IEA Sees Mixed Fortunes For North African, Mideast Refiners
Persistent refinery outages and insufficient capacity in North Africa have combined with growing consumption to increase import demand, especially for gasoline, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA). In contrast, the IEA’s latest monthly Oil Market Report, published on 11 July, observes that the Middle East is one of the main drivers of an anticipated 2013 third quarter global surge in...
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