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U.S. Crude Runs Drop in West Coast, Midwest and East Coast

Following three weeks of steady improvement, U.S. crude runs recessed during the week that ended November 25. PADDs 1, 4 and 5 were responsible…

Crude | Refinery | PADD 3 | Unplanned Refinery Outage | Oil | FCC Unit | Marathon Galveston Bay

Industrial Info

Wed Nov 30 2016

IIR Energy to Speak at Thomson Reuters NYC Oil Forum

Chris Paschall, IIR Energy’s Group Vice President of Research - Oil and Gas Markets, will be speaking on U.S. refinery capacity and turnaround…

IIR Energy | NYC | Oil & Gas | Forum | Events | Thomson Reuters | Refinery Turnarounds | Crude

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Wed Sep 28 2016

U.S. Refiners See Big Jump in Weekly Crude Throughput

Crude throughput at U.S. refineries increased 315,000 barrels per day (BBL/d) during the week ended September 2. Crude runs were up in…

Refinery | PADD 3 | planned refinery turnarounds | Crude | KBD

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Mon Sep 12 2016

U.S. Crude Runs Drop in West Coast, Midwest and East Coast

Following three weeks of steady improvement, U.S. crude runs recessed during the week that ended November 25. PADDs 1, 4 and 5 were responsible for the decline, as crude runs were higher in PADDs 2 and 3. The PADD 3 numbers are a bit surprising, as we expected the unplanned refinery outage at Marathon’s Galveston Bay facility in »

IIR Energy to Speak at Thomson Reuters NYC Oil Forum

Chris Paschall, IIR Energy’s Group Vice President of Research - Oil and Gas Markets, will be speaking on U.S. refinery capacity and turnaround activity at Thomson Reuters’ NYC Oil Forum, to be held October 6, at 3 Times Square in New York City. The NYC Oil Forum is the last in the Oil Forum Series, a collection of »

U.S. Refiners See Big Jump in Weekly Crude Throughput

Crude throughput at U.S. refineries increased 315,000 barrels per day (BBL/d) during the week ended September 2. Crude runs were up in all five Padd regions with PADD 3 seeing the biggest weekly change with an increase of 165,000 BBL/d. Overall, U.S. crude runs are 145,000 BBL/d short of the all-time high »