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Martin Tallett presents at the CSIS “Future of the Strategic Petroleum Reserve” Event

Rising US & Canadian production coupled with declining U.S. demand has dramatically reduced U.S crude oil imports and thus our dependency on foreign oil sources. Mr. Tallett discusses these trends which have important implications for the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR).  Also, he discusses EnSys’ 2005 study for the Dept. of Energy on a range […]

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International Markets for US Crude Exports

Martin Tallett presented at the U.S. Refining and Crude Exports: An Update event organized by the Center for Strategic & International Studies on April 2, 2015. In this presentation, Mr. Tallett offers an overview of the potential international refinery markets for US crude exports.   Please log in to proceed.  Not yet a member?  Please register.    

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API Study: Impact of U.S. Crude Oil Export Exports

The American Petroleum Institute releases the study “The Impacts of U.S. Crude Oil Exports on Domestic Crude Production, GDP, Employment, Trade, and Consumer Costs” prepared by ICF International and EnSys Energy.  The study shows that exports of crude oil could create up to 300,000 additional U.S. jobs in 2020 and shave billions off fuel costs […]

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Refining economics

North America Logistics Review Brochure

2011 marked the beginning of a new era for the Oil & Gas Industry in the U.S and Canada; many experts have called it “The North America Petroleum Renaissance”. Pipeline reversals, joint ventures, new construction, rail and marine updates are announced every day. The EnSys North America Logistics Review gathers together these developments into a […]

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WORLD Brochure

WORLD is an advanced modeling system which captures and simulates the global and interlinked nature of today’s and tomorrow’s downstream oil industry. The model provides projections of global refining developments, crude and product flows, pricing and refining margins. It is a highly flexible system, with the ability to model short, medium, and long-term forecasts, to […]

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The Growing Importance of Inventories outside OECD Countries and Implications for the Oil Market

Martin Tallett presented on the Third IEA-IEF-OPEC Symposium on Energy Outlooks in Riyadh, January 22, 2013. His analysis reviewed how present and future non-OECD petroleum stocks data can be estimated using currently available – mainly OECD – data. He also discussed how expansions in the refining sector will affect future stock levels. Please log in to proceed. […]

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Pipeline vs. Rail – Competitors or Allies? The story continues….

Martin Tallett, President of EnSys Energy, presented at the AOPL 2013 Annual Business Conference an updated snapshot of the evolving developments in non-pipeline alternatives that are supporting the movements US and Canadian crudes to market. The crude by rail alternative, especially, has shown that it has the potential to fill an increasingly important role and […]

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Argus Americas Asphalt Summit 2014

Martin Tallett, President of EnSys Energy, presented at the Argus Americas 2014 Asphalt Summit. His analysis evaluated the global asphalt market, crude logistics developments and implications to the global downstream supply system. Click on the button below to add this report to your Cart. Please log in to proceed.  Not yet a member?  Please register.    

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Dept. of State Keystone XL FSEIS: Market Analysis Chapter

The U.S. State Department released its Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (FSEIS) on Keystone XL.  As in 2010 and 2011 when EnSys prepared major studies on Keystone XL, in this FSEIS, EnSys undertook extensive WORLD modeling underpinning the Market Analysis, (Chapter 1.4), and related sections of the report. Press inquiries may be directed to Imani […]

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