Tesoro - Chemicals treasure in the Northwest?

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04 August 2014

Tesoro - Chemicals treasure in the Northwest?

Report summary

Tesoro has announced an investment on the US West Coast to build a new mixed xylenes extraction unit.  For discounted crudes to be taken full advantage of, debottlenecks such as this chemicals project are key; however, merchant mixed xylenes markets are not necessarily calling for this material.  As such, this insight introduces the idea of competing influences around this project from refining and chemicals markets.

Table of contents

  • Review of press release
  • Executive summary
  • If you build it, crude will come
  • What does this crude do for West Coast refiners?
  • Where do mixed xylenes fit into this?
  • Competitive landscape
  • How does Tesoro enter this market?
  • How does the terminal relate to the mixed xylenes project?
  • So what could this mean for Tesoro?

Tables and charts

This report includes 9 images and tables including:

  • Production Profile, Bakken Crude
  • Bakken Refining Values by PADD
  • Potential Crude Movements Into Tesoro's System
  • Tesoro - Chemicals treasure in the Northwest?: Table 1
  • Fractions of Crudes Consumed in the Tesoro System
  • PADD V Gasoline Balances, Net Exports
  • Vertical Integration in the Polyester Chain
  • Mixed Xylenes Exports, United States
  • Tesoro - Chemicals treasure in the Northwest?: Image 8

What's included

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  • Document

    Tesoro Corporation - Xylenes in the Northwest

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