LONDON, June 23 (Reuters) – Gasoline stocks held independently in the Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp hub declined by about 2.3 percent in the week to Thursday amid transatlantic export demand, according to Dutch consultancy PJK International.
Cargoes of the motor fuel shipped from the region to the United States, Mexico and to Latin America, PJK’s Jacob van den Berge said.
Gasoil stocks were also down, dipping by 2.4 percent, as Argentina pulled cargoes from the region, van den Berge added.
Naphtha and fuel oil stocks both rose on the week, firming by 37,000 tonnes and 14,000 tonnes, respectively.
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|Incoming cargoes||Outgoing cargoes|
|Gasoline||Italy, Russia, United Kingdom||Latin America, Mexico, United Kingdom, United States|
|Naphtha||Russia, United Kingdom||Brazil|
|Gasoil||Baltics, United States||Argentina|
|Fuel oil||France, Poland, Russia, United Kingdom||One vlcc arrived on June 20 and is expected to depart on June 24 with full cargo to Singapore|
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