Updated: Sep 2, 2020
The global gasoline market has traditionally relied on growing demand to absorb excess supply. However, as global capacity continues to outstrip demand growth, competition between exporters is escalating. Demand growth in Latin America is the largest globally, and US suppliers now contend with exports from Europe and Asia. As gasoline flows along new and evolving routes globally, understanding regional price differences is essential.
By argus Repost By: Ramon Gomes Reis