Otherwise, people are still holding their positions for what I heard earlier this week would be an announcement by opec a half an hour before EIA and my overnight long on Tuesday gets sodomized. :D That would be the purple scenario.
We could see that the pipeline being damaged caused a surplus in gasoline stocks because people couldn't actually get their gas from pumps, when I had initially thought that the pipe and the largest refinery in the midwest being shut down unexpectedly for maintenance would cause a draw.
With OPEC still in play Europe had to close more of their positions than I think they normally would over night. We don't have enough capital in play to make new lows today without London. We could test 45, wait for OPEC decision and make our way back to 43 the remainder of the week.
Could see gasoline draw next week..+ hurricane. Probably won't break 43.