The report from the US Power Info Administration (EIA) reveals that whole crude oil and petroleum merchandise (ex. SPR) shares sank -Three.14 mmb to 1295.96 mmb within the week ended September 13. Crude oil stock added 1.06 mmb to 417.13 mmb (consensus: -2.5 mmb). Inventories decreased in Four out of 5 PADDs. Cushing inventory dropped -Zero.65 mmb to 38.68 mmb. Utilization charge slipped -Three.9 proportion level to 91.2% whereas crude manufacturing steadied at 12.4M bpd for the week. Crude oil imports gained +Zero.33M bpd to 7.05M bpd within the week.
Regarding refined oil product inventories, gasoline stock gained +Zero.78 mmb to 229.69 mmb as demand plunged -Eight.85% to eight.94M bpd. The market had anticipated a -Zero.54 mmb lower in stockpile. Manufacturing fell -Eight.77% to 9.45 bpd whereas imports sank -37.14% to Zero.5M bpd through the week.
Distillate stock elevated +Zero.44 mmb to 136.66 mmb. Demand added +1.45% to three.86M bpd. The market had anticipated a +Zero.54 mmb improve in stock. Manufacturing dropped -Four.34% to five.11M bpd whereas imports soared +222.73% to Zero.14M bpd through the week.Launched after market shut on Wednesday, the industry- sponsored API estimated that crude oil stock added +Zero.59 mmb through the week. For refined oil merchandise, gasoline stockpile elevated +1.6 mmb whereas distillate gained +Zero.2 mmb.
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