Registered: Dec 2006
08-23-12 07:48 PM
Yes, and also the "jumps" between mar/apr and sep/oct due to the change in the characteristics of the Gasoline makes it harder to visualize the curve.
The thing is I don't understand why the highest month is so ahead of the driving season. I know price usually anticipates higher demand, but it seems too early.On Ethanol the highest month is more like June. It is a recent development on Gasoline. Back in the day I think summer months were higher than April( I have to check again ).