Downstream oil in brief: CLH to buy 15 terminals in a bid to diversify

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Spanish fuel logistics company CLH has announced that it will buy 15 terminals from Inter Pipeline. The deal sees it expand into two new markets and will enable CLH to store a wider range of liquid products. The move will ensure that the company is better positioned in the face of the energy transition. Additionally, the strategic location of some of the major hubs acquired could provide some uplift should given the current weakness in the European refining sector, which could lead to greater reliance on trade to meet demand as a result.

Table of contents

  • Diversification away from transport fuels
  • Acquiring strategically located assets
  • Summary
  • Refining margins turn positive for the first time since April as gasoline cracks strengthen
  • Marketing margins remain particularly high for diesel as wholesale costs due to oversupply in Europe and a fall in oil prices

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This report includes 9 images and tables including:

  • NWE refining margins
  • NWE gasoline/gasoil crack spreads
  • MED refining margins
  • MED gasoline/gasoil crack spreads
  • Germany gasoline gross retail margin
  • Germany diesel gross retail margin
  • UK gasoline gross retail margin
  • UK diesel gross retail margin

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