A powerful tool for refinery analysis

With a sophisticated refinery simulator that can rapidly evaluate various “what if” scenarios and a detailed historical database containing nearly all major refineries and market logistics, PRISM provides users a competitive edge in economic analysis.


Trusted for critical refinery analysis by:

How can PRISM
be used?

  • Short and long-term competitive analysis
  • Merger and acquisition screening
  • Crude oil valuation and substitution economics
  • Cost assessment of new product specifications
  • Crude and product pipeline utilization studies
  • Regional product market analysis
  • Renewable diesel economics

refinery performance

PRISM leverages a vast array of historical data to compare refinery competitive performance.

refinery feedstocks

Employ PRISM’s individual refinery models to understand the value and processing limits of various grades of crude oil at a specific refinery.

refinery outages

Use PRISM to estimate the impact of process unit shutdowns on refinery economics, crude supply, and product markets by evaluating how unit outages impact refinery yields and throughput.


Q4 2023: U.S. Refining Margins Continue to Fall: Baker & O’Brien, Inc.’s 2023 Q4 PRISM update shows that Q4 2023 refining margins receded from the bounce seen in Q3. U.S. refining cash margins for the quarter remained healthy at $12.34/b on average, well above long-term levels but considerably below 2022’s historic peaks.

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The PRISM system is available for license. Alternatively, PRISM data is available on an ad hoc basis. You may also call us at +1 (832) 358-1453.