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We provide an unrivaled view into real-time operations at refineries across the US and Canada, covering 90% of refinery operations in the US and 66% of refining capacity in Alberta, Canada.
Receive real-time alerts, daily summaries of refinery operations and planned outages schedules. Get a comprehensive view of refinery utilisation down to the unit level and by product class and receive insight into intra-day status changes of product-specific units. Improve your internal applications, forecasts, or reporting with our real-time and historical data covering crude oil demand, refined products supply and refinery utilisation.
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Be the first to know about planned and unplanned outages, maintenance, and disruptions at monitored and unmonitored refineries. We combine observations from infrared cameras with in-house analytical and technological expertise to give you immediate alerts of critical events.
Refinery operations summaries
Receive daily refinery intelligence, which includes the operational status of oil refinery units, planned and unplanned outage commentary, and utilisation aggregates. Intraday updates and summaries are published via data API.
North American refinery planned outage schedule
Get a forward look into planned maintenance activities at both monitored and unmonitored refineries in North America. Expected timelines are published at the unit level and updated as unit outages and restarts are observed.
The entire North American oil supply chain will feel the effects of the supply and demand disruptions from the winter weather, which brought volatility to the US Gulf Coast regional oil and product markets this week. Upstream, midstream, and downstream facilities have been hit, which will certainly impact markets in the Permian, the Mid-continent (including Cushing), and potentially even Western Canada. In this report, we provide an update on the winter storm oil supply chain impacts from 15-18 Feb as captured across Wood Mackenzie’s suite of real-time monitoring offerings.