April 2002

Misc

The turnaround season

It's risky to predict the course of economic trends, particularly for refined products' demand and pricing. But analysts continue to make attempts at prognostication. Recently, several..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

It's risky to predict the course of economic trends, particularly for refined products' demand and pricing. But analysts continue to make attempts at prognostication. Recently, several well-respected sources have studied the trends and pronounced an end to the r-word. The recession in the U.S., that is. Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan has optimistically proclaimed that the economy is rebounding and expansion is already underway. If so, look for a rising demand of petroleum products as factories, truckers and consumers step up usage. Supplies have been plentiful for months, but a mid-March analysis from the Ene

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