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Heavy Crude Oil

Global Middle Distillate/Fuel Oil Outlook

Hart Energy/Dewitt Study: Reformer Operations and the Impact on Aromatics Supply

Refining Unconventional Oil

Global Biofuels Outlook to 2025

Electrification of Transportation in the U.S.

Refinery Hydrogen Review

Atlantic Basin Refining Outlook


Heavy Crude Oil: A Global Analysis and Outlook to 2035

The only report available to help you understand each region of the world from the Canadian tar sands, Mexico and the Orinoco, to China's reserves, offshore Brazil fields, developments in Africa and more...
 
Country-by-country analysis
  • Resources, maps and state of development
  • Company activities
  • Costs
  • Infrastructure analysis where applicable
  • Forecasts of unconventional and conventional heavy oil production to 2035
  • Disposition by country and region
  • Diluent requirements for extra-heavy crude and bitumen
Heavy crude value and pricing analysis
  • Valuation of heavy crudes in the refining market
  • Prices and differentials
Global summary and implications
  • Global oil supply vs. demand
  • Global disposition and determination of where exported heavy crude will be processed through 2035
Key benefits:
  • Development details on existing and new projects and operators
  • Reduce planning uncertainties by providing a global aggregate of the results of all heavy oil developments worldwide
  • Understand where heavy crude fits into the global oil supply picture
 

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Global Middle Distillate/Fuel Oil Outlook to 2030

Middle distillates, which include on-road, off road diesel, marine gas oils and Number 2 heating oil, represent the largest and a growing market share of refined petroleum products. Following the recession retraction in demand, middle distillate demand will rebound strongly as economies recover. On-road diesel is projected to show the strongest rate of growth among all products. The global distillate market will be the primary market and margin driver for refiners over the next two decades. Distillate supplies will eventually tighten, especially in the ultra clean diesel market.

Hart Energy’s Middle Distillate/Fuel Oil Outlook examines trends in the distillate market and provides a long-term view on the demand, alternate supply, quality requirements and impacts of government energy and environmental initiatives. The outlook includes insight on
• Growth in road diesel and outlook for penetration in passenger vehicle markets,
• Role of biodiesel and renewable fuels,
• Growing low sulfur requirements,
• Role of Gas-to-Liquid and Coal-to-Liquid components,
• Global shift from gasoline to diesel,
• Marine fuel quality and demand.

The outlook covers 7 regions of the world with additional breakdown for major consuming countries.

For distillates, the outlook includes annual forecasts of demand 2010 through 2015 and five-year forecast increments for 2015-2030. Longer-term the outlook examines emerging policies and market trends including the recent medium and heavy duty vehicle standards finalized by the U.S. Government, and global fuel quality initiatives. Demand forecasts include an outlook by distillate and diesel sulfur category.

The fuel oil section examines the outlook for stationary fuel and bunker markets. The bunker analysis addresses options and economics for MARPOL compliance strategies.

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Global Middle Distillate/Diesel Fuel Outlook to 2030

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Reformer Operations and the Impact on Aromatics Supply

An Insightful Study Jointly Developed by Hart Energy’s Refining Specialists and Dewitt’s Petrochemical Experts.

The role of reformers within refineries of the Atlantic Basin continues to evolve. Demand for gasoline is expected to decline, as more renewable fuels are blended and consumers favor more fuel efficient vehicles. As the world economy recovers, distillate demand is expected to grow, and many refineries’ hydrogen supplies will once again be problematically short. This phenomenon should have far-reaching effects on global supplies of benzene, toluene and xylenes. Reformers directly or indirectly account for more than 50% of the Atlantic Basin’s benzene production and virtually all of the region’s toluene and mixed xylenes.

The study includes production economics for both continuous catalyst regeneration reformers (CCRs) and semi-regenerative reformers, based on products price forecasts provided within the study. An analysis of recent refinery rationalization and pending regulations further limiting benzene content of motor gasoline in the U.S. is also analyzed.

Who should read the report:

Refiners, Petrochemical Manufacturers, Technology Providers, Traders, Investors

What you will get from the report:

  • Obtain essential data for your strategic 2011 planning: Reformer competitiveness, margin per region, BTX…
  • Understand reformates global supply and demand situation – 3 forecast scenarios: low demand, most likely demand, high demand
  • Identify and anticipate aromatics supply & demand imbalances around the world – trade flows, price history and forecasts…
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Global Middle Distillate/Diesel Fuel Outlook to 2030

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Refining Unconventional Oil

This independent forecast of 2012-2016 crude fundamentals offers a comprehensive assessment across the entire U.S. upstream, midstream, and downstream industry. Nationally and regionally for five U.S. PADD areas, Hart Energy balances proprietary unconventional and conventional oil production projections with expected changes to refining capacity and heavy and light crude oil imports. Illustrated by Hart Energy Mapping & GIS Services (formerly Rextag), the projections incorporate maps and tabulations of pipeline and refinery capital projects along with 45 crude-by-rail terminals.

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The key U.S. unconventional oil plays covered in this analysis include:

  1. Bakken / Three Forks
  2. Eagle Ford
  3. Niobrara
  4. Permian
  5. Utica
  6. Anadarko / Woodford

Major components of the integrated analysis:

Upstream Forecasts: A play-by-play forecast of U.S. crude production from key unconventional liquids plays in context with conventional and other production.
Midstream Deliverability & Debottlenecking: Capacity additions, conversions and reversals by pipeline and crude-by-rail operators. Will they keep up?
Refining Advantages: A nation-wide regional analysis of refining capacity, profitability and competitive advantage (or disadvantage).

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Global Biofuels Outlook to 2025

Hart Energy brings you all essential global information on ethanol and biodiesel into ONE SINGLE, UNBIASED, RELIABLE report. Our fuel specialists around the world have thoroughly researched fundamental market data to bring you critical insight and a long-term view on the future of ethanol and biodiesel.  

This timely report covers:

  • Projections for current and future production capacity for each region of the world and detailed for over 20 countries
  • Supply & demand per country, current and outlook to 2025
  • Policy and taxation review per country – current and future
  • NEW FEATURE: Aviation biofuels developments

Analysis and Contents

This study compiles and analyzes thoroughly researched market data to provide you with a long-term view on the growing role of biofuels in worldwide gasoline and diesel markets.

A comprehensive analysis of the global ethanol & biodiesel market with focus on key developments in 
Asia Pacific, EU-27, Africa, Russia & the CIS countries, and the Americas, broken down at country level.

Covering predominantly ethanol and biodiesel, but also covering ETBE (ethyl tertiary butyl ether), cellulosic ethanol and renewable diesel (also known as non-ester biodiesel) where applicable, the study captures the current and near-term biofuels supply and demand picture in 23 countries in five key regions.

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Electrification of Transportation in the U.S

Hart Energy Consulting's fuel experts have published two comprehensive reports analyzing the roll out in the U.S. of hybrid vehicles, plug-in hybrids, and electric vehicles.

Electrification of Transportation: Its Impact on Petroleum Demand in the U.S.

Contents:
  • 3 forecast scenarios - baseline, slow and fast
  • Vehicle Technology Development
  • State and Federal incentives and local programs
  • Impact on oil and refined petroleum demand in the US for each scenario
Electrification of Transportation: Its Impact on Minerals & Electricity Demand and Carbon Emissions in the U.S.

Contents:
  • Battery technologies
  • Vehicle Technologies
  • Infrastructure development to accommodate PHEVs and EVs to evaluate possible bottlenecks
  • Impact on Utilities and Carbon Emissions
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Refinery Hydrogen Review: Outlook for Growth to 2030

This outlook provides forecasts of global incremental refinery hydrogen requirements through 2030. Hydrogen demand is forecast by geographic regions (North America, Latin America, Europe, Russia/CIS, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa) over 5-year increments from 2010 through 2030. The incremental hydrogen demand is also characterized in terms of source of demand: hydrocracking, distillate hydrotreating and other hydroprocessing. The forecast also quantifies anticipated change in supply from gasoline reforming versus on-purpose refinery / merchant production.

Highlights of the report:

  • The refining industry will require more than 14 trillion SCF of on-purpose hydrogen to meet processing requirements between 2010 and 2030.
  • Asia Pacific and the Middle East will represent nearly 40% of global requirements.
  • Despite completion of most ultra low sulfur on-road transportation fuel requirements, North America and Europe will represent the largest portion of incremental hydrogen demand during the first half of this decade.
  • Nearly 2/3 of incremental refinery hydrogen demand will be for expanding hydrocracking operations.
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Global Middle Distillate/Diesel Fuel Outlook to 2030

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Atlantic Basin Refining Outlook

Highlights of the report:

  • The gasoline market will continue to relinquish its leading role in the Atlantic Basin. Modest short term growth in North American demand will soon give way to the impacts of fuel economy improvements, while European gasoline demand continues to erode.
  • Latin American gasoline growth will remain strong but will see greater penetration of ethanol, as will other Atlantic Basin markets.
  • Surplus diesel production capacity will be eventually be consumed by expanding markets in all areas, calling for longer term capacity expansion and/or product imports into the region.

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