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Updated to Q3 2020
Deep-sea cargo flows from northwest Europe and the Mediterranean destined for Asia are expected to fall in Q3, possibly at just around 2m tonnes. Volumes are expected to be less than monthly average volumes at around 2.5m-2.6m tonnes estimated in Q2.
Naphtha demand for petrochemical production from end-users within northeast Asia is anticipated to be healthy on the back of improved margins in olefins markets. Expectations of gradually improving demand for the fuel as a gasoline-blending component as countries ease coronavirus measures could lift demand in Q3.
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