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Listen: How have panic buying and the E10 launch impacted UK gasoline and diesel?

Car tanks may be running empty in the UK after panic buying at the pumps amid a lack of lorry drivers to bring supply from refineries and oil terminals to the retail stations, but what impact if any does this have on the broader gasoline and diesel markets? And what are the consequences of the replacement of E5 gasoline pumps by E10 pumps in the country?

In this episode of the Oil Markets Podcast, S&P Global Platts associate editors Rowan Staden-Coats and Joseph McDonnell discuss with Joel Hanley the most recent trends in the overall well-supplied UK gasoline and diesel markets.

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