September RBOB prices continued their downward track during the initial morning hours after breaking down below recent congestion yesterday. September RBOB finished yesterday's session down more than 3.5% after EIA inventory data showed a larger than expected weekly stock level increase of 1.701 million barrels. EIA gasoline stocks are 7.795 million barrels below last year but 4.038 million above the five year average. Average total gasoline demand for the past four weeks was down 3.63% from last year. This was the lowest reading for the summer so far. Gasoline imports came in at 845,000 barrels per day compared to 662,000 barrels the previous week. Some traders suggested that higher refinery capacity was another headwind for the gasoline market, as it is likely to keep the market well supplied.