Malaysia Crude Oil Refinery Outlook to 2022

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  • Report
  • Region: Malaysia
  • 66 pages
  • GlobalData
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Malaysia Crude Oil Refinery Outlook to 2022

Summary

"Malaysia Crude Oil Refinery Outlook to 2022" is a comprehensive report on crude oil refinery industry in Malaysia. The report also provides details on oil refineries such as name, type, operational status, operator apart from capacity data for the major processing units, for all active and planned refineries in Malaysia for the period 2012-2022. Further, the report also offers recent developments, financial deals as well as latest contracts awarded in the country’s oil refinery industry.

Scope
  • Updated information related to all active and planned refineries in the country, including operator and equity details
  • Information on CDU, condensate splitter, coking, catalytic cracking and hydrocracking capacities by refinery in the country, where available
  • Key mergers and acquisitions, partnerships, private equity and IPOs in the country’s crude oil industry, where available
  • Latest developments, financial deals and awarded contracts related to crude oil refineries in the country
Reasons to buy
  • Gain a strong understanding of the country’s crude oil refining industry
  • Facilitate decision making on the basis of strong historic and forecast capacity data
  • Assess your competitor’s major crude oil refining assets and their performance in the country
  • Analyze the latest developments, financial deals and awarded contracts related to the country’s crude oil refining industry
  • Understand the country’s financial deals landscape by analyzing how competitors are financed, and the mergers and partnerships that have shaped the market
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1 Table of Contents
2. Introduction
2.1. What is This Report About?
2.2. Market Definition
3. Malaysia Refining Industry
3.1. Malaysia Refining Industry, Key Data
3.2. Malaysia Refining Industry, Overview
3.3. Malaysia Refining Industry, Total Refining Capacity
3.4. Malaysia Refining Industry, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity
3.5. Malaysia Refining Industry, Condensate Splitter Unit Capacity
3.6. Malaysia Refining Industry, Coking Capacity
3.7. Malaysia Refining Industry, Catalytic Cracking Capacity
3.8. Malaysia Refining Industry, Hydrocracking Capacity
3.9. Malaysia Refining Industry, Asset Details
3.9.1. Malaysia Refining Industry, Active Asset Details
3.9.2. Malaysia Refining Industry, Planned Asset Details
4. Recent Contracts
4.1. Detailed Contract Summary
4.1.1. Awarded Contracts
5. Financial Deals Landscape
5.1. Detailed Deal Summary
5.1.1. Acquisition
5.1.2. Debt Offerings
5.1.3. Partnerships
5.1.4. Asset Transactions
6. Recent Developments
6.1. Other Significant Developments
6.1.1. Aug 31, 2016: Pertamina Looks For Partner To Process Algerian And Malaysian Crude Oil
6.1.2. Dec 20, 2016: Konsortium Selects Hainan Zhenrong For $20bn Refinery Project In Malaysia
7. Appendix
7.1. Abbreviations
7.2. Methodology
7.2.1. Coverage
7.2.2. Secondary Research

List of Tables
Table 1: Refining Industry, Malaysia, Key Statistics, May 2017
Table 2: Refining Industry, Malaysia, Total Refining Capacity (mbd), 2012-2022
Table 3: Refining Industry, Malaysia, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity (mbd), 2012-2022
Table 4: Refining Industry, Malaysia, Condensate Splitter Unit Capacity (mbd), 2012-2022
Table 5: Refining Industry, Malaysia, Coking Unit Capacity (mbd), 2012-2022
Table 6: Refining Industry, Malaysia, Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity (mbd), 2012-2022
Table 7: Refining Industry, Malaysia, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity (mbd), 2012-2022
Table 8: Hainan Zhenrong Energy Secures Contract From Konsortium Asia Petrohub
Table 9: Bina Puri Sdn. Bhd., Secures Contract Worth Approximately MYR18 Million (US$4.35 Million) From Punj Lloyd Oil & Gas (Malaysia)
Table 10: Chu Kong Petroleum and Natural Gas Steel Pipe Holdings Secures Subcontract For The Supply Approximately 40,000 Tonnes Of Steel Pipes For The PETRONAS’s Refinery and Petrochemical Integrated Development (RAPID) Project In Johor, Malaysia.
Table 11: Bina Puri Secures Contract Worth Approximately MYR73 Million (US$18.03 Million) From Punj Lloyd Oil & Gas (Malaysia)
Table 12: Misi Setia Oil & Gas (MSOG) Received A Letter of Award for a 16-Month Piping Erection Subcontract Worth MYR46.75 Million (US$11 Million) From Petrofac E&C
Table 13: KNM Group Secures Contract Worth RM93 Million (US$23.2 Million) From Tecnicas Reunidas (TR)
Table 14: Sundyne Secures Contract To Provide HMD / Kontro Seal-Less Magnetic Drive API 685 Compliant Pumps To Replace The Existing API 610 Vertical Pumps With Single Seal Systems As Part Of Up Gradation Phase At Refinery In Malaysia.
Table 15: MECS Secures Contract From Petrofac For The Provision Of Sulfur-Removal Technology For Petronas’ Refinery and Petrochemical Integrated Development (RAPID) Complex At Pengerang In Southeastern Johor, Malaysia.
Table 16: Misi Setia Oil & Gas (MSOG) Secures 10-Month Subcontract Worth MYR18.62 Million (US$4.79 Million) From Petrofac E&C
Table 17: Barakah Offshore Petroleum Secures 20-Month Contract Worth RM84.1 Million (US$21.48 Million) From PRPC Utilities and Facilities.
Table 18: KHH Infrastructures Secures An Approximately 24-Month Contract Worth Approximately MYR57.77 Million (US$14.22 Million) From Sinopec Engineering Group (M)
Table 19: Enersul Secures Contract From Petrofac International (UAE)
Table 20: Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering Holdings (MHB) and China Huanqiu Contracting & Engineering Consortium Secures Contract From Technicas Reunidas
Table 21: KKB Engineering Secures Contract From PETRON Malaysia Refining & Marketing
Table 22: WCT Holdings Secures 28-Month Contract Worth Approximately MYR322.57 Million (US$74.58 Million) From PRPC Utilities and Facilities
Table 23: Shandong Hengyuan Completes Acquisition Of 51% Stake In Shell Refining From Shell Overseas For US$66.3 Million
Table 24: Petronas Completes Public Offering Of 4.5% Bonds, Due 2045, For US$1.5 Billion
Table 25: Petronas Completes Public Offering Of 3.5% Bonds, Due 2025, For US$1.5 Billion
Table 26: Petronas Completes Public Offering Of 3.125% Bonds, Due 2022, For US$750 Million
Table 27: Petronas Completes Public Offering Of 2.707% Bonds, Due 2020, For US$1.25 Billion
Table 28: Petronas Plans To Form Partnership With Saudi Aramco To Build Refinery In Malaysia
Table 29: Saudi Aramco To Acquire 50% Stake In RAPID Project In Malaysia From Petronas For Approximately US$7 Billion
Table 30: Shell Refining Plans To Sell Gas Refinery In Malaysia

List of Figures
Figure 1: Refining Industry, Malaysia, Total Refining Capacity (mbd), 2012-2022

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