The year over year national inventory surplus now stands at 25.9M/bbls, which ties the same reading on September 13th for the high point for the 2019-2020 supply season. Inventories are at a robust 83.4M/bbls as of the end of January. For context and as best as my records show, the previous end of January high inventory position was 78.1M/bbls at the end of January 2016. National inventories for that 2016 supply build season would wind up peaking at 104M/bbls in September, which was just 100,000/bbls off the all time build peak of 104.1M/bbls, set in November of 2015. As a reminder, the end of March high water mark for inventory levels was 62.8M/bbls, also in 2016. It’s hard to envision a realistic scenario right now that keeps us from breaking that record at the end of March 2020. So we will likely heading into the 2020 build season with inventory levels at all time highs for an April 1 measuring period.