Energy markets finished lower across the board with refined products experiencing sharp losses on the first trading day in April. The inventory report by the Department of Energy show a massive build of 13.8 million barrels of crude oil and a large build in gasoline of 7.5 million barrels while distillate posted a draw of 2.2 million barrels. Despite the largest one-week rise since 2016 for crude oil, the contract closed modestly lower and will look to test $20 support level. Similar to crude oil, gasoline large build and the dramatic drop in demand continued to put pressure on gasoline as it lost $0.0462. Even with a draw down in inventories and an uptick in demand due to agricultural work, distillate led the complex lower today by losing $0.0692.