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Diesel supply shortage will affect U.S. midterm elections

The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) revealed that U.S. diesel supply is at its lowest level since 2008, and the four-week rolling average of diesel demand has risen to its highest seasonal level since 2007.

AAA data also showed diesel prices were 50% higher than a year earlier, at $5.324 a gallon
Inventories have been depleted due to tight global supplies and restricted imports due to the Russian-Ukrainian war. In addition, according to foreign media reports, the refinery has entered the maintenance season. Speaking recently on the issue, White House economic adviser Brian Deese said diesel inventories were "unacceptably low," adding that "all options are on the table" to increase supply and lower prices; The economy is seen as the most important voting issue, and diesel shortages are only raising concerns.
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