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Global product markets weekly: Continued refinery disruption lends support to regional margins

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For the week commencing 11th September the majority of our gross refinery margins decreased sharply although all margins remain strong and above pre Harvey levels. Crude prices continued to increase with Dated Brent now at its strongest weekly average since July 2015. US domestic crude prices also strengthened but the Brent WTI differential widened to over US$6/bbl. This is also its widest differential since July 2015. Crude stocks in the US built for a second consecutive week as refiners are still ramping up to normal operations post Harvey keeping the pressure on US crude prices. In the slide pack available in the Downloads section weekly changes in prices and refinery margins are presented for six key pricing points around the globe: Northwest Europe Mediterranean US Gulf Coast New York Harbour Middle East Gulf Singapore

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