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The focus of this role will be to model and assess the
competitivity of US and Canada refineries. The role holder will
closely monitor refineries from an asset and company perspective
keeping track of crude slates and product yields, evaluate global
investment plans, track transactions, and compare refinery
competitiveness and configuration over time. An important part of
the role will also be to capture new trends in the market like
biofuels co-processing, petrochemical integration and assessing the
impact of carbon pricing on refinery profitability. The scope will
include short- and long-term industry data and will contribute to
regional research content for Refinery Evaluation Model, PetroPlan
and Product Markets Services.
The candidate should be keen to develop industry and client
relationships, focus on supporting the commercialization of our
oils service, learn about the intricacies of the regional market
and its impact on international markets, and understand how it
interacts with other commodity markets. A client-centric and
commercial approach will be essential to deliver success in the
- Gather and organise US and Canada data (related to crude,
refined products markets, biofuels, petrochemical products, and
refining assets) from different sources in a timely manner,
consolidate the information into our refining margins and
benchmarking parameters. Articulate key market implications for
regional supply of products and trade.
- Benchmark historical performance of refining assets and
forecast global/regional refinery operations: refinery runs (crude
and feedstock), refinery maintenance and expansion, refining
- Contribute in the development of modelling tools to develop
strategies around the crude market and refining sector
- Regularly produce original analysis, publications and
presentations that influence clients' business perspectives and
support the analytics team on ad-hoc analysis of events impacting
- Interact regularly with clients, advising at a senior level
within a region or sector, to enhance WoodMac's reputation as a
- Regularly provide innovative ideas, scenarios and solutions to
support improvements in internal processes or quality of
research/service to clients.
Knowledge, Skills & Experience Required
- 3 to 5 years relevant experience in the Americas Oil/Petroleum
Industry. Previous experience working at a refinery in planning or
operations will be considered a plus.
- Prior experience in a deadline-driven environment.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Minimum of bachelor's degree in related field such as
engineering , earth science or economics.
- Experiencing developing/maintaining models built in Excel.
Additional experience with VBA, Python, or other big data
programming languages will be considered a plus.
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