ESAI: US approaches gasoline demand run

January gasoline demand in the US has increased from its year-earlier level in each of the last 9 years but 1, and 2005 appears likely to follow the trend, said Energy Security Analysis Inc., Wakefield, Mass.ESAI believes gasoline will increase as usual during the April-August driving season.According to weekly US Department of Energy figures, the January US gasoline demand low occurred mid-month at 8.43 million b/d—up 3.85% from the same period last year."Over the last 9 years, the average whole-month demand increase from January to January has been 1.9%, and 1.7% for the last 15 years," said Mark Routt, senior analyst at ESAI. "We are not suggesting that 2005 will see another unfo...

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