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LatAm shuffles the heavy sour oil deck in the Americas

Latin American crude production is on the rise, with countries like Brazil, Guyana and Argentina leading the way. However, Latin American heavy sour crude output is expected to decline, and flows will be reshuffled as Canada’s Trans Mountain crude pipeline expansion starts up and as operations begin at Pemex’s Olmeca refinery. Why is heavy sour crude output declining, and what does the output decline and reshuffling of barrels mean for crude prices? SPGCI's Americas oil news director Jeff Mower discusses these questions and more with oil research analysts Stephanie Rivera and Nick Blanco and crude pricing associate editorial director Beth BrownRegister for CERAWeekRegister for World Petrochemical ConferenceRelated content:Latin America Short-Term Outlook – Crude Oil (report)Liza FOB Guyana (price) Oriente FOB Esmeraldas (price) Western Canadian Select at Hardisty (price) More listening options: