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Gulf Today Report
Stockpiles of oil products in Fujairah declined, reaching a two-week low. Heavy distillates and residues also slumped, reaching a 15-month low.
On Monday, stockpiles inventories amounted to 19.671 million barrels, lower by 2.8 per cent from a week earlier, making it the lowest since 26th October when it was at a 13-month low.
Also, heavy distillates and residues stood at 8.941 million barrels, 6 per cent less from the previous week and the lowest since 29th July 2019.
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On Tuesday, Fujairah completed a marine fuel supply with 0.5% sulphur, which was assessed at US $355/mt, equal to Singapore the world’s largest bunker market.
On Monday, diesel amounted 5.356 million barrels, less than 2 per cent from the previous week. Gasoline was 5.374 million barrels, more than 1 per cent.
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As of Monday, the total inventory amounted to 21.759 million barrels, 1.8 per cent below that of the previous week.
On Monday, the stockpiles had a total inventory of 20, 854 million barrels, down 1.6 per cent from the previous week, according to Fujairah Oil Industry Zone (FOIZ).
On Monday, the total inventory amounted to 23.282 million barrels, recording a 7 per cent increase from the previous week, according to Fujairah Oil Industry Zone data.
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