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Europe downstream oil in brief: trade spurs storage investment

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25 September 2018

Europe downstream oil in brief: trade spurs storage investment

Report summary

The oil storage industry is critical to ensuring the European oil product market can rectify its persistent product surplus and deficit positions. These growing imbalances will continue to drive demand for oil storage and subsequent investment in the sector. As such, we expect to see increasing levels of competition, particularly in the ARA region, as businesses look to better position themselves for the future and maximise returns. Our benchmark European retail gross fuel margins decreased again in August, for both diesel and gasoline, on the back of elevated wholesale prices.

Table of contents

  • European oil product storage: betting on a buoyant trade outlook
    • Refining margins
    • Fuels marketingmargins

Tables and charts

This report includes 13 images and tables including:

  • European oil product supply demand balances
  • European independent storage capacity growth to 2024
  • European trade to capacity ratio
  • MED gasoline/gasoil crack spreads
  • MED refining margins
  • NWE gasoline/gasoil crack spreads
  • NWE refining margins
  • Month average gross margins - August 2018
  • United Kingdom gross marketing margins
  • France gross marketing margins
  • Germany gross marketing margins
  • Spain gross marketing margins
  • Recent M&A transactions

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