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Global Crude Oil, Refining & Fuels Outlook to 2035
 
Global Crude Oil, Refining & Fuels Outlook to 2035

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The emergence of shale and tight oil in North America has brought profound changes to the U.S. refining industry as well as to global trade flows. The 2014 edition of Global Crude Oil, Refining & Fuels Outlook to 2035 details how the industry has responded and what it can expect over the long term.

 

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
  • VIEW RECORDED WEBINAR

Key Benefits:

  • Rely upon Hart Energy Research and Consulting’s accurate data and dependable forecast scenarios for your strategic planning – our data is used as a reference for multinational and national oil companies, capital providers, technology suppliers, members of the automotive industry and government agencies.
  • Understand global supply and demand situation with our analysis and forecasts, splitting the sector into product segments (on-road, off-road...) and varying 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:

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

Global Crude Oil, Refining & Fuels Outlook to 2035 covers:

Contents:

  • Price and Economic 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 newsletter

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Every analysis is globally balanced – individual regions are not analyzed in isolation, but integrated in varying time frames to identify 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 Read this Study:

  • 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

For more information, contact:

Liisa Kiuru-Griffith
Director, Client Services
Hart Energy Research & Consulting
+1.713.260.6474

 

 

 

           

 

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