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GLOBAL REFINING OUTLOOK
 
Crude Refining & Clean Transportation Fuels Outlook to 2030

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The Outlook is part of the World Refining & Fuels Service (WRFS), a comprehensive service providing:

  • A library of reports analyzing the latest developments
  • Full electronic access to the analysis on our members-only web site
  • A searchable and interactive supply & demand database by region, country, fuel type and year
  • Regular updates throughout the year
  • On-site meetings with specialists
  • Unlimited access to global experts for study-related questions
  • Access to specific on-line webinars
  • Full subscription to Refinery Tracker newsletter

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Key Benefits:

  • Rely upon Hart’s accurate data and dependable forecast scenarios for your strategic planning – our data is considered a reference for multinational and national oil companies, capital providers, technology suppliers, automotive industry and government.
  • Understand global supply and demand situation with our analysis and forecasts, splitting the sector into product segments (on-road, off-road...) and different sulfur levels (10 ppm, 50 ppm ...)
  • Identify supply & demand imbalances through our global fuel distribution projections, trade flows, and product quality outlook
  • Maximize your business development efforts and investment decisions by keeping track of refinery projects and expansions around the globe, through our online refineries database and refinery capacity investment projections
  • Improve your understanding of the impact of renewable fuels on the refining industry and how biofuels affect petroleum products availability and prices

Excellent Tool for Detailed Business Planning:

  • Based on full LP programming (based on AspenTech's PIMS)
  • Projections are provided annually up to 2015 and then in 5-year increments through 2035.
  • Supply & Demand split into different sulfur levels (<10 ppm, 10-50 ppm, 51-500 ppm, >500 ppm)
  • Distillate demand and supply forecasts are split into product segments (on-road, off-road, agriculture, industry etc...)
  • Detailed capacity outlook by type of process (Reforming, FCC, Coking…)
  • Global and regional octane requirement developments

Global Crude, Refining & Clean Transportation Fuels Outlook covers:

Contents:

  • Price and Economics Outlook
  • Business Climate
  • Crude Oil and NGL Supply and Quality Analysis
  • Petroleum Product Demand Projections
  • Worldwide Fuel Quality and Specifications Outlook
  • Inter-Regional Product Trade Trends
  • Refinery Capacity, Throughput and Blending Forecasts
  • Renewable Fuels Outlook
  • Key Fuel Quality Drivers

Detailed Analysis on:

  • Naphtha
  • Gasoline
  • Jet Fuel and Kerosene
  • On-road Diesel and Other Distillates
  • Bunker and Residual Fuel
  • Refinery Complexities and Ranking
  • Fuel Quality Developments
  • GTL/CTL
  • Renewable Fuels Supplies
  • H2 Production and Demand 

Bi-Monthly Topic-Related Analysis:

  • China
  • India
  • Heavy Crude Oil
  • Russia, Brazil, Mexico
  • Refinery Tracker

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Every analysis is globally balanced – individual regions are not analyzed alone, but integrated for the different time frames identifying key refining and supply opportunities.

  1. North America – Canada, USA (by PADD)
  2. Latin America, with focus on Brazil, Mexico & Venezuela
  3. Europe, including Baltics, Balkans, and Turkey
  4. Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) with focus on Russia
  5. Asia-Pacific, with focus on China, India and Japan
  6. Africa
  7. Middle East, with focus on Saudi Arabia

Who Should Subscribe to the Service:

  • Refinery Executives and Strategic Planners
  • Crude Oil Producers
  • Technology/Catalyst Licensors
  • Lubricant/Additive Suppliers
  • Engineering Firms
  • Pipeline/Tanker Fleet Transport Services
  • Investors and Financial Planners
  • Automotive Manufacturers
  • Government Compliance Agencies
  • Ethanol and Biofuels Producers

Contributors to this Service:

Global
Terry Higgins, Project Leader and Main Contributor,
Executive Director, Refining & Special Projects
thiggins@hartenergy.com
 
Europe, Russia & CIS, Middle East Latin America
Dr. Petr Steiner, Director, Global Refining
psteiner@hartenergy.com
Rodrigo Favela, Executive Director, Refining, Planning and Evaluation
rfavela@hartenergy.com
Asia Pacific  
Dr. Preeti Jain, Research Manager, Asia
pjain@hartenergy.com
 

Obtain the information and analysis you need to meet the industry’s emerging challenges with one or more of Hart Energy's WRFS reports – providing updated, concise in-depth analysis and special focused reports on key developing countries, resources and fuel markets:

For more information, contact Client Services or call +1.713.260.6426.

 

 

 

           

 

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