Retail Year in Review & Profit Outlook Report

Annual Retail Fuel Brand Performance Data

Compare the annual performance of 100+ retail fuel brands.

The OPIS Retail Year in Review Report & 2024 Profit Outlook ranks retail performance in specific regions and across the country, providing a scorecard of overall retail brand performance for 2023. Retail gas and diesel brands are ranked for margins, pricing, market share and efficiency both nationally and regionally.

Get a closer look at this report, including the table of contents and sample data.

There’s no other study available that offers such an in-depth, annual overview of the retail fuels market. Use this report to:

  • Discover which markets are most profitable.
  • Identify brands with the most pricing power.
  • Track the profitability of major brands.
  • Analyze margins on a national and regional basis.
  • See how pricing strategy affects volumes.

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Releases February 29, 2024

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Key Features and Benefits

  • Compare brand performance against annual national rankings for:
    • Number of outlets
    • Retail, net and rack prices
    • Rack-to-retail margins
    • Annual change
    • Annual percentage change
  • Differentiate market share estimates by brand on a national and regional basis.
  • Track seasonal price swings for the previous year by region.
  • Estimate fuel sales against competitors and analyze how pricing strategy affects volumes with weekly gasoline demand trends.
  • Discover which markets are most profitable with rankings for the top 50 highest and lowest rack-to-retail gasoline margin markets in the U.S. per year.
  • Compare how chains and traditional brands are priced relative to direct competition with National Brand Power Rankings.
  • Use heat maps to analyze national and regional margins. Separate winning from losing markets to make smarter investments.
  • Analyze historical supply/demand and import 10+ years of  statistics from the Department of Energy.
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