run their linear programming models -- used by refineries to determine the best value crude slate each month -- this week following the issuance of several key official selling prices from Middle East producers.
Most recently, state-owned Qatar Petroleum has set the OSPs for its Qatar Land and Qatar Marine crude grades loaded in July at $64.95/b and $64.75/b, respectively.
This is also equivalent to premiums of $1.70/b and $1.50/b to the average of Platts front-month Dubai crude assessments in July for the respective grades, reflecting a drop of 9 cents/b for Qatar Land and 14 cents/b drop for Qatar Marine from the previous month.