Stephen Jew is an Associate Director within the Energy Downstream Research group at IHS Markit. He is the global lead on the Short-Term and Long-Term Crude and Refined Product Prices and Margins service, while providing support to a variety of research and consulting projects in the crude, biofuels, lubricants, and downstream business. Mr. Jew has provided commercial and technical assistance to client business strategy, including due diligence assistance related to energy mergers and acquisitions, project feasibility, financial and sensitivity analysis, and price forecast modeling. Prior to joining IHS Markit, he worked for UOP, a Honeywell Company. While at UOP, Mr. Jew was a senior field operating technical engineer assisting customers globally with refinery unit start-ups, troubleshooting, and operations. His main downstream technical knowledge is in fluidized catalytic cracking and reforming complexes while having considerable experience with other parts of the refinery ecosystem. Prior to this position, he worked in UOP’s hydroprocessing R&D group and aromatics engineering department. Mr. Jew holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, Michigan.