New US jet fuel arbitrages emerge in the wake of hurricanes, pipeline changes

Hurricanes in the US this year spurred US Gulf Coast jet fuel differentials to reach highs not seen since 2008, with refinery, pipeline and port closures all disrupting the market. Daron Jones shares how differentials spiked not just along the Gulf Coast but also along the US Atlantic Coast, opening an unusual arbitrage for cargoes to come from Northwest Europe. Further, how long will a new domestic arb between US coasts remain open?
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