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H1 2019 Global Capacity and Capital Expenditure Outlook for Refineries - China Leads Global Refinery Capex and Capacity Additions

  • ID: 4758562
  • Report
  • February 2019
  • Region: Global, China
  • 50 pages
  • GlobalData
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H1 2019 Global Capacity and Capital Expenditure Outlook for Refineries - China Leads Global Refinery Capex and Capacity Additions

Summary

Global Refinery CDU capacity is expected to reach 121.3 mmbd by 2023, a total growth of 17.5% during the 2019-2023 outlook period. China is expected to lead the global refinery industry in terms of capex as well as crude distillation unit (CDU) capacity additions during the outlook period 2019-2023. Continual industrial growth and high demand from the transportation sector is primarily driving China’s CDU capacity growth. The CDU capacity additions will also enable the country to strengthen its petroleum products exports.

Among regions, Asia is expected to add the highest CDU capacity of 6,801 mbd in 2023. The region is also expected to spend US$216.7bn on new-build (planned and announced) refineries during the outlook period.

Africa is the second highest among the regions in terms of CDU capacity additions. Within the region, 12 countries are expected to add 4,074 mbd of CDU capacity in 2023. Nigeria, Angola and South Africa are expected to be the major contributors with capacity additions of 2,030 mbd, 798 mbd and 400 mbd, respectively. The region plans to spend around US$121bn on the new-build refineries between 2019 and 2023.

The report, "H1 2019 Global Capacity and Capital Expenditure Outlook for Refineries - China Leads Global Refinery Capex and Capacity Additions", reveals that China is expected to add 3,121 thousand barrels per day (mbd) of CDU capacity, the highest among all the countries, through 10 new-build refineries. Nigeria follows next with 2,030 mbd of CDU capacity addition through 31 refineries by 2023.

Among the upcoming refineries, the Dayushan Island refinery in China, the Lagos I refinery in Nigeria, and the Al-Zour refinery in Kuwait are the top three upcoming refineries globally in terms of CDU capacity by 2023. The Dayushan Island refinery will have capacity of 800 mbd, followed by Lagos I with 650 mbd and Al-Zour with 615 mbd.

Scope
  • Refinery crude distillation unit (CDU) capacity data by region for the period 2013 to 2023
  • Annual breakdown of new-build capital expenditure on refineries for the period 2019 to 2023
  • Global planned and announced (new build) CDU capacity additions by key countries and companies
  • Capital expenditure spending on planned and announced (new build) refineries by key countries and companies in a region
  • Key details of all planned and announced (new build) refineries globally up to 2023.
Reasons to Buy
  • Obtain the most up to date information available on refineries globally
  • Identify growth segments and opportunities in the global refinery industry
  • Facilitate decision making on the basis of strong historical, and outlook of planned CDU capacity data
  • Develop business strategies with the help of specific insights about the planned refineries globally
  • Keep abreast of key global planned refinery projects
  • Assess your competitor’s planned refinery projects and CDU capacities.
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1 Table of Contents
1.1. List of tables
1.2. List of figures

2. Global Refining Industry Outlook to 2023
2.1. Key Highlights
2.2. Key Project Announcements
2.3. Project Cancellations
2.4. Key Stalled Projects
2.5. Planned and Announced Refineries by Region
2.6. Global Refinery CDU Capacity and Capex Outlook
2.6.1. Global Refinery CDU Capacity by Region
2.6.2. Planned and Announced Refinery CDU Capacity Additions by Key Countries
2.6.3. Planned and Announced Refinery CDU Capacity Additions by Key Companies
2.6.4. New-Build Capex on Planned and Announced Refineries by Region
2.6.5. New-Build Capex on Planned and Announced Refineries by Key Countries
2.6.6. New-Build Capex on Planned and Announced Refineries by Key Companies
2.7. Regional Capex Outlook by Country and Company
2.7.1. New-Build Capex on Africa’s Planned and Announced Refineries by Key Countries
2.7.2. New-Build Capex on Africa’s Planned and Announced Refineries by Key Companies
2.7.3. New-Build Capex on Asia’s Planned and Announced Refineries by Key Countries
2.7.4. New-Build Capex on Asia’s Planned and Announced Refineries by Key Companies
2.7.5. New-Build Capex on Caribbean’s Planned and Announced Refineries by Country
2.7.6. New-Build Capex on Caribbean’s Planned and Announced Refineries by Company
2.7.7. New-Build Capex on FSU’s Planned and Announced Refineries by Key Countries
2.7.8. New-Build Capex on FSU’s Planned and Announced Refineries by Key Companies
2.7.9. New-Build Capex on Middle East’s Planned and Announced Refineries by Key Countries
2.7.10. New-Build Capex on Middle East’s Planned and Announced Refineries by Key Companies
2.7.11. New-Build Capex on North America’s Planned and Announced Refineries by Key Countries
2.7.12. New-Build Capex on North America’s Planned and Announced Refineries by Key Companies
2.7.13. New-Build Capex on South America’s Planned and Announced Refineries by Key Countries
2.7.14. New-Build Capex on South America’s Planned and Announced Refineries by Key Companies
2.8. CDU Capacity Additions through New and Existing Units by Region
2.8.1. CDU Capacity Additions through New Units by Region
2.8.2. CDU Capacity Additions through Expansion of Existing Units by Region
2.9. Coking Capacity Additions through New and Existing Units by Region
2.9.1. Coking Capacity Additions through New Units by Region
2.9.2. Coking Capacity Additions through Expansion of Existing Units by Region
2.10. FCC Capacity Additions through New and Existing Units by Region
2.10.1. FCC Capacity Additions through New Units by Region
2.10.2. FCC Capacity Additions through Expansion of Existing Units by Region
2.11. Hydrocracking Capacity Additions through New and Existing Units by Region
2.11.1. Hydrocracking Capacity Additions through New Units by Region
2.11.2. Hydrocracking Capacity Additions through Expansion of Existing Units by Region
2.12. Major Refinery Companies by Active and Planned Capacity
2.12.1. Active, Planned, and Announced Refinery Capacity under Kuwait Petroleum Corporation
2.12.2. Active, Planned, and Announced Refinery Capacity under China Petrochemical Corp
2.12.3. Active, Planned, and Announced Refinery Capacity under Dangote Industries Ltd
2.12.4. Active, Planned, and Announced Refinery Capacity under Saudi Arabian Oil Co
2.12.5. Active, Planned, and Announced Refinery Capacity under Sonangol EP
2.13. Global Planned and Announced (New-Build) Refineries

3. Appendix
3.1. Abbreviations
3.2. Status Definition
3.3. Methodology
3.2.1. Coverage
3.2.2. Secondary Research
3.4. Contact Us
3.5. Disclaimer

List of Tables
Table 1: Count of Planned and Announced Refineries by Region, 2019-2023
Table 2: Total Refinery CDU Capacity by Region, 2013-2023 (mmbd)
Table 3: Planned and Announced Refinery CDU Capacity Additions by Key Countries, 2019-2023 (mbd)
Table 4: Planned and Announced Refinery CDU Capacity Additions by Key Companies, 2019-2023 (mbd)
Table 5: Total Capex Spending* on Planned and Announced Refineries by Region during 2019-2023 (US$ bil)
Table 6: Total Capex Spending* on Planned and Announced Refineries by Key Countries during 2019-2023 (US$ bil)
Table 7: Total Capex Spending* on Planned and Announced Refineries by Key Companies during 2019-2023 (US$ bil)
Table 8: Capex Spending* on Planned and Announced Refineries in Africa by Key Countries during 2019-2023 (US$ bil)
Table 9: Capex Spending* on Planned and Announced Refineries in Africa by Key Companies during 2019-2023 (US$ bil)
Table 10: Capex Spending* on Planned and Announced Refineries in Asia by Key Countries during 2019-2023 (US$ bil)
Table 11: Capex Spending* on Planned and Announced Refineries in Asia by Key Companies during 2019-2023 (US$ bil)
Table 12: Capex Spending on Planned and Announced Refineries in Caribbean by Country, 2019-2023 (US$ mil)
Table 13: Capex Spending on Planned and Announced Refineries in Caribbean by Company during 2019-2023 (US$ mil)
Table 14: Capex Spending* on Planned and Announced Refineries in FSU by Key Countries during 2019-2023 (US$ mil)
Table 15: Capex Spending* on Planned and Announced Refineries in FSU by Key Companies during 2019-2023 (US$ bil)
Table 16: Capex Spending* on Planned and Announced Refineries the Middle East by Key Countries during 2019-2023 (US$ bil)
Table 17: Capex Spending* on Planned and Announced Refineries in the Middle East by Key Companies during 2019-2023 (US$ bil)
Table 18: Capex on Planned and Announced Refineries in North America by Key Countries during 2019-2023 (US$ bil)
Table 19: Capex Spending* on Planned and Announced Refineries in North America by Key Companies during 2019-2023 (US$ bil)
Table 20: Capex Spending* on Planned and Announced Refineries in South America by Key Countries during 2019-2023 (US$ bil)
Table 21: Capex Spending* on Planned and Announced Refineries in South America by Key Companies during 2019-2023 (US$ bil)
Table 22: CDU Capacity Additions through New Units by Region during 2019-2023 (mbd)
Table 23: CDU Capacity Additions through Expansion of Existing Units by Region during 2019-2023 (mbd)
Table 24: Coking Capacity Additions through New Units by Region during 2019-2023 (mbd)
Table 25: Coking Capacity Additions through Expansion of Existing Units by Region during 2019-2023 (mbd)
Table 26: FCC Capacity Additions through New Units by Region during 2019-2023 (mbd)
Table 27: FCC Capacity Additions through Expansion of Existing Units by Region during 2019-2023 (mbd)
Table 28: Hydrocracking Capacity Additions through New Units by Region during 2019-2023 (mbd)
Table 29: Hydrocracking Capacity Additions through Expansion of Existing Units by Region during 2019-2023 (mbd)
Table 30: Kuwait Petroleum Corporation, Active*, Planned, and Announced** Capacity, 2019-2023 (mbd)
Table 31: China Petrochemical Corp, Active*, Planned, and Announced** Capacity, 2019-2023 (mbd)
Table 32: Dangote Industries Ltd, Active*, Planned, and Announced** Capacity, 2019-2023 (mbd)
Table 33: Saudi Arabian Oil Co, Active*, Planned, and Announced** Capacity, 2019-2023 (mbd)
Table 34: Sonangol EP, Active*, Planned, and Announced** Capacity, 2019-2023 (mbd)
Table 35: Global Planned and Announced (New-Build) Refineries, 2019-2023

List of Figures
Figure 1: Global Map of Planned and Announced Refineries, 2019-2023
Figure 2: Total Refinery CDU Capacity by Region, 2013-2023 (mmbd)
Figure 3: Planned and Announced Refinery CDU Capacity Additions by Key Countries, 2019-2023 (mbd)
Figure 4: Planned and Announced Refinery CDU Capacity Additions by Key Companies, 2019-2023 (mbd)
Figure 5: Total Capex Spending* on Planned and Announced Refineries by Region during 2019-2023 (US$ bil)
Figure 6: Total Capex Spending* on Planned and Announced Refineries by Key Countries during 2019-2023 (US$ bil)
Figure 7: Total Capex Spending* on Planned and Announced Refineries by Key Companies during 2019-2023 (US$ bil)
Figure 8: Capex Spending* on Planned and Announced Refineries in Africa by Key Countries during 2019-2023 (US$ bil)
Figure 9: Capex Spending* on Planned and Announced Refineries in Africa by Key Companies during 2019-2023 (US$ bil)
Figure 10: Capex Spending* on Planned and Announced Refineries in Asia by Key Countries, 2019-2023 (US$ bil)
Figure 11: Capex Spending* on Planned and Announced Refineries in Asia by Key Companies, 2019-2023 (US$ bil)
Figure 12: Capex Spending on Planned and Announced Refineries in Caribbean by Country, 2019-2023 (US$ mil)
Figure 13: Capex Spending on Planned and Announced Refineries in Caribbean by Company during 2019-2023 (US$ mil)
Figure 14: Capex Spending* on Planned and Announced Refineries in FSU by Key Countries during 2019-2023 (US$ mil)
Figure 15: Capex Spending* on Planned and Announced Refineries in FSU by Key Companies during 2019-2023 (US$ bil)
Figure 16: Capex Spending* on Planned and Announced Refineries in the Middle East by Key Countries during 2019-2023 (US$ bil)
Figure 17: Capex Spending* on Planned and Announced Refineries in the Middle East by Key Companies during 2019-2023 (US$ bil)
Figure 18: Capex Spending* on Planned and Announced Refineries in North America by Key Countries during 2019-2023 (US$ bil)
Figure 19: Capex Spending* on Planned and Announced Refineries in North America by Key Companies during 2019-2023 (US$ bil)
Figure 20: Capex Spending* on Planned and Announced Refineries in South America by Countries during 2019-2023 (US$ bil)
Figure 21: Capex Spending* on Planned and Announced Refineries in South America by Key Companies during 2019-2023 (US$ bil)
Figure 22: Kuwait Petroleum Corporation, Active*, Planned, and Announced** Capacity, 2019-2023 (mbd)
Figure 23: China Petrochemical Corp, Active*, Planned, and Announced** Capacity, 2019-2023 (mbd)
Figure 24: Dangote Industries Ltd, Active*, Planned, and Announced** Capacity, 2019-2023 (mbd)
Figure 25: Saudi Arabian Oil Co, Active*, Planned, and Announced** Capacity, 2019-2023 (mbd)
Figure 26: Sonangol EP, Active**, Planned, and Announced** Capacity, 2019-2023 (mbd)
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