October 2000

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: New methodology assesses U.S. diesel supply

A recent study from Charles River Associates, Inc. (CRAI) uses a new approach in analyzing the impact that proposed U.S. regulations will have on diesel supply and demand. The methodolo..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

A recent study from Charles River Associates, Inc. (CRAI) uses a new approach in analyzing the impact that proposed U.S. regulations will have on diesel supply and demand. The methodology analyzes how costs will differ across all domestic refineries. Supply curves are combined with demand curves to estimate how the market price and quantity of on-road diesel produced will be affected by the regulations. The analysis projects that diesel output in 2007, when all proposed regulations would be in effect, will be 320 thousand barrels/day. This is more than 12% of the Energy Information Administration's (EIA) forecast. The lo

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