The report analyzes the expected supply/demand balance for heavy, medium, and light crude through 2040. Crude supply/demand changes by grade are analyzed and measured against Base Year to reflect the relative grade dynamics over the forecast period. Data File Contents
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.
Provides a detailed list of global probable refinery projects by region through 2024, 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.
A historical view of California and Oregon LCFS price credit, and New England Cap and Trade GHG price initiative. Also includes a price outlook for D3, D4, D5, and D6 RINs and forecast for California gasoline and diesel average carbon intensity reduction.
Forecast of U.S. and Canadian crude production by major oil play to 2040. U.S. plays covered include Bakken, Permian, Eagle Ford, Rockies/Niobrara, Anadarko, and Gulf of Mexico. Also includes the outlook for U.S. NGL production by PADD/Sub-PADD to 2040.
A detailed list of current and planned basin pipelines by owner, destination, capacity and expected completion dates. Basins covered include Permian, Bakken and Western Canada. Also provides a view of current and planned pipelines to and from the Cushing oil hub.
Driven by decades of massive investments in coking and hydrotreating expansions, the U.S. Gulf Coast (USGC) consumes a large percentage of the global heavy crude output. The investment was driven in turn by the rapid growth in production of this
U.S. crude production is forecast to grow to over 15 million BPD by 2025 (6 million BPD above the 2017 annual average and 4 million BPD above estimated current levels). Essentially all of this production will be light sweet and
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