U.S. oil refiners are estimated to have 270,000 barrels per day (bpd) of capacity offline in the week ending July 28, decreasing available refining capacity by 163,000 bpd from the previous week, data from research company IIRshowed on Wednesday.
IIR expects offline capacity to decrease to 101,000 bpd in the week to August 4. Following are IIR weekly figures (in thousands of bpd): Week ended Friday July 26 report July 24 report July 21 report 08/04/2017 101 101 101 07/28/2017 270 107 107 07/21/2017 107 107 107 07/14/2017 155 155 155 07/07/2017 170 170 170 Note: The offline capacity figures are based on IIR Energy data gathered on all planned and unplanned outages at refiners across the United States. The current week’s figure will be revised as more information becomes available.
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