Market Analysis, Industry Studies, M&A Support, Transaction Due Diligence, Crude & Feedstock Valuation, Economic and Feasibility Analyses, Asset Value Analyses, Fuels Regulatory Support, Litigation Support
PROVIDING TRUSTED ADVICE AND SOLUTIONS TO THE GLOBAL ENERGY INDUSTRY THROUGH RIGOROUS INDEPENDENT ANALYSIS, CRITICAL JUDGEMENT, AND THOROUGH UNDERSTANDING OF MARKET FUNDAMENTALS AND DRIVERS
ABOUT US Turner, Mason & Company provides technical, commercial and strategic consulting services to clients globally in the crude oil, midstream, refining, refined products, and biofuels industries. We offer a broad range of engineering, management, and other professional services related to the downstream and midstream segments of the petroleum industry. We undertake single and multi-client consulting engagements along with research products covering crude oil, feedstocks, refining, and refined products…
The Worldwide Refinery Construction Outlook is a biannual publication that tracks refining projects globally and looks at how market dynamics are impacting refiners’ investment plans.
Biofuels & Renewables Outlook
A comprehensive view of U.S. and international biofuels blending mandates, demand for biofuels, renewables and other alternative fuels, along with current and planned biodiesel and renewable diesel facilities.
Provides a detailed list of global announced refinery projects by region, including project sponsor, location, process units, estimated costs, and expected completion dates. Also includes crude and conversion unit capacity changes and product impact on regional supply.
Forecast of key regional and global benchmark crude and refined product prices to 2039. Regions covered include USGC, NY Harbor, US MidContinent, USWC, NWE, Mediterranean, and Singapore. Also includes refinery feedstocks and refined products by grade and quality.
We entered 2020 with the expectation of higher refining margins, driven by a continuation of strong global economic activity supplemented by an expected IMO boost to product margins and widening of heavy crude discounts. Instead, the COVID-19 pandemic quickly dashed