January heating oil prices traded higher overnight in response to private industry data that showed a much larger than expected decline in distillate supplies last week. The figure was substantially larger than expectations for this morning's EIA report for a decline of 1.0 million barrels. Some traders indicated the possibility for a distillate supplies to have fallen by less than expected due to the extremely warm temperatures in the Northeast that have reduced heat-related demand.
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