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The OPIS Blog features expert tips, practical insight and timely pricing and market information. It covers the spot, rack and retail markets as well as gasoline, diesel, renewable fuels, NGL/LP, feedstocks, natural gas, jet fuel and crude oil. It’s the simplest way to gain a greater understanding of how fuel markets tick and keep up with changes that could affect pricing – and your bottom line.
Download your copy of OPIS’ 2019 Spot Fuel Price Mid-Year Update for an expert analysis of the key reasons for gasoline, diesel and jet fuel price volatility so far in 2019, as well as an idea of what to expect in the coming months. This special report takes a look at the major movements seen in physical spot fuel markets, broken by by the four major U.S. production regions: the Gulf Coast, Midwest, Northeast and West Coast.
Authored by Tom Kloza and Denton Cinquegrana, the Oil Market Outlook includes exclusive commentary, analysis, charts and graphs which reveal key pricing trends for gasoline, diesel and jet fuel.
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In this special report, OPIS editors on the ground in Singapore provide an outlook and commentary on what Asian naphtha, LPG, condensate and gasoline markets could look like in the first half of 2019.
Don’t miss our collection of important trends in the retail fuel marketing world this year. Download our Top 15 Petroleum Marketing Trends for 2019 today. We’ve outlined key areas that savvy marketers should be aware of complete with eye-opening stats from NACS and SIGMA, including:
Download this free infographic for a breakdown of the compliance options, past penalties levied for non-compliance with the IMO’s ECAs mandate, and possible cost scenarios for non-compliance with IMO 2020.
Download this handy 2019 RVP infographic for an easy reference to keep on hand with key information on the transition to low-RVP gasoline at the spot and wholesale rack level across the U.S.
OPIS publishes several wholesale gasoline and diesel pricing reports, plus online tools. Three of our most popular pricing resources are the Invoice Checker, daily Gasoline and Diesel Rack Price Report and the Spot Ticker (a spot pricing tool that helps wholesalers gauge whether wholesale rack prices will go down or up, based on spot price movement.) This handy rack product-finder infographic leads you to the most relevant of these three products for you, based on some quick questions about your wholesale business.
Because of unique market fundamentals, limited refining capacity, and a boutique gasoline blend needed to meet regional specs, the West Coast region has a relatively lean gas and diesel trading network compared to other spot markets. That lack of market liquidity can lead to huge price moves and surges, like the one that caused retail gasoline prices to top over $4/gal in spring 2019.
Download this infographic for a visual breakdown of the key reasons and fundamentals why the U.S. West Coast refined spot market is so unique and often, challenging.
Before you negotiate your next wholesale fuel supply agreement, here are 7 tips to help you write a contract like a pro. This checklist is perfect for gasoline and diesel retailers, municipalities and end-users. Download the checklist before finalizing your next supply contract.
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The prompt-pay discount (PPD) has traditionally been an incentive for fuel wholesalers to encourage faster payment collection. When wholesale fuel prices are high, the PPD has rewarded distributors who manage their dealer networks efficiently.
Now, industry consolidation and increased competition has led to tighter payment terms, more risk and serious consequences for some offering the discount. In this free report, OPIS takes a look at the current state of prompt-pay discount (PPD) to give you a better understanding of:
Retailers who sell gasoline and diesel just concluded their most profitable first half of any year in the modern era. Take a look back at the first half of 2019 and discover how retail gas station performed so solidly in the 1H 2019 Retail Fuel Scorecard, with exclusive OPIS data showing demand, margin, average prices and more. Plus, regional data and an update on how some of the major brands performed.
With rising retail gasoline prices, more financial strain on consumers buying gasoline could lead to significant cutbacks in driving activity and gasoline demand, which puts pressure on retail volumes, inside sales and overall traffic. Knowing how to react to these consequences is key for retailers looking to maximize retail margins and volumes in volatile markets.
Download retail fuel average prices, median household income and minutes worked by consumers to buy one gallon of gas for over 3,000 U.S. counties – in convenient excel format.
Download the 3-part Fuel Buying 101 e-Book series for a step by step guidance on how gasoline, diesel and other fuel products moves through the supply chain and how prices are determined.
OPIS leaders, drawing on 40+ years of industry expertise, team with guest experts to answer key oil, gas and fuel market questions in the fuel market in OPIS Crash Course Podcast. In each episode, we strive is to bring you a deeper understanding and necessary context about critical areas of the industry that you and your team need to grasp in order to buy and sell gasoline, diesel, jet fuel, NGL/LPGs and other energy commodities with confidence. Subscribe to the OPIS Crash Course podcast for instant notification as we release new episodes.
Written in dual English/Spanish format, this informative quarterly magazine is available free. Subscribe to OPIS’ Fuels in Mexico magazine to access editorial features, expert commentary, interviews and guest columns devoted to discussion of the changing downstream fuel markets in Mexico. It’s geared to help you:
Mexico’s gasoline and diesel markets are opening to the outside world for the first time in almost 80 years – but not without challenges, risks and delays. Download OPIS’ Mexico Primer and get: