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OPIS Free Weekly Newsletter
Fuels In Mexico Quarterly Magazine
RVP Switch Inforgraphic
Top 15 Petroleum Marketing Trends for 2018
OPIS Mexico Primer: The Road to Liberalized Fuel Markets in Mexico
Sent right to your inbox, the free weekly newsletter from OPIS is a convenient way keep you up-to-date on the latest oil, fuel and gas market and pricing trends and covers the most important topics in the downstream oil industry.
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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.
Written in dual English/Spanish format, this quarterly magazine begins publication in Spring 2018 and is available free. Subscribe to Fuels in Mexico and get features news, commentary and analysis on the downstream and midstream fuel sectors in Mexico.
On January 1, Ontario became linked with California and Quebec’s carbon allowance program, prompting uncertainty about carbon reduction programs and pricing structures in this expanded market. In this free cap-and-trade white paper, Bridget Hunsucker, OPIS Senior Editor, Carbon, examines this changing landscape.
Brought to you by the editors of Oil Express, we take a look at 15 game-changing trends for jobbers, wholesalers and retailers in the new year. In this free report, you’ll learn what areas to focus on to increase profits as well as looming new risks that cannot be ignored.
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: