Flint Hills Resources issued a fresh price announcement, adding 20 cents per gallon to all grades. Whether other U.S. producers follow suit remains to be seen, but a number of players anticipate a full round of hikes will materialize in coming weeks given rising, albeit somewhat unpredictable, upstream costs.
FHR told its customers that it raised all its API Group II posted prices by 20 cents per gallon on Tuesday, April 13. FHR markets half of the output of the 21,900 barrel per day Excel Paralubes refinery in Westlake, La.
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