serving the world‘s oilseed, oil, fat and feed industries, trade, organisations, banks and government agencies

in more than 100 countries with comprehensive, unbiased and authoritative forecasts, analyses, facts, figures, prices and opinion.

Weekly

The weekly forecasting and information service for all the major oilseeds as well as for vegetable and animal oils & fats and for oilmeals is read in approximately 100 countries worldwide. You will benefit from our long-running experience of more than 40 years and our unique world database. The semi-annual subscription to the WEEKLY includes six special MONTHLY issues with price forecasts for the next several months. 

Released every Friday with up-to-date analyses of the current situation and the world supply, demand and price outlook for the most important commodities. It also includes latest fundamental analyses and projections for individual countries and comments on current production prospects and their impact on trade, stocks, consumption and prices. 

The OIL WORLD WEEKLY provides you with first-hand information from the world's leading forecasters of the whole field of 39 commodities.

SAMPLE

Friday 3 February -- WEEKLY No. 5

The following are the headlines of the respective OIL WORLD WEEKLY

The complete report including the textual part and the detailed statistical section can either be purchased and downloaded individually  or is available on a subscription basis (by e-mail).

● Larger biodiesel production seen raising soya oil consumption in Brazil by 0.7 Mn T in April/Sept 2023, possibly curbing soya oil exports by about 440 Thd T on the year.

● Large arrivals in preceding months may curb Indian veg. oil imports to around 8.4 Mn T in Feb/Sept 2023, 1.1 Mn T less than a year ago.

● Rapeseed exports from Uruguay are seen about doubling to 400–440  Thd T in Nov/Oct 2022/23, mainly to Europe.

● Crushings of three major oilseeds in Russia increased by 20% to a high of 6.47 Mn T in Oct/Dec 2022.

● US production capacities for biodiesel and HVO added up to 14.9 Mn T in November, up from 11.2 Mn T a year earlier. Doubling of HVO capacity expected till end 2025.

SUBSCRIPTION

Friday 20 January -- WEEKLY No. 3

The following are the headlines of the respective OIL WORLD WEEKLY

The complete report including the textual part and the detailed statistical section can either be purchased and downloaded individually  or is available on a subscription basis (by e-mail).

● The Argentina soybean crop was lowered to 34 Mn T. Combined production of 5 S. American countries is now pegged at 201 Mn T.

● EU rapeseed & canola imports are now forecast to reach 6.5 Mn T in July/June 2022/23, a 0.5 Mn T upward revision from our estimate a month ago and up 0.6 Mn T on the year.

● The EU has become an important exporter of sun oil and meal, based on a sharp increase in crushings. Türkiye has become a large trading hub for sunflower oil.

● Large linseed crops in Russia and Kazakhstan and subdued world demand have pressured world market prices of linseed and oil.

● Corn exports of 5 major countries reached 57.7 Mn T in Sept/Dec 2022, a record volume and 7.6 Mn T above a year earlier.

● The Pakistani oilseed sector is currently suffering from GM restrictions and a lack of financing. This is impeding the clearance of vessels and squeezes the availability of veg. oils and oilmeals.

SUBSCRIPTION

Friday 13 January -- WEEKLY No. 2

The following are the headlines of the respective OIL WORLD WEEKLY

The complete report including the textual part and the detailed statistical section can either be purchased and downloaded individually  or is available on a subscription basis (by e-mail).

● Oilseed exports from Ukraine were boosted in recent months, contrasting with declining domestic crushings.

● Butter prices have declined from record levels of late. Consumption affected by high prices in many countries in 2022.

● Combined soybean exports to China increased on the year since October and recovered to 34.1 Mn T in Sept/Dec, 2.9 Mn T above a year earlier.

● EU soybean crushings plummeted by an estimated 1.2 Mn T or 16% in July/Dec 2022, contrasting with steep increases in rapeseed and sunflowerseed.

● World exports of fish oil are set to decline sizeably in Jan/Mar 2023, reflected in Peruvian export prices skyrocketing to a new high of US-$ 4900 this week.

● Malaysian palm oil production exceeded expectations at 5.1 Mn T in Oct/Dec 2022, a 4-year high and continuing the recovery since the July/Sept quarter.

SUBSCRIPTION

Friday 6 January -- WEEKLY No. 1

The following are the headlines of the respective OIL WORLD WEEKLY

The complete report including the textual part and the detailed statistical section can either be purchased and downloaded individually  or is available on a subscription basis (by e-mail).

● 2023 starts with high price volatility. Argentine soya meal prices at record levels, driven by crop concern and declining crushings in Argentina.

● An expansion of the area in some major countries has set the stage for an increase of EU-27 rapeseed production in the vicinity of 0.5 Mn T in 2023, depending on weather conditions in coming months.

● Under the lead of Indonesia, world exports of palm oil were boosted by 2.8 Mn T on the year to a record 21.6 Mn T in Aug/Nov 2022. 

● Stocks of 17 oils & fats in India accumulated to a record level of approximately 3.9 Mn T at the end of December, up 1.3 Mn T from a year ago. 

● Exports of rapeseed oil from Russia increased sharply so far this season, primarily to China. 

● US consumption of oils & fats increased pronouncedly by 5.6% to 24.0 Mn T in Jan/Nov 2022, while production reached only 20.0 Mn T. Net imports widened to 4.0 Mn T in that period

SUBSCRIPTION