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Listen: NWE gasoline climbs on regional refinery maintenance, increased arbitrage flows

Sophie Byron, managing editor for EMEA light ends and Francesco Di Salvo, editor for EMEA gasoline, discuss the recent strength in the Northwest European gasoline market, where refinery maintenance has exerted upwards pressure on prices. This is despite the transition to cheaper winter-grade gasoline, coupled with renewed demand for arbitrage barrels to West Africa and the US Atlantic Coast.

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