Mexico Crude Oil Refinery Outlook to 2022

  • ID: 4318307
  • Report
  • Region: Mexico
  • 54 pages
  • GlobalData
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Mexico Crude Oil Refinery Outlook to 2022

Summary

"Mexico Crude Oil Refinery Outlook to 2022" is a comprehensive report on crude oil refinery industry in Mexico. 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 refineries in Mexico 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 refineries in the country, including operator and equity details
  • Information on CDU, 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. Mexico Refining Industry
3.1. Mexico Refining Industry, Key Data
3.2. Mexico Refining Industry, Overview
3.3. Mexico Refining Industry, Total Refining Capacity
3.4. Mexico Refining Industry, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity
3.5. Mexico Refining Industry, Coking Capacity
3.6. Mexico Refining Industry, Catalytic Cracking Capacity
3.7. Mexico Refining Industry, Hydrocracking Capacity
3.8. Mexico Refining Industry, Asset Details
3.8.1. Mexico Refining Industry, Active 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. Debt Offerings
5.1.2. Asset Transactions
6. Recent Developments
6.1. Other Significant Developments
6.1.1. Apr 04, 2017: Pemex Plans To Form Alliances For Hydrogen Plants At Mexican Refineries
6.1.2. Jan 25, 2017: Pemex: Inauguration Of Tula Training Centre In Miguel Hidalgo Refinery
6.1.3. May 30, 2016: Pemex Takes Mexico's Salamanca Refinery Units Back Online
6.1.4. Apr 14, 2016: Exxon Mobil Ships Crude From Julia Field To Rotterdam Refinery
6.1.5. Apr 08, 2016: Ecopetrol To Buy Four Crude Oil Cargoes For Cartagena Refinery
6.1.6. Mar 31, 2016: Pemex May See 6.3% Increase In Crude Oil Processing In 2016
6.1.7. Mar 29, 2016: Mexico's Pemex In Process Of Restarting Catalytic Plant Of Salamanca Refinery
6.1.8. Jan 27, 2016: Pemex Looks For Private Partners To Enhance Margins At Mexican Refineries
6.2. New Contracts Announcements
6.2.1. Feb 23, 2017: Pemex Finalises its First Alliance In Refinery Auxiliary Services For Supply Of Hydrogen
6.2.2. Nov 18, 2015: ICA Fluor Awarded Miguel Hidalgo Refinery Upgrade Contract In Mexico
7. Appendix
7.1. Abbreviations
7.2. Methodology
7.2.1. Coverage
7.2.2. Secondary Research
7.3. Contact
7.4. Disclaimer

List of Tables
Table 1: Refining Industry, Mexico, Key Statistics, May 2017
Table 2: Refining Industry, Mexico, Total Refining Capacity (mbd), 2012-2022
Table 3: Refining Industry, Mexico, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity (mbd), 2012-2022
Table 4: Refining Industry, Mexico, Coking Unit Capacity (mbd), 2012-2022
Table 5: Refining Industry, Mexico, Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity (mbd), 2012-2022
Table 6: Refining Industry, Mexico, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity (mbd), 2012-2022
Table 7: ICA Fluor Secures Contract From Pemex Transformacion Industrial
Table 8: Tecnicas Reunidas Secures Three-Year Contract Worth Approximately US$800 Million From Pemex Transformacion Industrial
Table 9: Samsung Ingenieria DUBA Awarded A Contract Worth Approximately KRW229.96 Billion (US$196.26 Million)
Table 10: Samsung Engineering Secures Contract Worth US$552 Million From Pemex Transformacion Industrial
Table 11: ICA Fluor Secures Contract Worth US$1.1 Billion From Pemex Transformacion Industrial
Table 12: IKM Secures Contract From Sener and Obrascon Huarte Lain (OHL)
Table 13: Maverick Terminals Secures Contract From PMI
Table 14: SENER Engineering and Technology Secures Contract From Samsung Engineering
Table 15: Pemex Completes Public Offering Of 2.51% Notes, Due 2021 For US$1.86 Billion
Table 16: Pemex Completes Public Offering Of 3.84% Notes, Due 2024 For US$1.33 Billion
Table 17: Pemex Completes Public Offering Of 6.625% Bonds, Due 2026 For US$3 Billion
Table 18: Pemex Completes Public Offering Of Floating Rate Bonds, Due 2021 For US$1 Billion
Table 19: Pemex Completes Private Placement Of 0.54% Bonds, Due 2026 For US$760 Million
Table 20: Pemex Plans To Sell Majority Stake In Six Refineries In Mexico

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