Could The Surge in Global Refinery Additions Cut Margins in 2019?

Could The Surge in Global Refinery Additions Cut Margins in 2019?

Crowley

We had previously seen an improvement in 2017 in terms of global refining margins and utilization. This was a welcoming turnaround because of the low levels that were seen in 2016. This was due to the unexpected uptick of global product demands. Other than this, it was also a result…

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