LONDON, April 10 (Reuters) – Gasoil stocks independently held at Europe’s Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp storage hub fell to 1.412 million tonnes in the week to Thursday, their lowest level since July 2008, data from Dutch oil analyst Pieter Kulsen showed.
Gasoline stocks rose slightly to 1.092 million tonnes while naphtha posted a small decline to 161,000 tonnes, the data showed.
Gasoil and diesel buying in northwest Europe picked up in recent weeks as end users switch to summer-grade product, Kulsen said.
Lower outright diesel prices further boosted demand, he added.
|Incoming cargoes||Outgoing cargoes|
|GASOLINE||Britain, Cuba, Germany, Estonia, Finland, France, Russia||France, Gibraltar for order, S. America for order, Senegal, U.S.|
|NAPHTHA||Latvia, Russia||CIF NWE for orders|
|GAS OIL||Estonia, Latvia, Norway, Russia, U.S.||Britain, France, WAF for orders|
|FUEL OIL||Brazil, Britain, Italy, France, Lithuania, Russia||VLCC to Singapore
|JET FUEL||Middle East, Far East||Britain, France|
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