July 2019

Trends & Resources

Industry Metrics

US refinery intake was affected by heavy rain, floods and tornadoes in the Midwest, contributing to inventory drawdowns and supporting the jet/kerosene and diesel markets.

Rhodes, Mike, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

US refinery intake was affected by heavy rain, floods and tornadoes in the Midwest, contributing to inventory drawdowns and supporting the jet/kerosene and diesel markets. European product markets gained some ground supported by middle distillate inventory drawdowns on contaminated Urals flows. Meanwhile, Asia suffered losses due to the release of the second batch of export quotas in China. HP US gas production (Bft3d) and prices (US$/Mft3)    Selected world oil prices, US$/bbl   World liquid fuel supply and demand, MMbpd

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