In any Oil and Gas business, trading and volatility have always been an important factors. ITFI's trading and supply provide a vital role in linking the market with our upstream and downstream Oil and Gas services. All our market networks have been highly streamlined and integrated to provide commercial support to marketing, network, Oil and Gas production, and operation.
There are several risk factors to be considered in the supply and trading of Gas and Oil products. The Oil supply chain is directly subjected to the decision of several key investors and players.
Our prime function in the Oil and Gas supply includes,
The problem with current business in Oil and Gas trading is that speculators would buy and hoard immense quantities of Oil, once a sudden rumor would leak out regarding the drop in Oil prices. Then, they would store it in deep tanks and patiently wait for the price to shoot up again. This leads to artificial scarcity and panic
At ITFI, we have highly improved our trading and supply chain operations to avoid any risks and tradeoffs. We have streamlined our value chain in
With the current global rise in transaction and operation, all our supply chain professionals are working round the clock to enhance and upgrade our infrastructure to handle the alarming rise in urgency and demand. All our strategies are time tested, giving full assurance in delivery and transportation at the right time, thus avoiding any huge expenditure or untimely delays.
ITFI trading is bringing industry experts with years of experience, to strategize and explore the possibilities of incorporating the recent regulations implemented in the supply chain of Oil and Gas.
Our key topics of research and study include
As we all know, wildcatters are unavoidable even in the Oil and Gas trading industry. However, to limit the problems due to the sudden offshoot of wild rumors, we have established several trading hubs round the globe-including New York, Singapore, California, and London. Our highly experienced trading professionals manage an overall transaction of 4 to 5 million barrels of Oil and 4 billion cubic feet of natural Gas on a day to day basis.