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So, oil refiners in the cat bird seat as the bottle neck of U.S. petrol markets. Thank you savvy ...
Related to my previous comment:
Very good post. Is the top graph U.S. refineries utilization, or global?
Gasoline and diesel pump prices seem to be ...
Would be interested in also hearing about how the recent labor disputes at US refineries impacted all of this.
The thing that makes this interesting, of course, is the impact that the sustained low prices are likely to have ...
Steve is correct; we have retrofitted our refineries over the years to be more geared to refine heavy oil. Shale ...
Why can’t our government start buying oil at these low prices
and store it underground for future use; but wait, this ...
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