By Mia Shanley SINGAPORE, March 31 (Reuters) - U.S. gasoline's latest price rally may just be enough to pry open the door for Asian barrels to head across the Pacific and fill any supply gap, but traders said there was little excess product in the region to export. U.S. unleaded gasoline futures struck an all-time high on Wednesday after an explosion and fire at the third-largest refinery in the United States revived fears of a supply crunch in the peak demand summer months. BP , which ...
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