Asphalt Weekly Monitor

3 Sep 2021
  • Hurricane Ida batters the Gulf Coast and floods parts of the Mid-Atlantic States. A number of refineries lose power and stop operating, mostly in Louisiana.
  • Retail asphalt prices decline in some parts of the East Coast, with flux pricing stable.
  • East Coast asphalt and flux barge pricing are flat for the week, with no deals reported.
  • Midwest wholesale markets slipped lower for September rail supply, with barges steady this week. Roofing flux prices were reported at lower price levels for September supply.
  • Midwest regional posted/reference prices and selling ranges eased a bit lower in a few locations, with the rest mostly unchanged.
  • Gulf Coast retail asphalt and flux price assessments remain status quo for the week.
  • Gulf Coast asphalt and flux barge prices held steady, with no new sales reported.
  • Rocky Mountain selling price assessments rose in some areas this week.
  • Rockies wholesale prices eased lower for September supply.
  • Some Pacific Northwest and California locations had higher pricing this week.
  • In western Canada, retail markets were flat but wholesale prices were lower this week.
  • Eastern Canada markets were unchanged versus the previous week.
  • Oil prices were rise this week on lower oil inventory and Hurricane Ida’s arrival.
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