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Refining Supply Economist

Reference
83605BR
Contract Type
Permanent
Sector
Energy & Manufacturing
Location
Refining Supply Economist
Salary
competitive
Expiry Date
31/08/2017
The Refining Supply Economist supports the Supply Coordinators and Asset Economists in EOR FVC Refining Supply. This role offers the successful candidate an excellent opportunity to learn about crude and product supply pricing,

Job Description

  • Owns the Product and Crude Price Set tool (IPS). Initiates and ensures data integrity of all the out months and midterm prices used by Asset Economist in support of North America Fuels out month and midterm optimization and financialization activities.
  • Serves as the primary user of the IPS tool. Issues weekly price assumptions, updates tool and refreshes localization assumptions periodically and in as need basis.
  • Serves as primary back up to generate the CBM price set, assists in the analysis and development of the SPU price set assumptions, interfaces with analysts and traders in GOA, and develops an understanding of crude and products markets.
  • Coordinates the approval of the CBM price set across NA Fuels practitioners and leadership team
  • Prepares and issues daily and monthly pricing reports
  • Prepares and presents analysis in support of Supply and Refining Optimization KPI and Strategic Programs as well as crude buying efficiency for discussions with the supply coordinators and traders
  • Provides analytic support to the supply team on an ad-hoc basis: Responds quickly to requests for pricing data from Marketview from the supply team and others within the commercial area. Assists the supply team in making better informed decisions on routine buying/selling of crudes products and/or analyzing gains or losses from special scenarios (unexpected shutdowns, new contracting opportunities, etc).



Bachelor’s Degree

Minimum 3 years of Oil industry experience