March RBOB prices traded higher during the early morning hours, helped by a refinery flare-up in Oklahoma and ideas of a boost in US driving demand. March RBOB seemed to garner support Friday afternoon after a refinery flare-up in Oklahoma disrupted supplies and propped up Midwest cash prices. Some traders viewed the latest weather forecasts that call for warmer temperatures as a factor that could bolster near-term US driving demand. The Commitments of Traders Futures and Options report as of February 8th showed non-commercial traders were net long 68,226 contracts, a decrease of 3,908. Commercial traders were net short 78,685 contracts, a decrease of 4,945. Non-commercial and nonreportable traders combined held a net long position of 78,685 contracts, a decrease of 4,945 in their net long positioning.