ARA Gasoline Stockpile Declines as WAF, U.S. Pull More: Insights

(Bloomberg) — Stockpiles of gasoline in independent
storage in Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp fall to the lowest for
time of year since 2015, according to Insights Global.
* Gasoline stockpiles – lowest since Aug. 30
** The past week has seen a lot of exports to West Africa, as
well as more shipments to the U.S., Lars Van Wageningen,
operations manager of Insights Global, says by phone
** Increased flows of gasoline also seen to inland markets by
barge along the Rhine: Van Wageningen
** READ (May 7): U.S. Gasoline Imports From Europe Rise to 8-
Month High: Customs
* Gasoil/diesel stockpiles – lowest since
March 21, remain slightly above 5-yr seasonal avg
** More volumes shipped inland via barge along Rhine while
weekly imports of diesel from Russia’s Primorsk, Ust-Luga ports
declined: Van Wageningen
* Naphtha stockpiles highest since March 28
** Inventories rose in past week due to higher imports from
Algeria
Reporter: Bill Lehane

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