Inventory reports came out this morning and things are really on fire with crude and related products. Inventory numbers were very bullish for pricing as imports of oil were off a ton and gasoline consumption shows very little change from the record demand last year. Prices are up, WAY up. Crude touched $132/bbl and gasoline and diesel are going to RIP up at the pump. Got some 5 gallon containers at home? Fill them up over the noon hour today and likely will save $0.30 to $0.50 by the weekend. A major issue currently is demand in China for diesel as well as Euro demand for ultra low sufur diesel. China is stocking up for the Olympics and the earthquake has also created a large need for additional supplies to fuel generation, or that's the thought at least. For the US, gasoline demand not falling in a measurable way is the issue. Jet fuel use though is down almost 6%. That's the decline we need on the gas side to temper pricing.