The Crude Report: Why penalize running the lights?

Author Argus

The six stand-alone splitters designed to refine ultra-light crude oil condensate at the US Gulf coast should have operating advantages in an environment where gasoline is king – but this theory hasn't quite panned out.

Sandy Fielden, Director of Research at Morningstar Commodities and Energy, joins Jeff Kralowetz, Vice President of Business Development at Argus, to discuss the economics of running the units in current market conditions in a precursor to a more in-depth webinar.

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