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EIA: U.S. commercial crude inventories last week to reduce 1.2 million barrels

Last week, U.S. crude oil daily average volume of imports compared to the prior week by 571,000 barrels, or about 1,030 million barrels. Over the past four weeks, average daily crude oil imports 9.7 million barrels, down 487,000 barrels a year. Imports of gasoline last week, the daily average of about 1 million barrels fraction fuel oil products was 25.7 million barrels a day.

The report also showed that on June 13 this week, U.S. refineries import crude oil daily average of about 1,540 million barrels, an increase from the previous week average 120,000 barrels. Refinery operating rate to 89.3%. Gasoline daily average yield held steady at around 9 million barrels a day output of goods fraction fuel oil fell, about 4.4 million barrels.

Over the past four weeks, the total supply of refined oil daily average close to 2,040 million barrels, down 1.3 percentage points. The average daily gasoline demand nearly 9.3 million barrels, down 1.8 percent year-on-year; fraction average daily demand for oil products nearly 4.1 million barrels, down 0.4 percent year on year, while jet fuel demand rose 1.9 percent year-on-year decline.
Submitted£º2008-05-09 12:25:44  
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