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Listen: Polar vortex, shutdown weigh heavy on US gasoline demand

S&P Global Platts analysts think US gasoline demand will take a hit from the subzero weather in much of the country. And then there are the federal employee who just got back in their cars for work. Jeff Bair and Seth Clare look at a topsy-turvy winter for gasoline demand and how the market sees it.

Related story: Frigid temperatures lift gasoline across US Midwest: trade


The following Platts assessments were discussed in this podcast:

Gasoline CBOB Chicago Pipe
$136.76/GAL
01/31/2019