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Martin Tallett Continues to be Sought After as a Key IMO 2020 Speaker

Recognizing EnSys’ and Navigistics’ positions as leaders in assessing the impacts of IMO 2020, Martin Tallett continues to be an invited speaker at leading conferences covering the impacts of the IMO Sulfur Rule, including: March 8, 2019 – Jacobs 18th Annual Petcoke Conference May 22,2019 – Maritime Week Americas 2019 June 14, 2019 – Platts […]

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EnSys Contributes to 2018 OPEC World Oil Outlook

EnSys once again worked closely with the OPEC Secretariat in 2018 in the production of the latest version of the OPEC World Oil Outlook. As in recent years, EnSys focused on refining capacity developments, the medium-term outlook for incremental product demand versus refining supply by region and the long-term outlook for refining capacity utilizations, additions, […]

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Martin Tallett Featured in Bloomberg on IMO 2020

Martin Tallett was heavily quoted in a June 1st Bloomberg article on the work EnSys and marine partner Navigistics have been undertaking on the IMO 0.5% sulfur rule. The article outlines results from EnSys-Navigistics’ latest assessment which points to the potential for severely strained oil markets in 2020. The article refers to an “expanding army […]

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EnSys-Navigistics Releases Latest Assessment of IMO 2020 Impacts

EnSys-Navigistics has released its Q1 2018 update report under the companies’ joint Marine Fuels 2020 Subscription Service. This latest quarterly product tracks latest IMO developments, provides a definitive analysis of current scrubber-installed ships and a full update of EnSys’ WORLD Model™ based projections from 2019 through 2025 and onto 2030. These include detailed crude and product […]

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Department of State Releases Keystone Impact Statement

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 Esparza at the Department of State. The Department of State’s Keystone XL FSEIS released on March […]

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OPEC’s World Oil Outlook and Annual Statistical Bulletin 2013 released

The OPEC World Oil Outlook 2013 is now published and available. As in previous years, EnSys is pleased to contribute to this very thorough, annual examination of developments in the global oil sector, working closely with the Secretariat to assess the downstream outlook and challenges from the medium term through 2035. One of the most […]

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American Petroleum Institute

Impacts of East Coast Refinery Closures

The American Petroleum Institute releases the study “Impacts of East Coast Refinery Closures” prepared by EnSys Energy. The recent recession, among other factors, reduced petroleum product demand across OECD regions and has precipitated widespread refinery sales and closures. Several of these closures have occurred or are threatened in the U.S. Northeast. Together, if all the […]

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US DOS Releases Keystone XL Impact Statement: Includes EnSys Analysis

U.S. Department of State releases its Keystone XL Final Environmental Impact Statement – includes EnSys KXL Assessment “No Expansion” Update analysis. Study draws extensively from our Ensys Energy Keystone XL Assessment “No Expansion” Update analysis especially on our detailed analysis of the status and future potential for rail, barge, and tanker movements and combinations, as […]

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U.S. Department of State releases its Supplemental Draft Environmental Impact Statement on Keystone XL

U.S. Department of State releases its Supplemental Draft Environmental Impact Statement on Keystone XL. This study draws extensively from our Ensys Energy Keystone XL Assessment published in December 2010, especially with respect to the refining, air quality and pipeline alternatives sections of the SDEIS. See study

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