Retail Year in Review & Profit Outlook Report

Annual Brand Performance Report for the Retail Fuels Sector

Compare the annual performance of 100+ retail fuel brands.

The OPIS Retail Year in Review Report & 2019 Profit Outlook ranks retail performance in specific regions and across the country, providing a scorecard of overall retail brand performance. Retail gas and diesel brands are ranked for margins, pricing, market share and efficiency both nationally and regionally.

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.

View the Retail Year in Review & Profit Outlook Report fact sheet to learn more about the report.

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Report releases mid-February 2019.

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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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