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EIA Shows Fall in Distillate Demand and No Gasoline Improvement


Gasoline and Diesel margins are lower after EIA showed soft implied demand data.

  • The 4-week rolling average for gasoline showed little recovery after falling towards 2020 levels last week. Distillates implied demand had so far been more robust over the summer but has this week also turned downwards.
  • Crack spreads, especially diesel have reacted negatively to the data with both gasoline and diesel spreads now trading lower on the day.
  • US 321 crack down -1.5$/bbl at 30.6$/bbl
  • US gasoline crack down -0.9$/bbl at 13.69$/bbl
  • US ULSD crack down -2.3$/bbl at 64.36$/bbl

Source: MNI / EIA

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