Heavy Crude Oil: A Global Analysis & Outlook to 2035

  • ID: 1878098
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • Hart Energy Publishing
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The only report available to help you understand each region of the world from the Canadian oil sands, Mexico and the Orinoco, to China's reserves, offshore Brazil fields, developments in the Middle East and more...

THE REPORT PROVIDES

Country-by-country analysis

- Companies and projects
- Capital and operating costs
- Outlook for short/medium and long term projects to 2035 in 5-year increments - the study differentiates between a short/medium project scenario and a long-term project scenario i.e. more speculative projects that will start after 2020.
- Disposition, export volumes and infrastructure by region

Impact of heavy crude on global liquid supplies

NEW THIS YEAR - comparative costs by region: development capital costs, operating, blending and transportation costs…

- Includes maps of heavy oil basins and existing heavy oil pipelines

Key Benefits

- Obtain capacity, costs and timing of new and producing projects and their operators
- Reduce planning uncertainties with our production forecasts separating short/medium and long-term projects
- Compare costs in different regions and with other unconventional liquids sources
- Understand price differentials and key drivers
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I. Executive Summary

II. Introduction and Global Context
II.1 Definitions
II.2 Resources and Reserves
II.3 Recoveries and Production Techniques

III. North America
III.1 Canada
III.1.1 History and Description of the Resource
III.1.2 Companies and Projects
III.1.3 Upgrading and Synthetic Crude Oil
III.1.4 Blending
III.1.5 Costs and Economics
III.1.6 Outlook
III.1.7 Environmental Impacts
III.2 Mexico
III.3 United States
III.3.1 Companies, Projects and Costs
III.3.2 Long-Term Potential
III.3.3 Outlook
III.4 North American Crude Oil Pipelines
III.5 North America Heavy Oil Disposition

IV. South and Central America IV.1 Brazil
IV.1.1 Projects, Companies and Costs
IV.1.2 Outlook
IV.1.3 Infrastructure and Exports
IV.2 Venezuela
IV.2.1 Projects, Companies and Costs
IV.2.1.1 Orinoco Current Joint Venture Projects
IV.2.1.1 Future Orinoco Projects
IV.2.2 Outlook
IV.2.3 Long-Term Potential
IV.2.4 Infrastructure, Exports and Consumption
IV.3 Colombia, Ecuador and Peru
IV.3.1 Colombia
IV.3.2 Ecuador
IV.2.3 Peru
IV.5 Disposition

V. Middle East
V.1 Oman
V.1.1 Companies, Projects and Costs
V.1.2 Outlook
V.1.3 Exports and Consumption
V.2 Iran
V.2.1 Companies, Projects and Costs
V.2.2 Outlook
V.2.3 Exports and Consumption
V.3 Iraq
V.3.1 Companies, Projects and Costs
V.3.2 Outlook
V.3.3 Exports and Consumption
V.4 Kuwait
V.4.1 Companies, Projects and Costs
V.4.2 Outlook
V.4.3 Exports and Consumption
V.5 Saudi Arabia and Bahrain
V.5.1 Companies, Projects and Costs
V.5.2 Outlook
V.5.3 Exports and Consumption
V.6 Syria
V.6.1 Companies, Projects and Costs
V.6.2 Outlook
V.6.3 Exports and Consumption
V.7 Infrastructure and disposition

VI. Asia Pacific
VI.1 China
VI.1.1 Companies and Projects
VI.1.2 Outlook
VI.1.3 Consumption and Infrastructure
VI.2 Indonesia
VI.2.1 Companies and Projects
VI.2.2 Infrastructure and Consumption
VI.3 India
VI.4 Asia Pacific Heavy Oil Disposition

VII. Africa
VII.1 Angola
VII.1.1 Companies and Projects
VII.2 Chad and Cameroon
VII.2.1 Companies and Projects
VII.3 Congo
VII.4 Egypt
VII.4.1 Companies and Projects
VII.5 Madagascar
VII.5.1 Companies and Projects
VII.6 Nigeria
VII.7 Other Countries
VII.8 Outlook
VII.9 Consumption, Exports and Infrastructure
VII.10 Africa Heavy Oil Disposition

VIII. Europe, Russia and Central Asia
VIII.1 North Sea
VIII.1.1 Companies, Projects and Costs
VIII.1.2 Long-Term Heavy Oil Prospects
VIII.1.4 Outlook
VIII.1.5 Infrastructure, Consumption and Exports
VIII.2 Continental Europe
VIII.3 Russia
VIII.3.1 Companies and Projects
VIII.3.2 Outlook
VIII.4 Kazakhstan
VIII.4.1 Companies and Projects
VIII.4.2 Outlook
VIII.5 Europe, Russia and Central Asia Infrastructure and Disposition

IX. Heavy Crude Value and Pricing
IX.1 Valuation of Crudes in the Refining market
IX.2 Heavy crude oil process and commercial implications for the refining industry
IX.3 Heavy Crude Oil Prices and Differentials
IX.4 Pricing Outlook

X. Summary: Impact on Global Liquid Supplies and Global Disposition
X.1 Heavy Oil Costs and Comparison with Other Crude Sources
X.2 Global Outlook and Impact on Supplies
X.3 Global Crude Disposition Summar
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Terry Higgins

Higgins is Executive Director, Global Refining and Special Studies, at Hart Energy, and has more than 30 years of refining experience. He served as Technical Director for NPRA for 14 years and also worked with TEXACO, HESS, and US DOE. He is the recipient of NPRA’s 2010 Peter G. Andrews Lifetime Service Award.

Laura Atkins PRINCIPAL AUTHOR

Director, Petroleum Research Atkins has more than 25 years experience in the oil industry. She served as a Senior Research Analyst for OPEC studying energy technologies affecting oil demand, as well as for ARCO and AMOCO, in the US, Alaska and the Middle East.

Rodrigo Favela

Executive Director, Refining, Planning and Evaluation 20+ years experience in refining and planning, including with Pemex. MSc Process and Systems Design from Imperial College, University of London; BS in Chemical Engineering from Universidad Autonoma de Mexico; Finance and Executive Programs from ITAM and IPADE, Mexico .
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