China’s gasoline and gasoil exports rebounded in August after declining for two consecutive months since June, despite limited export quota availability, S&P Global Platts’ calculations based on latest General Administration of Customs data showed. Gasoline exports in August totaled 1.26 million mt, up 41.6% from July, and up 39.1% from a year earlier. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now Gasoil exports rose 2.6% month on month to 1.58 million mt in August, and were also up 7.5% year on year. Market sources attributed the rebound in August to the bearish outlook for the domestic market in July, which had encouraged some state-owned refineries to export more barrels overseas amid limited availability of oil product export quotas. In the first eight months, Chinese refiners exported 9.59 million mt of gasoline and 13.26 million mt of gasoil, jumping 42.3% and 22.4% year on […]