October 2003

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: International refining margins rise in August

Refinery margins rose in August as a result of strong gasoline prices in all main refinery centers, says an analysis from KBC PEL Market Services. In particular, the US supply disruptio..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Refinery margins rose in August as a result of strong gasoline prices in all main refinery centers, says an analysis from KBC PEL Market Services. In particular, the US supply disruptions against a backdrop of tight inventories produced a late seasonal surge in prices ahead of the Labor Day holiday weekend (Fig. 1).  Fig. 1   International refining margins (basis cargo market prices) from January 1999 through Augu

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