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|52 Week Range||22.30 - 33.07|
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According to the EIA, US gasoline demand rose by 423,000 bpd (barrels per day) or 4.6% to 9,595,000 bpd on November 10–17, 2017.
According to the API, US gasoline demand averaged 9,300,000 bpd (barrels per day) in October 2017. It was the highest level ever.
December US crude oil (DWT) (DBO) futures contracts fell 0.56% to $56.88 per barrel in electronic trade at 1:10 AM EST on November 8, 2017.
US gasoline inventories rose for the fourth straight week. The inventories are 8.5 MMbbls or 4% higher than the five-year average.
The EIA (U.S. Energy Information Administration) estimates that US gasoline inventories rose by 1.6 MMbbls to 218.9 MMbbls on September 22–29, 2017.
The API estimates that US gasoline inventories rose by 4.19 MMbbls on September 22–29, 2017. The market expected a build by 1.08 MMbbls.
Weekly US gasoline demand rose by 81,000 bpd to 9.5 MMbpd on September 15–22, 2017. Gasoline demand rose by 642,000 bpd or 7.2% YoY.
The EIA estimated on September 27 that US gasoline inventories rose 1.1 MMbbls (million barrels) to 217.2 MMbbls from September 15–22, 2017.
The EIA estimates that weekly US gasoline demand fell 178,000 bpd (barrels per day) to 9.4 MMbpd between September 8 and September 15.
The EIA (U.S. Energy Information Administration) estimates that US gasoline inventories fell 2.1 MMbbls (million barrels), or 1%, to 216.1 MMbbls between September 8, 2017, and September 15, 2017.
The EIA estimates that weekly US gasoline demand rose by 456,000 bpd (barrels per day) to 9.6 MMbpd (million barrels per day) on September 1–8, 2017.
Michael Cohen is head of energy markets research at Barclays. He is responsible for the firm’s research covering developments in North American energy markets as well as its oil and natural gas forecasts.
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The US Energy Information Administration reported that US gasoline inventories fell by 1.2 MMbbls (million barrels) to 229.9 MMbbls (million barrels) between August 11, 2017, and August 18, 2017.
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