Argus data is available as either a data file specific to a product, for example Argus Crude or as a customised historical data collection. Regular files are updated with the same frequency as the report they are based on.
The files contain coded numerical data to represent the commodity and contract information along with price and dates. The dictionary of these codes can be found under documentation
Argus constantly improves its services to reflect changing energy markets – any changes to data content are announced by email (clients must opt in to this service via the email address below) and online in the announcements section
Should any inaccuracy or omission be discovered in the data published, there may be a correction published in the next scheduled data file where that correction applies. Corrections over 6 months may not be published in the regular data files. You may also search and view the published corrections online by date. More information on the Argus corrections policy can be found on the corrections page
For further questions about Argus data please email firstname.lastname@example.org