Refinery Stream Monitor


The Only Source for Weekly Crude and

Downstream Inputs for Refineries in the U.S.

Receive crude and downstream unit inputs at total U.S. and PADD-level granularity 

Traditionally, refinery crude consumption data has only been available on a lagged weekly basis and downstream unit input data on a three-month delay from the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). Our Refinery Stream Monitor now provides this data on a weekly basis by combining raw signal intelligence from remote sensors at refineries with our own algorithmic modelling of the U.S. refinery system on a PADD and total-U.S. level. The Refinery Stream Monitor has a high correlation to the refinery inputs and utilization data published in EIA’s Weekly Petroleum Status Report, published five days later. Subscribers will gain faster insight into refineries’ operational changes that impact both the crude oil and refined products markets.

Inform In-House Models: 

  • Timely Insight: Receive crude runs and downstream unit inputs on a weekly basis, five days before government data is publicly available and three months before the release of public downstream unit input data.
  • Market Clarity: Input aggregations for crude units, fluid catalytic crackers, coking units, catalytic reformers, and hydrocrackers at U.S. refineries provide timely granularity for crude oil and refined product stakeholders. 
  • Directly Sourced Data: We combine real-time on/off signals from our monitoring network at refineries across the U.S. with our expert industry knowledge of refinery configurations to accurately calculate crude and downstream unit inputs.


Leverage our data sets to make better-informed marketing and optimization decisions by receiving unparalleled weekly utilization estimates. 


Inform in-house models and gain insight into regional crude demand, the refining landscape, and refined products output. 


Find critical trading signals in oil financial markets and predict trends in crude oil and refined products pricing.