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OPIS Blog

A closer look at key topics in the downstream oil and energy industry.

Tom Kloza

As Global Head of Energy Analysis, Tom has covered downstream oil markets for over 40 years. A magna cum laude graduate of St. Francis University, Tom has a degree in English and has analyzed crude oil, refined products, and gas liquids for parts of four decades. He has also written commentary for Marketwatch and is a regular guest commentator for Bloomberg Financial Markets and NPR Marketplace. He provides unbiased and expert commentary for print and electronic media during times of oil volatility, and is regularly quoted in virtually every U.S. and international periodical.
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Spot Market, Retail Market, Gas & Diesel

Beyond Mid-May Motor Fuel Madness: Will Gasoline Supply Scrambles Persist?

The First Driver of the 2021 Motor Fuel Panic

In mid-April, a special report by Oil Price Information Service (OPIS) sounded

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Renewables, Spot Market, Biofuels, Ethanol, RINs

2020 Energy Prices Complicated by Ag Products, Renewable Credits and Other Relationships

You need more than just a NYMEX or ICE futures’ screen to keep pace with petroleum prices, based on the first 22 business

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Convenience Stores, Gas & Diesel

Memorial Day Gasoline Review: America Didn't Crank Up Its Engines

Correct or not, Memorial Day is often the time we take the temperature of gasoline demand. How did 2020 stack up?

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Crude oil, Spot Market, Ethanol, Gas & Diesel

Beyond Saudi Attacks: 4 Other Oil, Gasoline & Diesel Price Factors to Fear in 2020

Much of the oil, gasoline and diesel price direction in 2020 markets may be determined by whether the Middle East calms down

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Crude oil, Gas & Diesel

Oil Prices in H2 2019: 6 Market Wild Cards to Watch

Oil prices love to improvise.

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Retail Market, Gas & Diesel

Retail Gasoline Profits Set Records in January 2019

January can be a cruel month for gasoline retailers. It inevitably brings the lowest demand of the year but often higher

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