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Lundberg Letter Current Issues    
Issue DateTitleSubjectsCAPTION
Nov 18 2021
Fewer U.S. Refineries Notwithstanding
2021 GASOLINE EXPORTS REBOUND
Production/Supply/Demand

Imports/Exports

In a monumental achievement, U.S. gasoline import dependency was eliminated in 2016. This year will mark the sixth consecutive year the nation has enjoyed gasoline net-exporter status, thanks to strong and resilient refining production. This issue examines gasoline production, imports, and exports in light of recent lost capacity at a time of gasoline demand recovery. Changing roles of countries exporting to the U.S., such as growing reliance on Russia, are shown.
Nov 12 2021
Essential Businesses De Jure
U.S. STATION POPULATION METRICS 2021
Station Population

Throughputs

The nation's gasoline station population declined in 2021 according to Lundberg's nationwide study. All things considered, the industry has persevered with a modest loss of units during recessionary 2000 and 2021. On the bright side, throughputs have recovered in 2021 and gasoline margin remains strong. Worker shortage and zooming costs notwithstanding, the retail network displays resiliency and optimism. Dozens of factors in the tug-of-war that determine station survivorship are identified in this study.
 

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