Tim Fitzgibbon is a Senior Refining Industry Specialist in the Houston Office of McKinsey & Company, Inc. Tim works with petroleum clients around the globe on topics related to refining strategy, petroleum market economics, refining optimization/planning. Examples of engagements that he has worked on since joining the Firm include:
Highlights of Tim’s recent client work include:
Refinery optimization process diagnostic, for a global IOC
Refining planning process redesign for a North American independent refiner
Portfolio strategy for a large North American independent refiner
Global refining portfolio strategy benchmarking (against peers) for a major oil company
Development of market-based transfer prices for crude oil and refined petroleum products for a national oil company.
Market valuation of a refining assets in the Mediterranean, Russia, South America, Caribbean, US East Coast, Canada, Australia, SE Asia, Korea.
Development of a crude integration strategy for a Western Canadian producer of heavy and synthetic crude oil
Development of a strategic market assessment organization for a major oil company including development of tools and design of organizational processes
Development of a global petroleum market model for a major oil company, for strategic assessment of market developments and value implications
Prior to joining McKinsey, Tim spent 5 years at ICF Resources, an energy consulting firm in Washington, DC. Tim received his Masters Degree in Public Policy from Harvard University in 1990, and a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Texas A&M University in 1988.