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Downstream oil in brief: Germany calls for EV charging at all forecouts, but at what cost?

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19 August 2020

Downstream oil in brief: Germany calls for EV charging at all forecouts, but at what cost?

Report summary

The German government has announced its intention to take a further step in its attempt to boost electric vehicle (EV) sales by requiring all service stations to offer EV charging. This aims to help ease consumer range anxiety and so increase EV sales. The move builds on the government’s recent coronavirus stimulus package in which it has doubled the incentives for EVs while taxing large polluting ICE cars. Several European governments see such measures as an opportunity to advance EV and EV charging goals.

Table of contents

  • Robust passenger car sales, weak EV sales
  • EV charging: a new avenue for fuel retailers
  • The success of forecourt EV charging will depend on location
  • Summary
  • Refining margins
  • Marketing margins

Tables and charts

This report includes 11 images and tables including:

  • NWE refining margins
  • NWE gasoline/gasoil crack spreads
  • MED refining margins
  • Med gasoline/gasoil crack spreads
  • Gross marketing margins July 2020
  • UK gasoline gross retail margin
  • Sweden gasoline gross retail margin
  • UK diesel gross retail margin
  • Sweden diesel gross retail margin
  • Diesel pump prices July 2020
  • Gasoline pump prices July 2020

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