July 2017

Trends and Resources

Industry Metrics

US gasoline crack spreads continued to rally, but were offset by supply-side pressure as higher refinery runs contributed to increased inventories.

Rhodes, Mike, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

US gasoline crack spreads continued to rally, but were offset by supply-side pressure as higher refinery runs contributed to increased inventories. European markets lack export opportunities, and stronger demand was balanced by higher supply expectations with the end of spring maintenance. Refiners in Asia expect lower demand during the upcoming monsoon season. HP

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