Petroleum Refinery Coverage
IIR provides the most up-to-date market intelligence on the global petroleum refinery industry. Coverage includes a comprehensive database of the refinery installed base to include operating units, new unit additions and unit capacity changes through expansions, debottlenecks, creeps or de-rates, combined with daily research on planned and unplanned unit turnarounds.
Turnarounds & Future
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IIR's refinery market intelligence helps participants in the crude oil and fuels market and trading sectors make better decisions by providing a clear understanding of supply-side fundamentals that help users monetize their assets and positions in the petroleum markets.
Using the IIR Energy Live Dashboard, users receive a clear picture of changes in current and future operating capacity using details on planned and unplanned unit turnaround events, along with future start-ups or capacity changes to help predict the impact on physical operating conditions and the relationship on crude oil and refined product pricing and a daily basis.
The Energy Live Dashboard makes understanding the past, current, and future markets easier to quantify and predict by delivering the full supply picture with the most accurate detail in an easy-to-use environment.
IIR's Intelligence is delivered in multiple ways:
- IIR's Online Energy Live Dashboard
- API or FTP delivery to client platforms
- Email alerts on unit turnarounds and de-rates
- Weekly offline capacity reports
- Direct Interaction with IIR research staff by instant messaging, email or phone
The refinery Installed Base provides complete plant, unit and equipment profile details for global refineries. Information includes plant and unit configurations, input and output capacities, product mix, and other key data attributes that lay the foundation for accurate downstream modeling. Combined with up-to-date commissioned, decommissioned and pre-commissioned unit statuses, users are provided the accurate global footprint of the downstream fleet.
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IIR's turnaround coverage originates from our internal direct research methodology utilizing staff across the world to verify current and future unit turnarounds to identify offline capacity. These events can come from maintenance downtime, unplanned outages due to equipment failure, weather related or economic conditions that will cause the refinery to bring units offline.
For the energy market, IIR's focus is primarily on units that impact product output or feedstock utilization. Unit turnarounds include all major processing units such as Crude Distillation Units (CDUs), Fluid Catalytic Cracking Units (FCCUs), Alkylation Units, Reformers, Cokers, Hydrotreaters and all other primary and secondary units within the refining process, including ethylene production units.
Our research methodology ensures more accurate, current and timely intelligence on planned and unplanned turnarounds that allow users to predict and react to market interruptions.
Support includes IIR's research hotline via phone, email or Instant Messaging, daily email alerts, push/pull FTP feeds, user training and dashboard set-up.
Key Turnaround Database Attributes:
With IIR Energy's comprehensive market intelligence and detailed information on all global refinery construction, expansions and additions, users gain the complete market supply perspective on all capacity increases and unit additions as they affect future supply. With continuous updates and alerts, users have access to up-to-date project information for additional capacity targeted from today onwards.
Included with your Energy Live subscription, IIR provides daily industry news on the global industrial marketplace, with topics that focus on project expenditures, plant and corporate trends, and contract awards.
The IIR Energy hotline is a fast, live interaction with our frontline research staff to uncover breaking news and current details on supply disruption events, covering all unplanned & forced turnarounds from weather events, mechanical failure, catastrophes and all other circumstances.