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OPI

(Open Prepress Interface) An extension to PostScript that provides color separations. It was developed by Aldus Corporation, which was later acquired by Adobe.
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Every day, OPIS publishes spot prices for all refined products, more than 30,000 wholesale gasoline and diesel rack prices and more than 130,000 retail fuel prices (www.
PriceAdvantage, using data from the OPIS feed, alerts fuel managers when a competitor's price has changed.
According to OPIS, the publication will also offer market news and analysis, plant profitability numbers and pricing on gasoline blendstocks.
Brian Crotty, OPIS President and CEO, noted, "The additional Telvent DTN price feed will further strengthen our already exceptional OPIS rack price services.
OPIS publishes several publications for the petroleum, biofuels and LP gas marketplace including OPIS Newsletter, Oil Express, Ethanol & Biodiesel Information Service, Retail Fuel Watch, LP Gas Alert and many more.
With an increasing number of athletic shoe styles and performance claims introduced each year, we saw a need for a system that could objectively evaluate every shoe on the market," said Craig Norton, creator of OPIS.
In addition to the more than five pages of ethanol prices, OPIS Fuel Ethanol Report also provides:
About OPIS: Founded in 1977, OPIS is a leader in petroleum, natural gas liquids, refinery feedstock and biofuels news and pricing.
The OPIS Retail DataHouse can be accessed through a one-year subscription or on a per query basis.
The OPIS Smart Rack integrates current supplier-by-supplier wholesale gasoline prices with retail gasoline lows, highs, and averages by individual markets.
While the application also allows customers to search by zip code, Rozell says the next OPIS release will allow customers to search by simply entering a city name.
A majority of queried executives told OPIS that they have lost some confidence in API and DOE oil supply data, thanks to recent inconsistent data and widespread revisions.