Reports

Reports

The Economic Contribution Of Washington State's Petroleum Refining Industry In 2015

The Economic Contribution Of Washington State's Petroleum Refining Industry

December 2014

This report quantifies the impact of Washington's five major petroleum refiners on the state's economy in 2013.

2016 ASCE O.C. Citizen's Guide Infrastructure Report Card

2016 ASCE O.C. Citizen's Guide Infrastructure Report Card

July 2016

Summary for OIL

The Economic Contribution Of Washington State's Petroleum Refining Industry In 2013

The Economic Contribution Of Washington State's Petroleum Refining Industry

December 2014

This report quantifies the impact of Washington's five major petroleum refiners on the state's economy in 2013.

   
Outstanding Design Flaws in California's Cap-and-Trade Program

Outstanding Design Flaws in California's Cap-and-Trade Program

October 2014

As California prepares to launch a major expansion of its three-year-old cap-and-trade program, a new report identifies a series of major design flaws that make the program vulnerable to market meltdowns. The report also offers a number of solutions that would mitigate impacts passed on to California consumers.

   
Workforce Needs Assessment for Production of the Monterey Formation

Workforce Needs Assessment for Production of the Monterey Formation

May 2014

The prospect of widespread production brings with it the prospect for job growth in a region that suffers from persistently high unemployment rates, lower levels of educational attainment and significant numbers of residents living below the poverty level.

   
New Economic Analysis Details Petroleum Industry's Significant Contribution to California's Economy

Oil & Gas In California: The Industry & Its Economic Contribution

April 2014

The report finds that the petroleum industry is a major employer and leading economic driver in California, responsible for 468,000 jobs in 2012, or 2.3 percent of California's employment, and more than $220 billion in direct economic activity.

   
The Petroleum Industry & the Monterey Shale: Current Economic Impact & the Economic Future of the San Joaquin Valley

The Petroleum Industry & the Monterey Shale: Current Economic Impact & the Economic Future of the San Joaquin Valley

August 2013

The existence of the petroleum industry generates $364 million in sales taxes and $386 million in property taxes local governments in the SJV. Moreover, analysis shows the Monterey Shale Formation could have a more significant impact on the future economy of the San Joaquin Valley.

   
The Economic Contribution of Washington State's Petroleum Refining Industry

The Economic Contribution of Washington State's Petroleum Refining Industry

January 2013

Washington's five refineries supply gasoline for automobiles, clean diesel for trucks, fuel for the ferry and shipping fleet, and jet fuel for airplanes that is vitally important for the everyday lives of everyone in the state.

   
Understanding The Impact of AB 32

Understanding The Impact of AB 32

June 2012

The Boston Consulting Group was engaged to conduct a comprehensive study to better understand the impacts AB 32 regulations will have on fuel markets, businesses, consumers and the California economy. Findings show the cost of LCFS compliance could cost California 28,000-51,000 jobs and as much as $4.4 billion in tax revenue per year by 2020 resulting in further reduction in employment.