August 2019

Trends & Resources

Industry Metrics

The US gasoline market received a boost from a gasoline supply outage on the East Coast, despite overall supply-side pressure resulting from higher regional refinery intakes.

Rhodes, Mike, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

The US gasoline market received a boost from a gasoline supply outage on the East Coast, despite overall supply-side pressure resulting from higher regional refinery intakes. The European gasoline market plummeted, and middle-of-the-barrel weakening more than offset the positive performance at the bottom of the barrel. In Asia, support came from reduced refining capacities, firm jet/kerosene exports and a tighter fuel oil market. HP

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