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Storm Alert Update – Harvey Aftermath

Our thoughts at Mansfield are with those who have affected by Tropical Storm Harvey. Mansfield is committed to supporting the recovery efforts in the area. If you would like to provide aid, please join us in supporting the Red Cross as they help those in need because of the storm. If you’d like to[…]

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Today’s Market Trend

Crude prices remain lower today as refineries in the Gulf remain offline, reducing crude demand. Prices are 46.03 this morning, above their close yesterday of $45.96. Prices have been struggling; crude barrels were trading at a low of $45.58 this morning, the lowest its traded since July. 4.6 MMbpd[…]

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Nat Gas News - August 31, 2017

Nat Gas News - August 31 2017 U.S. Gulf Coast Energy Infrastructure Shut Due to Harvey

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Storm Alert Update – Harvey Makes Landfall (Again)

Harvey has officially made final landfall just West of Cameron, Louisiana, and will continue to bring heavy rain and flooding into East Texas and West Louisiana.  Houston is finally seeing lighter rainfalls, but the storm continues raging on in Port Arthur and Lake Charles.

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Today’s Market Trend

Due to Tropical Storm Harvey, today’s FUELSNews will only feature one article. Our second article will come as a FUELSNews Storm Alert update on the latest fuel impacts of the storm.

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Nat Gas News - August 30, 2017

Nat Gas News - August 30, 2017 Natural Gas Demand Impacted By Harvey But Not As Bad As Forecasted

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Tropical Storm Harvey – Still CODE RED

Tank Maintenance Suggestion:  If your company has underground storage tanks in the impacted zones, make sure you’re familiar with the EPA’s safety recommendations for returning the tank to service. NACS Online has compiled the information you need to make sure that no further damage comes to your[…]

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Today’s Market Trend

After falling sharply yesterday, crude prices are $46.58 this morning, a penny above their closing point yesterday. Prices struggled yesterday, giving up $1.32 during the trading session as refineries in the Gulf shut down, reducing the demand for crude oil. Prices have been mostly flat this[…]

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Analysis: Harvey’s Impact on Oil Economics

Tropical Storm Harvey continues to affect the Gulf Coast, shutting down refineries and, to a lesser extent, crude production. Already, the storm has had a severe impact, with fourteen lives lost and severe devastation throughout the Gulf. For the entire Mansfield and FUELSNews teams, our thoughts[…]

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Nat Gas News - August 29, 2017

Nat Gas News - August 29, 2017 U.S. Natural Gas Futures Up as Tropical Storm Harvey Hits Production

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Tropical Storm Harvey Update - Still CODE RED

Tropical Storm Harvey has moved back out to the Gulf of Mexico, allowing it to pick up moisture before returning to hit land in eastern Texas and Louisiana. The storm is forecast to make its second landfall near Galveston, TX, bringing continued rain to the eastern Texas coastline. The storm will[…]

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FUELSNews Storm Alert - Hurricane Harvey - CODE RED

Mansfield and the FUELSNews team’s thoughts are with those affected by Tropical Storm Harvey.

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Today’s Market Trend

Crude prices remained relatively flat over the weekend despite the volatility from Harvey. On Friday, prices rose a meager $.25, and today they’ve given up that and a bit more. Prices are currently $47.60, a $.27 loss from yesterday’s closing price.

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Weekend Summary

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Nat Gas News - August 28, 2017

Nat Gas News - August 28, 2017 Feds Okay $2 Billion Natural Gas Line from Columbiana County Ohio to Michigan

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U.S. Gasoline Production is Running Near Record Levels

Gasoline production by U.S. refiners and blenders has run near record levels over the first seven months of 2017, with four-week rolling average production well above its five-year average and close to the top of its five-year range. U.S. gasoline inventories also remain relatively high despite[…]

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Today’s Market Trend

Crude prices are $47.57 this morning, up $.16 (.34%) from yesterday’s close. Prices lost 93 cents yesterday, but have recouped some of the yesterday’s 2% losses this morning. Crude prices have remained mostly stable this week, with only $1.72 between the high and low of the week.

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Nat Gas News - August 25, 2017

Nat Gas News - August 25, 2017 Hurricane Harvey Strengthens to Category 2 as Texas Prepares for Onslaught

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Today’s Market Trend

Crude prices are down to $48.00 this morning after making slight gains yesterday and opening this morning at $48.36. Crude prices have fallen 41 cents (-.85%) since closing yesterday at $48.41. Crude prices weaken despite the relatively constructive EIA U.S. inventory report published Wednesday.

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NBB Fair Trade Coalition Succeeds in Latest Stage of Biodiesel Import Case

Editor’s Note: The Commerce Department recently ruled that Argentina and Indonesia are illegally subsidizing their biodiesel imports. As these two nations are leading providers of biodiesel to the U.S., the decision is a win for domestic biodiesel manufacturers, but will also increase the price of[…]

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Nat Gas News - August 24 2017

Nat Gas News - August 24 2017 Mexico Launches its First Gas Price Index

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MANSFIELD STORM ALERT: Tropical Storm Harvey - RED ALERT

Tropical Storm Harvey continues to gain strength as it hurtles through the Gulf Coast, with landfall expected in South Texas and Louisiana. Heavy rainfall is expected in this region, which could impact refinery operations, marine traffic, and trucking logistics in the region.  Harvey is expected to[…]

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Today’s Market Trend

Crude prices remain mostly unchanged from yesterday’s close losing a mere 11 points (.23%) to be trading at $47.72 this morning. During yesterday’s trading, crude remained fairly flat with only 83 cents between the high and low of the session.

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DeliveryONE Take-Aways

The 8th Annual DeliveryONE Expo & Seminar wraps up today, after a great time of education and networking in Denver, Colorado. The DeliveryONE Network, organized by Mansfield Energy, is a network of fuel and DEF distribution companies working together to bring customers exceptional, coast-to-coast[…]

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Nat Gas News - August 23 2017

Nat Gas News - August 23 2017 Court Orders New Environmental Review for Sabal Trail Pipeline

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STORM ALERT: Tropical Storm Harvey - ORANGE ALERT

Tropical Storm Harvey is located just off the coast of Texas. Strong winds and cumulative rainfall between four and eight inches are expected to hit the Houston area Thursday evening through Sunday, bringing a high risk of flooding and power outages throughout the area. Harvey is expected to move[…]

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Today's Market Trend

Crude oil prices are relatively unchanged since yesterday’s trading session. Crude prices are down slightly this morning at $47.29, losing 8 points (.17%) from yesterday’s close. Prices have continued their losses this week, shedding $1.22 since Friday’s surprising close. Although crude has given[…]

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Future of Transportation Energy Systems Student Competition

Editor’s Note: DENVER – A proposed future transportation model comprised of liquefied natural gas powered autonomous vehicles by students at Georgetown University, McDonough School of Business has been chosen as the winner of the Fuels Institute’s 2017 University Case Competition, “Introducing a[…]

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Nat Gas News - August 22 2017

Nat Gas News - August 22 2017 Sempra Energy Bids $9.45 billion for Oncor, Topping Warren Buffett's Offer

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Today's Market Trend

Crude prices move lower this morning, diminishing a portion of Friday’s increases. Crude prices are $48.37 this morning, losing $.14 (.29%) from Friday’s close. Prices opened at $46.93 on Friday and gained $1.58 to close at $48.51.

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Weekend Summary

Compiled by the FUELSNews Editorial Team

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Nat Gas News - August 21 2017

Nat Gas News - August 21 2017 Is Boone Pickens Wrong on Natural Gas?

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Today’s Market Trend

Crude prices are $46.93 this morning, down $.16 (.34%) from yesterday’s close but higher overall than yesterday morning. Prices rose $.29 yesterday, as prices found technical support at the 50-day moving average for WTI. The news this week has been bearish, and markets are staying in line with that[…]

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Weekly Price Review

It’s been a turbulent week for oil prices. Crude prices have ranged from a high of $49.16 on Monday to a low of $46.46 on Thursday, a range of $2.70, or over 5% during the week. Compared to Monday’s open, prices have fallen $1.86 (3.8%) this week. On a weekly basis, prices have fallen between[…]

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Nat Gas News - August 18 2017

Nat Gas News - August 18 2017 Natural Gas Prices Edge Up as Traders Parse through Revised EIA Supply Data

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Today’s Market Trend

Crudes prices are down to $46.58 this morning after significant losses yesterday and continued losses this morning. After some early morning strength yesterday, prices gave up 94 cents (-2.0%) following the EIA’s inventory report. Crude prices have fallen $.20 (-.43%) since closing yesterday as the[…]

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Excerpt: FN360° Regional Analysis, Northeast

Today, we're sharing an excerpt from our quarterly FN360 publication. Chris Carter, a Mansfield Supply Manager, explains emerging trends that will affect Northeast consumers in the future. To read more our quarterly publication, click here. 

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Nat Gas News - August 17 2017

Nat Gas News - August 17 2017 Trump Push for Natural Gas Exports Opposed by Manufacturers

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Today’s Market Trend

Crude prices found some support yesterday, and today are trading at $47.71. Crude prices fell yesterday morning but managed to recoup their losses, ending the day a mere 5 cents above their opening price. Prices have risen $.16 (.34%) this morning. Volume picked up yesterday following the API[…]

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EIA’s Drilling Productivity Report adds Anadarko region, aggregates Marcellus and Utica

Editor’s Note: You may have read our FN360 article a few quarters back about the Seven Shales, and how they drive American production. Well, now those Seven Shales have been shuffled around. The EIA has combined two and added one, keeping the total number at seven. Before, the EIA’s Drilling[…]

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Nat Gas News - August 16 2017

Nat Gas News - August 16 2017 Oil holds at 3-week low as traders brace for U.S. supply data

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Today’s Market Trend

Crude prices are $47.14 this morning after losing $1.20 (2.5%) yesterday. Prices have continued their losses today, shedding 45 cents since opening this morning at $47.49. Today’s price was the lowest opening price in nearly three and a half weeks. Combined, crude prices are down 3.74% from the[…]

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Gasoline and Diesel Retail Prices

The EIA release their weekly retail fuel prices report yesterday. Diesel continues their across-the-board price hikes, while gasoline showed more mixed results. These results were somewhat surprising given that NYMEX diesel prices fell by nearly a penny last week, while NYMEX gasoline shed nearly[…]

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Nat Gas News - August 15 2017

Nat Gas News - August 15 2017 U.S. shale output seen posting 9th straight monthly rise

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Today’s Market Trend

Crude prices are $48.97 this morning, rising $.15 from Friday’s close. Friday saw prices stay relatively flat, gaining just $.30 (.62%) during the trading session. After Thursday’s IEA report caused crude prices to fall nearly $2, prices have been hovering in the $48-$49 range. Prices began this[…]

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Weekend Summary

Compiled by the FUELSNews Editorial Team

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Natural Gas News - August 14, 2017

Nat Gas News - August 14 2017 ‘Cowboy’ Trader Bill Perkins: Look for This Commodity to Jump More Than 30 Percent

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Today’s Market Trend

Crude prices are down to $48.48 this morning, a loss of $.11 since closing yesterday in the red.  Prices yesterday dropped significantly after surpassing $50/bbl, closing the trading session at $48.59, a loss of roughly 3%. Prices opened this morning at $48.52, more than a dollar below yesterday’s[…]

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Weekly Price Review

Prices appear to be set up to close the week in the red, rising throughout the week before falling significantly lower yesterday afternoon. Crude prices opened the week at $49.59, and briefly surpassed the psychological $50/bbl level yesterday morning before falling steeply. Crude opened this[…]

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Natural Gas News - August 11, 2017

Natural Gas News - August 11, 2017 Oil Prices Fall 2%, but Natural Gas Futures Rally to a 3-Week High

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Today’s Market Trend

After yesterday’s draw of crude inventories, crude prices are higher this morning at $50.14 gaining 58 cents (1.7%).Prices saw sizable gains during yesterday’s trading session following the EIA inventory report, rising $.82 (1.7%). The bullish market following the EIA report has continued to give[…]

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Shot-Term Energy Outlook

Gasoline prices: The front-month futures price of reformulated blendstock for oxygenate blending (RBOB, the petroleum component of gasoline used in many parts of the country) rose by 10 cents per gallon (gal) from July 3, settling at $1.63/gal on August 3 (Figure 5). The RBOB-Brent crack spread[…]

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Natural Gas News - August 10, 2017

Natural Gas News - August 10, 2017 Trump’s ‘Fire And Fury’ Remarks Disquiet Markets; Bump Oil, Gas

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Today’s Market Trend

Crude prices have remained fairly unchanged at $49.55, up just 38 cents (.77%) from yesterday’s close. Even after the API’s report was released, showing 7.8MM bbls draw, crude remained flat throughout the day suggesting that markets are more cautious to make decisions based on the API report.

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EIA Short-Term Energy Outlook – August 2017

Editor’s Note: Each month the EIA updates its Short-Term Energy Outlook, providing insights into market trends. Of particular interest this quarter is Figure 4, which gives the probability of December prices reaching various price levels. Tomorrow, we’ll share the EIA’s refined product outlook. For[…]

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Natural Gas News - August 9, 2017

Natural Gas News - August 9, 2017 Oil Stuck At $50 As OPEC Output Jumps

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Today’s Market Trend

Crude prices are $49.30 this morning, down 9 cents (.18%) from yesterday’s close of $49.39. The market experienced a price drop of around a dollar between yesterday’s opening price and the day’s low. Crude recovered 85 cents of its $1.05 loss.

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Gasoline and Diesel Retail Prices

The EIA released its weekly retail gasoline and diesel prices yesterday. Prices for both gasoline and diesel were higher across-the-board once again for the week ended Aug 7, marking the fourth straight week of across-the-board retail price hikes. Refined products globally have received a boost[…]

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Natural Gas News - August 8, 2017

Natural Gas News - August 8, 2017 BP makes big natural gas find near Colorado border in San Juan Basin

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Today's Market Trend

Crude prices are down from Friday’s close by 54 cents to $49.04 (1.09%). Prices closed at $49.58 on Friday, up 63 sent from Friday’s opening of $48.95. This morning opened at $49.59, slightly above Friday’s opening price; however, prices have since declined.

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Weekend Summary

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Natural Gas News - August 7, 2017

Natural Gas News - August 7, 2017 The Power of Natural Gas in the War on Carbon Emissions

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Today’s Market Trend

Crude prices are somewhat lower this morning, falling to $48.91 since closing yesterday. Prices yesterday fell 56 cents (1.1%) to end the trading session at $49.03. This morning, prices opened at $48.95, almost a dollar lower than where they opened on Monday.

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Weekly Price Review

Following a week of strong market sentiments driving prices higher, this week saw prices convulse each day, with large movements up and down despite relatively little overall movement. Crude prices opened this week at $49.85, and opened this morning at $48.95, a drop of $.90 (1.9%). After last[…]

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Natural Gas News - August 4, 2017

Natural Gas News - August 4, 2017 Frustrating Delays for Natural Gas: Interior Energy Project Halted in Argument about IGU Spending

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Today’s Market Trend

Crude prices are $49.81 this morning, gaining $.22 (.44%) since closing yesterday. Prices saw sizable gains during yesterday’s trading session following the EIA inventory report, rising $.80 (1.6%). The market bearishness following the API report has given way to more optimism for producers (and[…]

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Part 2: Maritime Chokepoints Are Critical to Global Energy Security

Editor’s Note: Last week, we shared the EIA’s report on critical maritime areas that affect global energy security. This week, the EIA focused on the types of transportation flowing through those areas. Crude tankers transport much of the crude used globally. Understanding the relative size and[…]

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Natural Gas News - August 3, 2017

Natural Gas News - August 3, 2017 Natural Gas Council releases white paper on natural gas reliability, resilience

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Today’s Market Trend

Crude prices are $49.12 this morning, losing 4 cents (.08%) since yesterday’s closing price of $49.16. Prices saw steep losses yesterday, shedding over a dollar and falling back below $50/bbl less than 24 hours after reaching that level.

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Historical Look at Crude Oil

Editor’s Note: This article topic was requested by one of our subscribers. If you have a question you’d like answered by the FUELSNews team, feel free to email us at FUELSNews@mansfieldoil.com. We’re always happy to help out, whether you’re looking for a price forecast, a market analysis, or simply[…]

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Natural Gas News - August 2, 2017

Natural Gas News - August 2, 2017 It's going to be a good winter for natural gas and the companies that drill for it, Morgan Stanley says

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Forward Markets Show Signs of Price Strength

Forecasts for the second half of 2017 include a tightening in the supply demand balance, which should be supportive for prices.  It’s a little too soon to make assumptions, but yesterday the Department of Energy (DOE) released its monthly petroleum supply report for the month of May and the results[…]

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Today’s Market Trend

After eight consecutive sessions of price gains, crude prices are down $.34 (.68%) to $49.83, after closing the session yesterday above $50 for the first time since May. Prices opened this morning at $50.21, 4 cents higher than yesterday’s close of $50.17, but have fallen amid lack of news to push[…]

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Gasoline and Diesel Retail Prices

The EIA released its weekly retail gasoline and diesel prices yesterday. Prices for both gasoline and diesel were higher across the board for the week ended July 24, led by rising NYMEX refined product prices. While NYMEX diesel and gasoline prices rose by 12.5 cents and 11.9 cents last week,[…]

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Natural Gas News - August 1, 2017

Natural Gas News - August 1, 2017 How U.S. Natural Gas Will Help Countries Meet Their Paris Commitments

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Daily Commodity Report

COMMODITYLASTCHANGE
CRUDE$52.27▼0.35
NO.2 DSL$1.8694▼0.0192
GASOLINE$1.3796▼0.0061
NAT. GAS$3.10▲0.120
CBOT ETHANOL$1.2751▼0.0003
UPDATED01/24/19 - 8:57 a.m.

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