Global Capacity and Capital Expenditure Outlook for Refineries - New-Build Refinery Pipeline Risks Over-Capacity and Puts Pressure on Refiners

Global Capacity and Capital Expenditure Outlook for Refineries - New-Build Refinery Pipeline Risks Over-Capacity and Puts Pressure on Refiners
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Summary

The global refining industry, which witnessed a marginal growth rate of 6% since 2010, is expected to rebound and witness a high growth rate of 16% during 2014 to 2019. Asia will dominate the global refining industry, both in terms of capacity growth and capex spending. The region will account for 33.9% and 60.1% of global capacity growth and capex spending by 2019. Europe and North America will also witness substantial growth in their refining capacities accounting for 21.3% and 21.1% of the global refining capacity growth by 2019. On the other hand, Africa will witness the highest refining capacity growth rate of 14.1% among all the regions in the world by 2019.

Scope

  • Historical refining capacity data from 2010 to 2014, forecasts up to 2019
  • Annual breakdown of capital expenditure spending on refineries for the period 2015 to 2019
  • Planned refinery capacity additions and capital expenditure spending by major countries and operators
  • Capital expenditure spending on new refineries by region and by operator
  • Details of all planned refineries in the world up to 2019

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 historic and forecast refinery and unit 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 competitorís planned refinery projects and capacities

Date Published

March, 2015

Format / Pages

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