Gasoline prices drastically faded from a.m. highs and somewhat minimal gains in the battered crude oil and ULSD complex. RBOB was up by as much as 0.05/cpg at one point in Tuesday’s session, but it closed very near session lows and continued to fizzle out after settlement. Around mid-day trade RBOB price started to rise fast. Later, it did come back down a bit, May RBOB finished with a small gain of +0.052/cpg. The main change in the bullish trend from this morning was due to the EIA predicting gasoline consumption during the April-September driving season of 8.8 million barrels per day. That’s well above last year but falls some 700,000 barrels per day short of 2019 levels. WTI finished the day with +0.68/barrel increase. ULSD had the strongest gains in the complex on Tuesday’s trade, with May ULSD finishing +0.0217/cpg.