April 2018

Trends & Resources

Industry Metrics

US refinery margins showed seasonal y–o–y growth, mainly supported by gasoline and diesel stocks drawdowns due to refinery maintenance.

Rhodes, Mike, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

US refinery margins showed seasonal y–o–y growth, mainly supported by gasoline and diesel stocks drawdowns due to refinery maintenance. European product markets were supported by higher gasoline demand and improved fuel oil export opportunities. Asia markets recorded gains across the barrel, except in the diesel complex. HP US gas production (Bcfd) and prices (US$/Mcf) Selected world oil prices, US$/bbl World liquid fuel supply and demand, MMbpd   Brent dated vs. sour grades (Urals and Dubai) spre

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