Downstream oil in brief: E10 demand set to rise in 2020

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20 December 2019

Downstream oil in brief: E10 demand set to rise in 2020

Report summary

E10 consumption is set to grow through 2020 as it is an effective way to meet the EU's targets aimed at reducing carbon emissions from the transport sector. Different countries will implement different strategies and the success will very much depend on how effective the strategy is. There is a need for government and fuel retailers to work together to ensure a smooth transition and avoid a consumer backlash. Although it may come at a cost to fuel retailers, it is an effective way to ensure they don't have to pay the financial penalties for not meeting their targets.

Table of contents

  • Where has E10 been successfully introduced in Europe?
  • New countries are set to introduce E10 in 2020, what will underpin their success?
  • What potential risks could stem growth in E10 consumption?
  • Summary
  • Brent FCC margins weakened despite support from gasoline export demand as HSFO and gasoil margins collapse
  • European retail margins set to improve as the festive season approaches

Tables and charts

This report includes 11 images and tables including:

  • France: gasoline demand by grade
  • France: E5 vs. E10 gasoline market share
  • NWE refining margins
  • NWE fuel oil crack
  • MED refining margins
  • MED fuel oil crack
  • Gross marketing margins November 2019
  • Germany gasoline gross marketing margins
  • Germany diesel gross marketing margins
  • France gasoline gross marketing margins
  • France diesel gross marketing margins

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