Crude oil used by U.S. refineries continues to get lighter in most regions

The API gravity of crude oil input to U.S. refineries has generally increased, or gotten lighter, since 2011 because of changes in domestic production and imports. Regionally, refinery crude slates—or the mix of crude oil grades that a refinery is processing—have become lighter in the East Coast, Gulf Coast, and West Coast regions, and they have become slightly heavier in the Midwest and Rocky Mountain regions. Source: Today in Energy – Crude oil used by U.S. refineries continues to get lighter in most regions

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