Oil refiners started 2016 with record high refined product inventories, but lower stocks and colder weather bode well for US gasoline and heating oil markets as 2017 approaches. Janet McGurty sizes up refining margins margins across the US and evaluates what problems could plague specific areas as the new year starts.
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