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Listen: How the divergence between gasoline and diesel is boosting low sulfur VGO

While the European gasoline market has been increasing strengthening versus its middle distillates counterpart, weighed down by COVID-19 restrictions in Europe, this has in turn led to a growing divergence between prices of low-sulfur and high-sulfur vacuum gasoil on the old continent.

In this episode of the Oil Markets Podcast, S&P Global Platts reporters Stepan Lavrouk and Joseph Mcdonnell discuss with Joel Hanley how a lack of gasoline on the other side of the Atlantic impacts which VGO European refiners prefer to use.

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