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The Future of the South and Central America Oil Market, Forecasts and Trends to 2015 - Huge Offshore Finds Drive Investment Opportunities

  • Published: June 2010
  • Region: America, Central America, Latin America, North America
  • 76 Pages
  • GBI Research

“The Future of the South and Central America Oil Market, Forecasts and Trends to 2015 - Huge Offshore Finds Drive Investment Opportunities” The study, which is an offering from the company’s Energy Research Group, provides an in-depth analysis of the crude oil market in South and Central America and highlights the various concerns, shifting trends and major players in the region. The report provides forecasts for the Exploration and Production (E&P) industry, crude oil pipeline industry, crude oil storage industry, refining industry and crude oil consumption in South and Central America to 2015. The report also provides segmental forecasts of the crude oil market in South and Central America and highlights the major countries in the region. The report provides in-depth analysis of the key trends and challenges in the crude oil market in the region. An analysis of the competitive scenario and capital expenditure analysis for the region are also provided for each of the market segments.

The report is built using the data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GBI Research’s team of READ MORE >

1 TOC
1.1 List of Tables
1.2 List of Figures

2 The Future Of The South And Central America Crude Oil Market To 2015
2.1 Report Guidance

3 South And Central American Crude Oil Industry - Overview
3.1 South And Central America Crude Oil Industry, Key Trends And Challenges
3.1.1 South And Central America Is Emerging As A Major Crude Oil Producing Region In The World
3.1.2 Increase In Offshore Production Is Expected To Drive The Growth Of The Crude Oil Storage Industry In The Region
3.1.3 Downturn In The Global Refining Industry And A Need To Process Heavy Crude Oil Are The Key Factors Affecting The Refining Sector In The Region
3.1.4 National Oil Companies Are Playing An Increasingly Significant Role In The South And Central American Crude Oil Industry
3.1.5 Resource Nationalization And Pro-NOC Fiscal Regimes Acting As A Key Barrier For International Oil And Gas Companies
3.2 South And Central America, Deal Analysis, Q1 2007 To Q2 2010
3.3 South And Central America Crude Oil Industry, Capital Expenditure Analysis, 2005 – 2010
3.3.1 Huge Investments By National Oil Companies Will Drive The Growth Of Capital Expenditure In The Region

4 South And Central America Exploration And Production Industry To 2015
4.1 Industry Overview
4.2 South And Central America Crude Oil Exploration And Production Industry To 2015
4.2.1 South And Central America Crude Oil Reserves, 2008
4.2.2 South And Central America Crude Oil Production, 2000 - 2015
4.3 Geographic Analysis Of The South And Central American Crude Oil Market
4.3.1 South And Central America Crude Oil Reserves, By Country
4.3.2 South And Central America Crude Oil Production, By Country
4.4 Key Trends And Challenges In The South And Central American Exploration And Production Industry
4.4.1 Presence Of Huge Reserves In South And Central American Region Will Drive The Growth Of The Exploration And Production Sector
4.4.2 National Oil Companies Are Expected To Continue To Dominate The Exploration And Production Sector In The South And Central American Region
4.4.3 Resource Nationalization Acting As A Key Barrier For International Oil And Gas Companies In The South And Central American Region
4.4.4 Changes In Energy Regulations And Fiscal Regimes Strengthening The Move Towards Resource Nationalization
4.4.5 Drop In Commodity Prices And Tightening Of Investments Driving The South And Central American Countries To Increase Foreign Partnerships
4.4.6 South And Central America Is Expected To Be Among The Top Regions For Offshore Drilling Expenditure By 2015
4.5 South And Central America Exploration And Production Industry, Competitive Scenario, 2009
4.6 South And Central America, Recent Discoveries, 2005 - 2010
4.7 South And Central America, Exploration And Production Capital Expenditure Analysis, 2005 - 2010
4.8 Major Planned Exploration and Production Projects To 2015

5 South And Central America Crude Oil Pipeline Industry To 2015
5.1 Industry Overview
5.2 South and Central America Pipeline Industry To 2015
5.2.1 South And Central America Pipeline Industry, Key Statistics
5.3 Geographic Analysis Of The South And Central American Pipeline Industry
5.4 South And Central America Pipeline Industry, Key Trends And Challenges
5.4.1 National Oil Companies Dominate The Crude Oil Pipeline Industry In South And Central America
5.4.2 Rise Of Resource Nationalism Is A Key Challenge For The International Companies To Increase Their Presence In The Region
5.5 South And Central America Pipeline Industry, Competitive Scenario, 2009
5.6 South And Central America, Planned Crude Oil Pipelines To 2015
5.7 South And Central America, Pipeline Capital Expenditure Analysis, 2005 - 2010

6 South And Central America Crude Oil Storage Industry To 2015
6.1 Industry Overview
6.2 South And Central American Crude Oil Storage Industry To 2015
6.3 South And Central American Crude Oil Storage Industry, Geographic Analysis
6.4 South And Central American Crude Oil Storage Industry, Key Trends And Challenges
6.4.1 Lack Of Technical Expertise And Tightening Of The Credit Market Might Increase Public-Private Partnerships In The Storage Industry
6.4.2 Narrowing Oil Contango In 2010 Will Result In A Decline In Revenues For Storage Operators That Profiteered From Short-Term Storage Contracts During 2009
6.4.3 Increase In Brazil Offshore Crude Oil Production Expected To Have A Positive Influence On The South And Central American Crude Oil Storage Industry
6.5 South And Central American Crude Oil Storage Industry, Competitive Scenario, 2009
6.6 South And Central America, Crude Oil Storage Industry Capital Expenditure Analysis, 2005 - 2010

7 South And Central America Refining Industry To 2015
7.1 Industry Overview
7.2 South And Central American Refining Industry To 2015
7.3 South And Central American Refining Industry, Geographic Analysis
7.4 South And Central American Refining Industry, Analysis By Type
7.4.1 Coking Capacity, 2000 – 2015
7.4.2 Hydrocracking Capacity, 2000 - 2015
7.4.3 Fluid Catalytic Cracking (FCC) Capacity, 2000 – 2015
7.5 South And Central American Refining Industry, Key Trends And Challenges
7.5.1 NOC’s Will Play a Significant Role in the Refining Industry in South and Central America
7.5.2 Need To Process Heavy-Sour Crude Driving The Refineries To Acquire New Capabilities
7.5.3 Global Refining Margins Will Remain Low Thereby Posing A Major Challenge For The Refiners In South And Central America
7.6 South And Central American Refining Industry, Competitive Scenario, 2009
7.7 South And Central American Refining Industry, Major Planned Projects To 2015
7.7.1 Cabruta Refinery
7.7.2 Pernambuco Refinery
7.8 South And Central American Midstream And Downstream Industry, Capital Expenditure Analysis
7.9 South And Central American Refined Product Outlook, 2009
7.9.1 Refined Product Production
7.9.2 Refined Product Consumption

8 South And Central America Crude Oil Consumption To 2015
8.1 South And Central America, Crude Oil Consumption, 2000 - 2015
8.2 South And Central America, Crude Oil Consumption, Geographic Analysis
8.3 South And Central America, Crude Oil Consumption, Key Trends
8.3.1 Increase In The Crude Oil Consumption In Brazil Will Drive The Growth In The Region

9 Appendix
9.1 Methodology
9.1.1 Coverage
9.1.2 Secondary Research
9.1.3 Primary Research
9.1.4 Expert Panel Validation
9.2 Abbreviations
9.3 Contact Us
9.4 About the authors
9.5 Disclaimer

1.1 List of Tables

Table 1: South and Central America, Deal Analysis, Number of Deals, Q1 2007 – Q2 2010
Table 2: South and Central America, Deal Analysis, Deal Value ($m), Q1 2007 – Q2 2010
Table 3: South and Central America, Capital Expenditure, by Sector ($m), 2005 – 2010
Table 4: South and Central America National Oil Companies, Planned Capex ($bn), 2010
Table 5: South and Central America, Growth in Oil Reserves (Bn Barrels), 2000-2008
Table 6: South and Central America, Growth in Crude Oil Production (Million Barrels), 2000-2015
Table 7: South and Central America, Oil Reserves, By Country (Bn Barrels), 2008
Table 8: South and Central America, Growth in Oil Production, By Country (Million Barrels), 2000-2015
Table 9: South and Central American Oil Market, % Share of National Oil Companies in Production, by Country, 2009
Table 10: South and Central America, Offshore Drilling Expenditure ($ bn), 2000-2015
Table 11: South and Central America, Top Companies by Crude Oil Production (Million Barrels), 2009
Table 12: South and Central America, Number of Oil Discoveries, by Country, 2005-2010
Table 13: Brazil, Santos Basin, Details of Pre-Salt Discoveries, 2009
Table 14: Colombia, Oil Discoveries, 2010
Table 15: South and Central America, Exploration and Production Capital Expenditure ($ Bn), 2005-2010
Table 16: South and Central America, Exploration and Production, Major Planned Projects to 2015
Table 17: South and Central America, Active Crude Oil Pipeline, 2009
Table 18: South and Central America, Crude Oil Pipeline, Key Statistics, 2009
Table 19: South and Central America , Crude Oil Pipeline Length (Km), 2009
Table 20: South and Central America, Crude Oil Pipelines (km), Major Companies, 2009
Table 21: South and Central America, Crude Oil Pipelines, Capital Expenditure ($m), 2005 - 2010
Table 22: South and Central America, Crude Oil Storage Capacity (thousand m3), 2000 - 2015
Table 23: South and Central America, Crude Oil Storage Capacity, by Country (thousand m3), 2000 - 2015
Table 24: South and Central America, Crude Oil Storage Industry, Competitive Scenario (thousand m3), 2009
Table 25: South and Central America, Crude Oil Storage Industry, Capacity Share, by Company, 2009
Table 26: South and Central America, Crude Oil Storage Industry, Capital Expenditure ($m), 2005 - 2010
Table 27: South and Central America, Refining Capacity (MMTPA), 2000 - 2015
Table 28: South and Central America, Refining Capacity, by Country (MMTPA), 2000 - 2015
Table 29: South and Central America, Coking Capacity (MMTPA), 2000 - 2015
Table 30: South and Central America, Hydrocracking Capacity (MMTPA), 2000 - 2015
Table 31: South and Central America, FCC Capacity (MMTPA), 2000 - 2015
Table 32: South and Central American Oil Market, NOCs, Domination in Refining Sector, 2009
Table 33: South and Central America, Refining Capacity by Company (MMTPA), 2000 - 2015
Table 34: South and Central America, Planned Refinery Projects, 2010-2015
Table 35: South and Central America, Refining Capital Expenditure ($m), 2005 - 2010
Table 36: South and Central America, Refined Product Production, Top Three Countries, by Type (%), 2009
Table 37: South and Central America, Refined Product Consumption, Top Three Countries, by Type (%), 2009
Table 38: South and Central America, Crude Oil Consumption (Mn Barrels), 2000 - 2015
Table 39: South and Central America, Crude Oil Consumption (Mn Barrels), By Country, 2000 - 2015

1.2 List of Figures

Figure 1: South and Central America, Deal Analysis, Number of Deals, Q1 2007 – Q2 2010
Figure 2: South and Central America, Deal Analysis, Deal Value ($m), Q1 2007 – Q2 2010
Figure 3: South and Central America, Capital Expenditure, by Sector ($m), 2005 – 2010
Figure 4: South and Central America National Oil Companies, Planned Capex ($bn), 2010
Figure 5: South and Central America, Growth in Oil Reserves (Bn Barrels), 2000-2008
Figure 6: South and Central America, Growth in Crude Oil Production (Million Barrels), 2000-2015
Figure 7: South and Central America, Oil Reserves, By Country (Bn Barrels), 2008
Figure 8: South and Central America, Growth in Oil Production, By Country (Million Barrels), 2000-2015
Figure 9: South and Central American Oil Companies, % of Global Reserves and Production, 2009
Figure 10:South and Central American Oil Market, % Share of National Oil Companies in Production, by Country, 2009
Figure 11: South and Central America, Offshore Drilling Expenditure ($ bn), 2000-2015
Figure 12: South and Central America, Top Companies by Crude Oil Production (Million Barrels), 2009
Figure 13: South and Central America, Number of Oil Discoveries, by Country, 2005-2010
Figure 14: South and Central America, Exploration and Production Capital Expenditure ($ Bn), 2005-2010
Figure 15: South and Central America, Crude Oil Pipeline Length (km), 2009
Figure 16: South and Central America, Crude Oil Pipelines (km), Major Companies, 2009
Figure 17: South and Central America, Crude Oil Pipelines, Capital Expenditure ($m), 2005 - 2010
Figure 18: South and Central America, Crude Oil Storage Capacity (thousand m3), 2000 - 2015
Figure 19: South and Central America, Crude Oil Storage Capacity, by Country (thousand m3), 2000 - 2015
Figure 20: South and Central America, Crude Oil Storage Industry, Competitive Scenario (thousand m3), 2009
Figure 21: South and Central America, Crude Oil Storage Industry, Capacity Share (%), by Company, 2009
Figure 22: South and Central America, Crude Oil Storage Industry, Capital Expenditure ($m), 2005 - 2010
Figure 23: South and Central America, Refining Capacity (MMTPA), 2000 - 2015
Figure 24:South and Central America, Refining Capacity, by Country (MMTPA), 2000 - 2015
Figure 25: South and Central America, Coking Capacity (MMTPA), 2000 - 2015
Figure 26: South and Central America, Hydrocracking Capacity (MMTPA), 2000 - 2015
Figure 27: South and Central America, FCC Capacity (MMTPA), 2000 - 2015
Figure 28: South and Central America, Refining Capacity by Company (MMTPA), 2000 - 2015
Figure 29: South and Central American Oil Market, Refining Capital Expenditure ($m), 2005 - 2010
Figure 30: South and Central America, Refined Product Production, Top Three Countries, by Type (%), 2009
Figure 31: South and Central America, Refined Product Consumption, Top Three Countries, by Type (%), 2009
Figure 32: South and Central America, Crude Oil Consumption (Mn Barrels), 2000 - 2015
Figure 33: South and Central America, Crude Oil Consumption (Mn Barrels), By Country, 2000 - 2015
Figure 34: GBI Research Methodology, 2010

“The Future of the South and Central America Oil Market, Forecasts and Trends to 2015 - Huge Offshore Finds Drive Investment Opportunities” provides an in-depth analysis of the crude oil market in South and Central America and highlights the various concerns, shifting trends and major players in the region. The report provides forecasts for the Exploration and Production (E&P) industry, crude oil pipeline industry, crude oil storage industry, refining industry and crude oil consumption in South and Central America to 2015. The report also provides segmental forecasts of the crude oil market in South and Central America and highlights the major countries in the region. The report provides in-depth analysis of the key trends and challenges in the crude oil market in the region. An analysis of the competitive scenario and capital expenditure analysis for the region are also provided for each of the market segments. The report is built using the data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by a team of industry experts.

Presence Of Huge Reserves In South And Central American Region Will Drive The Growth Of The Exploration And Production Sector

The huge proved oil and gas reserves in South and Central America and its potential have made the region a lucrative investment destination for global oil and gas majors. The vast heavy oil reserves in Venezuela, the huge sub-salt finds in Brazil and the increasing number of discoveries in Colombia has reinforced the huge potential of the region.

The region accounted for approximately 14% of the global oil and gas reserves and about 12% of the total oil and gas production in 2009. Consequently, with an expected increase in oil and gas reserves in the region and increased E&P activities, the share of this region in the global oil and gas supply is expected to increase in the coming years.

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