Overview

Argus US Products is your comprehensive intelligence and pricing service for all US oil products, including gasoline, diesel, jet, ethanol, biodiesel, and much more. Price assessments are published as early as 3:15pm CST each day, giving your teams plenty of time for end-of-day invoicing and accounting.

We take care to reflect the market as it trades, using market-appropriate methodologies and a team of experienced, dedicated price reporters. Our team also assesses many markets in real-time, providing up-to-the-minute prices via the Argus Spot Ticker platform.

Learn why our market-appropriate methodology is valuable to your business.

Key features

Key U.S. prices

Trusted price references for all key U.S. petroleum products, published as early as 3:15pm CST each day

Robust methodologies

Argus US Products price assessments are underpinned by the most robust, transparent, and credible methodologies, developed with the industry to ensure our price assessments are a true reflection of how the markets trade

Market-moving news

Access the latest market-moving news published by our expert team of on-the-ground market reporters to ensure you stay on top of the fuels markets as they develop

Argus Spot Ticker

The Argus Spot Ticker keeps you on top of every market move with real-time intraday pricing for gasoline, diesel, ethanol, and RINs

Temperature correction factors (TCF)

Argus TCFs are a standardized, accurate and timely way to correct prices to reflect temperature changes, ensuring that temperature variation does not affect your margins or your rateability

Historical data

Get valuable context to today’s prices and market developments with 20 years of historical data for prices and fundamentals

Customers that benefit

Anyone with exposure to US refined products prices will find the Argus US Products service essential. Argus subscribers include:
  • Traders

    Traders involved in the buying and selling of refined products use Argus price benchmarks as accurate and impartial references when negotiating trades and contracts. 

  • Oil majors

    Use the information to inform decision-making processes, enhance their marketing strategy, and search for counterparties and new markets.  
  • Analysts and risk managers  

    Use the data to analyse the current market situation and potential future scenarios.
  • Refiners  

    Track the price of petroleum products to make the best decisions about refinery output. 

  • Finance officers  

    Use the information to analyse the market, evaluate risks and work out their investment strategies. 

  • Exchanges

    Rely on our price assessments, which are underpinned by a methodology that reflects real trading behaviour and is developed in conjunction with the industry.