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The most extensive and up-to-date look at the daily status of refinery operations in the U.S., delivered via email twice daily
Achieve a comprehensive view of refinery utilization by product class across the three most-important geographic regions in the U.S.
Genscape's Refinery Intelligence combines observations obtained from infrared cameras with in-house analytical and technological expertise to provide an unrivaled view into near-real time operations at U.S. refineries. Genscape currently monitors 87 percent of overall refinery capacity in the U.S., including 97 percent of East Coast refineries, 93 percent of Midcontinent refineries, 92 percent of Gulf Coast refineries, and 74 percent of West U.S. refineries. Genscape also has 100 percent coverage of fluid catalytic cracking capacity in the East Coast and California.
Gain insight into near-real time supply and demand when you know the intra-day changes in the status of product-specific units at refineries.
Refinery Intelligence clients receive:
- Morning Refinery Intelligence Report: a PDF delivered via email each day at 10AM ET; it contains detailed information on the status of monitored units at covered refineries in the East Coast, Midcontinent, Gulf Coast, and West U.S. regions by product class, giving customers insight into the production of light products, middle distillates and heavy products. The report includes detailed commentary on conditions at selected refineries and other information.
- Afternoon Refinery Intelligence Report: a PDF delivered via email each day at 2PM ET; this data-only report contains updated information on the status of the monitored units at covered refineries by product class.
- North American Refinery Turnaround Schedule: an Excel file delivered monthly at 10AM ET on the 2nd Thursday contains a forward-looking glimpse at refinery maintenance activities for the calendar year.
As oil companies slash oil-refining capacity, the operational health of the remaining units becomes increasingly important. A brief upset at a distillation unit or a fluid catalytic cracker on the U.S. East Coast can send gasoline futures prices sharply higher. The immediacy of the effect on market prices means time is of the essence in learning about disruptions, and the start-up and shut-down of refinery units.
Please fill out the form to the right to request a free trial of Genscape's Refinery Intelligence Report.