Aarkstore - Global Refining Capital Expenditures Forecast at over $300billion for New Capacity on-line by 2020; Refining Margins to Remain Under Pressure as Annual Capacity Increases Forecast to Exceed Growth in Annual Oil Demand
Report “Global Refining Capital Expenditures Forecast at over $300billion for New Capacity on-line by 2020; Refining Margins to Remain Under Pressure as Annual Capacity Increases Forecast to Exceed Growth in Annual Oil Demand”provides an overview of the forecast increases, on an annual basis, of the global and refining crude distillation unit (CDU) expansions and associated capital expenditures between 2015 and 2020. The report provides details on the type of new refining capacity (topping, cracking and coking) by country, key reasons for refining expansions in that country, the owner of the new refining capacity and the changing trend in refining capacity by area between 2013 and 2020. Report is a very comprehensive analysis of how / why / when refining industry refining capacity is moving firmly into the hands of National Oil Companies (NOCs) and to East of Suez areas.
Report provides information and insight on -
- Global refining capacity by year by major regions including - South Americ a, Middle Eas, China, India, Other Asia, Russia, United States, Africa
- East region includes a project list of the refining capacity, the year of start-up, the country where the refinery is being constructed, the type of refinery, the total estimated capital costs, and the Company building the refinery.
- Brief summary of the major projects in each area
- Joint Venture partners in refinery projects
- Key reasons for refinery constructions in countries including desire to reduce / minimize product imports
- Forecast in annual capital spending levels by region by year
- Summary of key...