April 2019

Trends & Resources

Industry Metrics

All main US products performed positively as refinery product outputs declined considerably and led to a fall in inventory levels, fueling bullish sentiment.

Rhodes, Mike, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

All main US products performed positively as refinery product outputs declined considerably and led to a fall in inventory levels, fueling bullish sentiment. In Europe, product markets received support across the barrel, with the exception of naphtha, supported by inventory drawdowns amid lower product imports. In Asia, support came to the middle and the bottom of the barrel from strong exports. HP

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