The OPIS Australian Oil Market Price Report is a weekly resource for Australian fuel pricing and margin trends. Use a reliable and independent benchmark to estimate the costs for refined products and to track pricing and margins in Australian markets.
Oil Express news service is filled with practical tips and information for fuel marketers to help grow their business, avoid risks, and increase profits and margins. The service includes a weekly newsletter plus real-time news alerts.
Go beyond simple news reporting and get insightful analysis. OPIS provides timely, accurate news and expert market coverage to help you understand how a particular event may affect your company.
OPIS can provide custom historical pricing assessments and news dating back more than 20 years for gasoline, diesel, natural gas liquids, jet fuel, refinery feedstocks, heavy oils/bunker fuel, crude, biofuels and RINs.
Historical pricing is available for gasoline, diesel, jet fuel and NGLs for all key North American spot markets since 1980, nearly 400 wholesale rack locations since 1995 and retail gasoline and diesel fuel prices since 2007.
OPIS tracks real-time, current and historical pricing for oil, fuel and gas products across the spot, rack and retail fuel sectors of the fuel supply chain.
Billions of gasoline and diesel gallons are sold in the U.S. based on definitive OPIS rack benchmarks. OPIS also provides rack pricing for Mexico, Canada and Australia.
OPIS covers spot refined products, renewable fuels, LPG and refinery feedstocks throughout the U.S., Europe and Asia. Our cues come from the industry – we track spot prices on an all-day basis.
Create custom data feeds for the specific retail gasoline and diesel prices and margin information you need. OPIS tracks 140,000 retail stations and can create custom reports based on the geographic area and time-frame of your choice.
Looming low-sulfur marine fuel standards mean ship owners, traders and refiners must take steps now to prepare for significant operational impacts. OPIS is the first price reporting agency to offer a daily price assessment for diesel marine fuel type A (DMA), factoring 450 price marks each trading day to give for a fair and accurate price reflective of the day’s market activity.