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Joshua Brown covers US gasoline markets at S&P Global Platts, based in Houston. Full Bio
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Aug 2017
  • Oil
  • Gasoline

Winter is coming ... to narrow US gasoline spreads

Perhaps the most confusing thing about US gasoline is all the changes various markets undergo. Requirements for the country's most-used fuel change depending on the time of year and location, with markets in the same state often setting different standards

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Jan 2016
  • Oil
  • Refined Products
  • Gasoline
  • Storage

California's contrarian gasoline market reverses trend again for 2016

The US West Coast market is strange. Disconnected from the rest of the US, it's a bit of a red-headed stepchild, especially for gasoline. While the Gulf Coast can send refined products up to the Midwest or Atlantic Coast via pipeline, creating natural, obvious...

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Mar 2013
  • Oil

Heating oil's future doesn't look so hot in the US

Heating oil as we know it is slowly but surely vanishing. CME Group will officially switch the basis of the NYMEX heating oil futures contract from actual heating oil to ultra low sulfur diesel on April 1, a move signifying the beginning of the end for the...

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