US Gulf Coast naphtha heads to Asia amid fallen freight; glut of ULSD left onshore
Sunken freight rates for clean tankers due to a global demand decline amid the coronavirus pandemic has left the arbitrage from the US Gulf Coast to Asia wide open for naphtha, but the route to Europe for ultra low sulfur diesel remains shut despite a drop in USGC demand.
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