Renewable Fuel Feedstock Balance Sheets

Updated August 10th, 2020

The large refiners have shifted strategies to incorporate renewable fuel feedstocks into their production streams. We’ve released our feedstock balance sheets for those looking to gain insights on where The Jacobsen Analyst Team sees the markets headed in the next 10 years.

Available Balance Sheets

  1. Used-Cooking Oil Balance Sheet
  2. Distiller’s Corn Oil Balance Sheet
  3. Choice White Grease Balance Sheet
  4. Canola Oil Balance Sheet
  5. Soybean Oil Balance Sheet
  6. Poultry Fat Balance Sheet
  7. Tallow Balance Sheet

Note: This purchase also includes quarterly updates for 1 year on the balance sheets you purchase. Therefore your purchase would be the current quarter + 3 additional quarterly updates. 

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What’s included in each sheet?

  • Summary commentary on the commodity.
  • A high, mid and low forecast scenario.
  • Balance sheets start at 2020 and forecasting out to 2030.
    • Beginning Stocks
    • Production
    • Imports
    • Biodiesel Demand
    • Renewable Diesel Demand
    • Co-Processing
    • Non-Fuel Usage
    • Exports
    • Estimated cents/lb price

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For those looking for in-depth analysis specific to their business, we encourage you to reach out for a consulting arrangement.

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Contributing Authors

John Cusick

Consulting Manager / Sr. Analyst Biodiesel

John Cusick

John Cusick has 15 years of experience as a trader in biodiesel and biodiesel feedstock. His career has included work for the trading upstart RBF Port Neches, Texas, the largest biodesel production facility in the US, along with Morgan Stanley Commodities, Trafigura, Glencore and Imperium Renewables. He has successfully navigated the complex and challenging relationship ... read more

Ryan Standard

Director of PRA Ops & Senior Analyst - U.S and Intl Animal Fats & Proteins

Ryan Standard

Ryan Standard earned a degree in English literature and history from Monmouth College, while maintaining a parallel track in economics. With a background in logistics and sales, he joined The Jacobsen in 2007 as an analyst and the editor of the Animal Fats and Feed Bulletins, and contributor to the Biodiesel Bulletin. He has built ... read more

Tore Alden

Dir. Forecasting/Sr. Analyst:  Oilseeds

Tore Alden

Tore Alden began his career as an analyst for the Agricultural Marketing Group at Smith Barney. When the group left to form International Agribusiness Group (IAG), he directed the firm’s fundamental research reports covering the markets for grain, oilseed, coffee, frozen concentrated orange juice, along with oil and natural gas. After leaving IAG, he developed ... read more

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