Here's a one-year chart showing how the disappearing spread between WTI and BI has depressed the shares of these three refiners beginning with HFC. HFC data by YCharts
The firm also views demand, especially in gasoline, to be returning to normal.
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Here's what you need to know now for Thursday, September 7.
As analysts expected, refinery runs were down substantially during the week ended Sept. 1, leaving crude stockpiles to increase by nearly 5 million barrels, while gasoline inventories were depleted by more than 3 million barrels.