June 2019

Trends & Resources

Industry Metrics

In the US, continued gasoline–related tightening exerted upside pressure on prices, despite improvement in refinery throughputs as refineries returned online.

Rhodes, Mike, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

In the US, continued gasoline–related tightening exerted upside pressure on prices, despite improvement in refinery throughputs as refineries returned online. Europe saw strong gasoline exports to the US and Africa. A steep decline in ARA inventory levels further exacerbated tightness in product markets and provided support to refining margins. In Asia, gains were sustained by scheduled refinery maintenance. HP

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