Soaring U.S. Gasoline Demand Not Enough to Stop Supply Glut

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  • Imports, refinery production surge outpace demand growth
  • Refining margins in U.S. narrow as inventories pile up

Trucks with the natural gas industry, some of the thousands that pass through the area daily, drive through the countryside in Springville, Pennsylvania.

Photographer: Spencer Platt/Getty Images

The biggest increase in U.S. gasoline demand in almost 40 years hasn’t been enough to keep storage tanks from filling up.

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