April 2021

Trends and Resources

Industry Metrics

U.S. refinery margins extended their upward trend and showed the largest gains relative to the other regions due to a rise in refinery outages as extreme cold temperatures caused partial and complete refinery shutdowns.

Rhodes, Mike, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

U.S. refinery margins extended their upward trend and showed the largest gains relative to the other regions due to a rise in refinery outages as extreme cold temperatures caused partial and complete refinery shutdowns. Refinery margins in Europe lost ground with negative performance registered in the naphtha, jet/kero and high-sulfur fuel oil segments. Asian product markets strengthened slightly, reinforced by product supply disruptions caused by unexpected refinery outages within and outside the region. HP

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