H2 2016 Global Capacity and Capital Expenditure Outlook for Refineries - Projects Stalling Slow Momentum for New Build Refining Capacity

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H2 2016 Global Capacity and Capital Expenditure Outlook for Refineries - Projects Stalling Slow Momentum for New Build Refining Capacity

Summary

Globally the refinery industry is set to witness a growth of around 16.7% during the 2016-2020 period. The total global CDU capacity is expected to increase to over 100 mmbd by 2020. Asia is expected to lead the growth in the industry with proposed capital spending of more than US$140 billion outlined for more than 40 planned (new-build) refineries. The total capacity addition in the region is expected to be more than 5,000 mbd. Nakhodka, Okporoma, Shanghai II and Pengerang will be the top refineries in the world in terms of capital spending, while Merapoh, Lagos I and Al-Zour are expected to be the top three refineries in terms of capacity additions.

Scope

- Refinery crude distillation unit capacity data by region for the period 2010 to 2020
- Annual breakdown of capital expenditure spending on refineries for the period 2016 to 2020
- Global planned (new build) refinery capacity additions and capital expenditure spending by key countries and operators
- Capital expenditure spending on planned (new build) refineries by key countries and operators in a region
- Details of all planned (new build) refineries in the world up to 2020

Reasons to buy

- Obtain the most up to date information available on refineries globally
- Identify growth segments and opportunities in the industry
- Facilitate decision making on the basis of strong historical, and outlook of planned refinery capacity data
- Develop business strategies with the help of specific insights about the planned refineries globally
- Keep abreast of key planned refinery projects across the world
- Assess your competitor’s planned refinery projects and capacities
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1.1 List of Tables

1.2 List of Figures

2 Global Refining Industry

2.1 Key Highlights

2.2 New Project Announcements

2.3 Major Project Cancellations

2.4 Major Stalled Projects

2.5 CDU Capacity Additions Through New and Existing Units by Region

2.6 Coking Capacity Additions Through New and Existing Units by Region

2.7 FCC Capacity Additions Through New and Existing Units by Region

2.8 Hydrocracking Capacity Additions Through New and Existing Units by Region

2.9 Planned (New-Build) Refineries in the World

2.10 Stalled (New-Build) Refineries in the World

2.11 Major Refinery Operators in the World by Planned Capacity

3 Appendix

3.1 Abbreviations

3.2 Methodology

3.2.1 Coverage

3.2.2 Secondary Research

3.3 Disclaimer

1.1 List of Tables

Table 1: Total Refinery CDU Capacity by Region (mmbd)

Table 2: Total Capex Spending on New-Build Refineries by Region (US$ bil)

Table 3: CDU Capacity Additions Through New Units by Region (mbd)

Table 4: CDU Capacity Additions Through Expansion of Existing Units by Region (mbd)

Table 5: Coking Capacity Additions Through New Units by Region (mbd)

Table 6: Coking Capacity Additions Through Expansion of Existing Units by Region (mbd)

Table 7: FCC Capacity Additions Through New Units by Region (mbd)

Table 8: FCC Capacity Additions Through Expansion of Existing Units by Region (mbd)

Table 9: Hydrocracking Capacity Additions Through New Units by Region (mbd)

Table 10: FCC Capacity Additions Through New Units by Region (mbd)

Table 11: Planned (New-Build) Refineries in the World

Table 12: Planned (New-Build) Refineries in the World (Contd.1)

Table 13: Planned (New-Build) Refineries in the World (Contd.2)

Table 14: Planned (New-Build) Refineries in the World (Contd.3)

Table 15: Planned (New-Build) Refineries in the World (Contd.4)

Table 16: Stalled (New-Build) Refineries in the World

Table 17: Stalled (New-Build) Refineries in the World (Contd.)

1.2 List of Figures

Figure 1: Global Map of Planned Refineries

Figure 2: Total Refinery CDU Capacity by Region (mmbd)

Figure 3: Planned Refinery CDU Capacity Additions by Key Countries (mbd)

Figure 4: Planned Refinery CDU Capacity Additions by Key Operators (mbd)

Figure 5: Total Capex Spending on New-Build Refineries by Region (US$ bil)

Figure 6: Total Capex Spending on New-Build Refineries by Key Countries (US$ bil)

Figure 7: Total Capex Spending on New-Build Refineries by Key Operators (US$ bil)

Figure 8: Capex Spending on New-Build Refineries in Africa by Key Countries (US$ bil)

Figure 9: Capex Spending on New-Build Refineries in Africa by Key Operators (US$ bil)

Figure 10: Capex Spending on New-Build Refineries in Asia by Key Countries (US$ bil)

Figure 11: Capex Spending on New-Build Refineries in Asia by Key Operators (US$ bil)

Figure 12: Capex Spending on New-Build Refineries in Europe by Country (US$ mil)

Figure 13: Capex Spending on New-Build Refineries in Europe by Operator (US$ mil)

Figure 14: Capex Spending on New-Build Refineries in FSU by Key Countries (US$ bil)

Figure 15: Capex Spending on New-Build Refineries in FSU by Key Operators (US$ bil)

Figure 16: Capex Spending on New-Build Refineries in the Middle East by Country (US$ bil)

Figure 17: Capex Spending on New-Build Refineries in the Middle East by Key Operators (US$ bil)

Figure 18: Capex Spending on New-Build Refineries in North America by Country (US$ bil)

Figure 19: Capex Spending on New-Build Refineries in North America by Key Operators (US$ bil)

Figure 20: Capex Spending on New-Build Refineries in South America by Country (US$ bil)

Figure 21: Capex Spending on New-Build Refineries in South America by Operator (US$ bil)

Figure 22: Capex Spending on New-Build Refineries in Oceania by Country (US$ mil)

Figure 23: Capex Spending on New-Build Refineries in Oceania by Operator (US$ mil)

Figure 24: China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation, Active and Planned Capacity (mbd)

Figure 25: Merapoh Resources Sdn Bhd, Active and Planned Capacity (mbd)

Figure 26: Dangote Group, Active and Planned Capacity (mbd)

Figure 27: Petrochina Company Limited, Active and Planned Capacity (mbd)

Figure 28: Kuwait National Petroleum Company, Active and Planned Capacity (mbd)
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