LONDON, Oct 30 (Reuters) – Gasoline stocks at Europe’s Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp hub rose by 3 percent in the week to Thursday to 509,000 tonnes, according to data from Dutch-based oil consultancy PJK International.
Gasoil stocks were little changed at 2.689 million tonnes, compared with 2.687 million last week.
PJK said strong demand along the Rhine was pulling gasoil stocks out of the ARA region, but also the end of the refinery maintenance season in Europe was adding to availability.
Naphtha, fuel oil and jet fuel stocks also rose.
|Incoming cargoes||Outgoing cargoes|
|GASOLINE||France, Russia, Britain, Poland||Mexico, US|
|NAPHTHA||Germany, Portugal, Britian||Britain|
|GAS OIL||France, Sweden,, Russia, US||Med, Britian|
|FUEL OIL||France, Finland, US, Britain||—|
|JET FUEL||Saudi Arabia||—|
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