Reduction in European diesel imports and gasoline exports to impact global trade flows in 2019

Hellenic Shipping News. 24 August. 2 minute read.
Europe’s exportable gasoline surplus continues to shrink owing to various factors such as the resurgent local demand, falling regional supply, a shrinking import demand and competition from other producers. Meanwhile, the Middle East has become more self-sufficient and hence will have more to export next year. All such developments will likely have a major impact on global trade flows in 2019.
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