Global Refining Industry to 2013: Investment Opportunities, Analysis and Forecasts of All Active and Planned Refineries
“Global Refining Industry to 2013: Investment Opportunities, Analysis and Forecasts of All Active and Planned Refineries”, is the latest report from GlobalData, the industry analysis specialists, that offers comprehensive information on the global refining market. It is an in-depth source of information on all active and planned refineries, refining margins and key trends and issues globally along with market share analysis of major refining companies by region.
According to the report, driven by growing demand for petroleum products, especially from developing nations in Asia Pacific, global refining capacity will grow from 4,423.47 MMTPA in 2008 to 4,757.54 MMTPA in 2013 at an AAGR of 1.5%.
While new refineries in China will cater mainly to domestic demand, Middle-East and India plan to transform themselves into major refining and petroleum product exporting hubs. For example, a new refinery at Jamnagar (India) has added an additional capacity of 28.88 MMTPA in India.
However, as the demand for products like gasoline and naphtha are unlikely to recover in the short term, global refining margins will remain low in the range of $5-$7/barrel and will be sustained mainly by middle distillates, which will have steady demand.
- The report provides detailed information and analysis on refining capacities, margins, market shares of key companies and competitive scenario in the global refining market.
Its scope includes crude distillation and other major unit capacities of 660 active and 61 planned refineries
- Information on distillation and other unit capacity additions through commissioning of new units and expansion of existing units in Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East and Africa, North America and South and Central America
- Annual information covering historic data from 2000 to 2008 and forecasts till 2013
- Covers information on refineries in 115 countries across Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East and Africa, North America and South and Central America
- Quarterly Gross Refinery Margin trends for US Gulf Coast, US West Coast, US East Coast, North West Europe and Singapore markets from Q4, 2004 to Q2, 2009
- Comparison of regional refining industry based on contribution to global refining capacity (2000-13), average Nelson Complexity Index (2008) and refining industry growth (2000-13)
Refining, coking, fluid catalytic cracking and hydrocracking capacity market share of the key companies globally and in Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East and Africa, North America and South and Central America
- Analysis of the operations of the major refining companies including ExxonMobil Corporation, Royal Dutch Shell Plc, ConocoPhillips, Petroleo Brasileiro S.A, Eni S.p.A and LUKOIL Oil Company.
Reasons to buy
- The report will enhance your decision making capability in a more rapid and time sensitive manner.
- The research will allow you to identify prospective investment targets through a comprehensive update and discussion on new refineries, major processing units and capacity expansions of existing units across the globe
- Find the most attractive investment destination(s) for your business by comparing regional refining industries in Asia Pacific, Europe, North America, Middle East and Africa and South and Central America based on refinery complexity and capacity growth
- Decide on market entry strategies in specific markets with the help of an up-to-date review of existing and planned distillation and other major unit capacities for 756 active and planned refineries across 115 countries
- Plan your future investments in refining business by identifying gross refinery margin trends in each of the five major refining markets since 2004
- Benchmark yourself against major refining companies globally by leveraging on our detailed company analysis
- Gain insights into the strengths and weaknesses of your competitors based on market shares of key refining companies globally and also in in Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East and Africa, North America and South and Central America.