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Analyzing the Global Crude Oil Industry

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There has been a rapid increase in crude oil prices over the past year. Russia became the world's biggest producer of crude oil in 2009, with an average output of 10.0 million barrels per day. For the first time since 1991 it overtook Saudi Arabia, which cut back its production as a result of OPEC quotas to stabilize oil prices in the economic recession.

Oil prices have remained at over $90 per barrel during the last year, due to the increased global demand and supply disruptions in some Middle East and African countries such as Libya, Egypt, Bahrain and Tunisia. The sustained high crude oil price and demand is attracting huge investments in the upstream sector. It is expected that oil and gas companies will continue to increase their capital expenditure, specifically in the upstream sector, in the coming years. With huge oil reserves in Venezuela and significant oil and gas discoveries in Brazil, the South and Central American countries are expected to play a major role in supplying the crude oil needs of the world in the years ahead.

The region has been one of the most active areas in terms of new oil and gas discoveries, making it one of the most promising regions for the future. Brazil witnessed the highest number of discoveries in the region, primarily in their deepwater areas. A major part of the overall crude oil pipeline network is concentrated in the US and Russia, with the two countries together accounting for almost 42% of the global pipeline length. The US owns the largest network of crude oil pipelines, with a total length of 66,841.1 km, accounting for approximately 23% of the total crude oil pipeline length around the world. The Russian Federation closely follows the US, with a total crude oil pipeline length of 55,168.5 km. Russia’s position as a major crude oil exporter necessitates the extensive pipeline system in the country, whilst in the US the huge crude oil demand has led to pipeline infrastructure growth within the country. The majority of new pipelines that are expected to come online during 2012-2016 will appear in North America.

Royal Dutch Shell, BP, Gazprom, ExxonMobil and Petrobras are the biggest players in the industry. With an expected boom in the Canadian oil sands industry, a large number of new pipelines are expected to come online in the country, both domestically and also to transfer crude from Canada to the US. The second largest addition of new crude oil pipelines will appear in Europe, with Russia planning to further enhance its crude oil pipeline network. The increase in crude oil prices has forced the world to look into alternative fuels. The technology development for the use of alternative fuels in the transportation sector is increasing rapidly. There is an increasing trend in the usage of hybrid electric vehicles, especially in developed countries. Governments across the world are encouraging investments in this sector. For example, the US government announced that it was making $30 million available for developing technology for using natural gas for transportation. In addition to this, another $14 million is allocated to support research and development of biofuels derived from algae.

Oil storage companies are seeing record demand for their storage facility services. However, they do not seem to be benefiting from this as much as may be expected, as far as profits from their services are concerned. The record demand seems to be a case of oil companies simply storing their output in anticipation of suitable, upward revisions in the prices of crude oil and petroleum products.

Aruvians Rsearch analyzes the global crude oil industry in its research report Analyzing the Global Crude Oil Industry. The report is a complete coverage of the global crude oil and it covers the various segments of the industry such as global crude oil pipelines, global crude oil consumption, global crude oil storage, etc.

We first analyze the global crude oil exploration & production (E&P) industry. In this section we analyze industry statistics, global crude oil reserves, crude oil production, the industry through a geographical segmentation by regions, various upcoming industry projects till 2016 and the competition in the industry.

An analysis of the global crude oil refining industry follows. The sector is analyzed through an industry overview, global crude oil refining capacity analysis, a geographical segmentation, upcoming industry projects till 2016 and the competition in the industry.

Global crude oil consumption is analyzed through industry overview, an analysis of the global crude oil consumption capacity, a geographical segmentation, upcoming industry projects till 2016 and competition in the industry.

We analyze global crude oil pipelines through an industry overview, geographical segmentation, industry projects and competition in the industry. Global crude oil storage is also analyzed through an industry overview, geographical segmentation, industry projects and industry competition.

Industry trends, factors driving industry growth and industry challenges are analyzed for each sector.

Major industry players such as Exxon Mobil, BP Plc, Gazprom, Saudi Aramco, and others are analyzed in the report as well.
A. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

B. GLOBAL CRUDE OIL INDUSTRY

C. GLOBAL CRUDE OIL EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION (E&P)

C.1 Overview
C.2 Global Crude Oil Reserves
C.3 Crude Oil Production
C.4 Geographical Segmentation
  C.4.1 Asia-Pacific
  C.4.2 Europe
  C.4.3 Middle East & Africa
  C.4.4 North America
  C.4.5 South America
C.5 Industry Projects
C.6 Competition in the Industry

D. GLOBAL CRUDE OIL REFINING INDUSTRY

D.1 Overview
D.2 Global Crude Oil Refining Capacity
D.3 Geographical Segmentation
  D.3.1 Asia-Pacific
  D.3.2 Europe
  D.3.3 Middle East & Africa
  D.3.4 North America
  D.3.5 South America
D.4 Industry Projects
D.5 Competition in the Industry

E. GLOBAL CRUDE OIL CONSUMPTION

E.1 Overview
E.2 Global Crude Oil Consumption Capacity
E.3 Geographical Segmentation
  E.3.1 Asia-Pacific
  E.3.2 Europe
  E.3.3 Middle East & Africa
  E.3.4 North America
E.3.5 South America

F. GLOBAL CRUDE OIL PIPELINES

F.1 Overview
F.2 Geographical Segmentation
  F.2.1 Asia-Pacific
  F.2.2 Europe
  F.2.3 Middle East & Africa
  F.2.4 North America
  F.2.5 South America
F.3 Industry Projects
F.4 Competition in the Industry

G. GLOBAL CRUDE OIL STORAGE

G.1 Overview
G.2 Geographical Segmentation
  G.2.1 Asia-Pacific
  G.2.2 Europe
  G.2.3 Middle East & Africa
  G.2.4 North America
  G.2.5 South America
G.3 Industry Projects
G.4 Competition in the Industry

H. INDUSTRY TRENDS & CHALLENGES

H.1 Crude Oil Exploration and Production
H.2 Crude Oil Refining
H.3 Crude Oil Consumption
H.4 Crude Oil Pipelines
H.5 Crude Oil Storage

I. MAJOR INDUSTRY PLAYERS

I.1 Abu Dhabi National Oil Company
I.2 Anadarko Petroleum Corporation
I.3 Apache Corporation
I.4 BP Plc
I.5 Canadian Natural Resources Limited
I.6 Chevron Corporation
I.7 China National Petroleum Corporation
I.8 China Petroleum and Chemical Corporation
I.9 ConocoPhillips
I.10 Devon Energy Corporation
I.10 Encana Corporation
I.11 Eni SPA
I.12 EOG Resources Inc.
I.13 Exxon Mobil Corporation
I.14 Gazprom
I.15 Indian Oil Corporation
I.16 Kuwait Oil Company
I.17 Lukoil
I.18 Marathon Oil Corporation
I.19 National Iranian Oil Company
I.20 Nexen Inc
I.20 Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation
I.21 Nippon Oil Corporation
I.22 Tatneft
I.23 Occidental Petroleum Corporation
I.24 Pemex
I.25 Petroleo Brasileiro SA
I.26 Petroleos De Venezuela SA
I.27 Pioneer Natural Resources
I.28 PT Pertamina
I.29 Reliance Industries Limited
I.30 Rosneft
I.31 Royal Dutch Shell Plc
I.32 Saudi Aramco
I.33 Sonatrach
I.34 Statoil
I.35 Suncor Energy
I.36 Total SA
I.37 Valero Energy Corporation
I.38 XTO Energy

J. GLOSSARY OF TERMS

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1: Global Energy Share (%), 2011
Figure 2: Countries with Biggest Reserves of Crude Oil (in Billion Barrels), 2011
Figure 3: Global Crude Oil Reserves by Leading Companies (in Billion Barrels), 2011
Figure 4: Global Crude Oil Production (in MMbbl), 2011-2016
Figure 5: Leading Crude Oil Producing Countries (in MMbbl), 2011
Figure 6: Global Crude Oil Production by Companies (in MMbbl), 2011
Figure 7: Global Crude Oil Reserves Geographical Segmentation (%), 2011
Figure 8: Global Crude Oil Production by Regions (%), 2011
Figure 9: Crude Oil Reserves in Asia Pacific by Countries (in Billion Barrels), 2011
Figure 10: Crude Oil Production in Asia Pacific by Countries (in MMbbl), 2011
Figure 11: Crude Oil Reserves in Europe by Countries (in Billion Barrels), 2011
Figure 12: Crude Oil Production in Europe by Countries (in MMbbl), 2011
Figure 13: Crude Oil Reserves in Middle East by Countries (in Billion Barrels), 2011
Figure 14: Crude Oil Reserves in Africa by Countries (in Billion Barrels), 2011
Figure 15: Crude Oil Production in Middle East & Africa by Countries (in MMbbl), 2011
Figure 16: Crude Oil Reserves in North America by Countries (in Billion Barrels), 2011
Figure 17: Crude Oil Production in North America by Countries (in MMbbl), 2011
Figure 18: Crude Oil Reserves in South America by Countries (in Billion Barrels), 2011
Figure 19: Crude Oil Production in South America by Countries (in MMbbl), 2011
Figure 20: Major Players in Crude Oil Exploration & Production Industry by Proved Oil Reserves (in MMbbl), 2011
Figure 21: Major Players in Crude Oil Exploration & Production Industry by Oil Production (in MMbbl), 2011
Figure 22: Major Independent Oil Companies by Proved Oil Reserves (in MMbbl), 2011
Figure 23: Major Independent Oil Companies by Oil Production (in MMbbl), 2011
Figure 24: Leading National Oil Companies Worldwide by Crude Oil Reserves (in MMbbl), 2011
Figure 25: Leading National Oil Companies Worldwide by Crude Oil Production (in MMbbl), 2011
Figure 26: Crude Oil Share & Refining Capacities of Major Countries, 2007-2011
Figure 27: Crude Oil Share & Refining Capacities of Major Companies, 2007-2011
Figure 28: Crude Oil Refining Capacity Breakdown by Region (%), 2011
Figure 29: Crude Oil Refining Industry Growth in Capacity by Region (in MMtpa), 2011-2016
Figure 30: Crude Oil Refining Capacity in Major Countries in Asia Pacific (in MMtpa), 2011-2016
Figure 31: Crude Oil Refining Capacity in Major Companies in Asia Pacific (in MMtpa), 2011-2016
Figure 32: Crude Oil Refining Capacity in Major Countries in Europe (in MMtpa), 2011-2016
Figure 33: Crude Oil Refining Capacity in Major Companies in Europe (in MMtpa), 2011-2016
Figure 34: Crude Oil Refining Capacity in Major Countries in MEA Region (in MMtpa), 2011-2016
Figure 35: Crude Oil Refining Capacity in Major Companies in MEA Region (in MMtpa), 2011-2016
Figure 36: Crude Oil Refining Capacity in Major Countries in North America (in MMtpa), 2011-2016
Figure 37: Crude Oil Refining Capacity in Major Companies in North America (in MMtpa), 2011-2016
Figure 38: Crude Oil Refining Capacity in Major Countries in South America (in MMtpa), 2011-2016
Figure 39: Crude Oil Refining Capacity in Major Companies in South America (in MMtpa), 2011-2016
Figure 40: Planned New Capacity Additions by Region, 2012-2016
Figure 41: Leading Players in the Global Crude Oil Refining Industry (in MMtpa), 2011
Figure 42: Leading Players in the Global Crude Oil Refining Industry (in MMtpa), 2016
Figure 43: Leading Countries by Crude Oil Consumption (in MMbbl), 2011
Figure 44: Crude Oil Consumption by region (%), 2011
Figure 45: Global Crude Oil Consumption by Region (in MMbbl), 2011-2016
Figure 46: Leading Countries in Asia Pacific by Crude Oil Consumption (in MMbbl), 2011
Figure 47: Crude Oil Consumption in Asia Pacific (in MMbbl), 2011-2016
Figure 48: Leading Countries by Crude Oil Consumption in Europe (in MMbbl), 2011-2016
Figure 49: Crude Oil Consumption in Europe (in MMbbl), 2011-2016
Figure 50: Leading Countries by Crude Oil Consumption in MEA Region (in MMbbl), 2011-2016
Figure 51: Crude Oil Consumption in MEA Region (in MMbbl), 2011-2016
Figure 52: Leading Countries by Crude Oil Consumption in North America (in MMbbl), 2011-2016
Figure 53: Crude Oil Consumption in North America (in MMbbl), 2011-2016
Figure 54: Leading Countries by Crude Oil Consumption in South America (in MMbbl), 2011-2016
Figure 55: Crude Oil Consumption in South America (in MMbbl), 2011-2016
Figure 56: Leading Countries according to Crude Oil Pipeline Length, 2011
Figure 57: Global Crude Oil Pipeline Length by Region (%), 2011
Figure 58: Crude Oil Pipeline in Asia Pacific by Leading Countries, 2011
Figure 59: Leading Companies in terms of Crude Oil Pipeline Length in Asia Pacific, 2011
Figure 60: Crude Oil Pipeline in Europe by Leading Countries, 2011
Figure 61: Leading Companies in terms of Crude Oil Pipeline Length in Europe, 2011
Figure 62: Crude Oil Pipeline in Middle East & Africa by Leading Countries, 2011
Figure 63: Leading Companies in terms of Crude Oil Pipeline Length in Middle East & Africa, 2011
Figure 64: Crude Oil Pipeline in North America by Leading Countries, 2011
Figure 65: Leading Companies in terms of Crude Oil Pipeline Length in North America, 2011
Figure 66: Crude Oil Pipeline in South America by Leading Countries, 2011
Figure 67: Leading Companies in terms of Crude Oil Pipeline Length in South America, 2011
Figure 68: Pipeline Route for the East Siberia - Pacific Ocean Pipeline
Figure 69: Pipeline Route of the Keystone Crude Oil Pipeline System
Figure 70: Planned Crude Oil Pipelines by Region (%) till 2016
Figure 71: Leading Companies in Terms of Crude Oil Pipeline Length, 2011
Figure 72: Major State-owned & Private Players in the Global Crude Oil Pipeline Market, 2011
Figure 73: Major State-owned & Private Players in the Global Crude Oil Pipeline Market, 2016
Figure 74: Growth in Crude Oil Storage Capacity by Countries (in MMm3), 2011-2016
Figure 75: Global Storage Capacity by Leading Countries (in MMm3), 2011
Figure 76: Global Storage Capacity by Leading Countries (in MMm3), 2016
Figure 77: Global Crude Oil Storage Capacity by Leading Companies (in MMm3), 2011-2016
Figure 78: Comparing Crude Oil Storage Capacity of National Oil Companies vs Private Players, 2011
Figure 79: Comparing Crude Oil Storage Capacity of National Oil Companies & Private Players, 2016
Figure 80: Crude Oil Storage Capacity in Asia Pacific by Country (in MMm3), 2011-2016
Figure 81: Leading Companies in Asia Pacific Crude Oil Storage Industry (in MMm3), 2011-2016
Figure 82: Crude Oil Storage Capacity in Europe by Country (in MMm3), 2011-2016
Figure 83: Leading Companies in Europe Crude Oil Storage Industry (in MMm3), 2011-2016
Figure 84: Crude Oil Storage Capacity in MEA Region by Country (in MMm3), 2011
Figure 85: Leading Companies in MEA Region Crude Oil Storage Industry (in MMm3), 2011-2016
Figure 86: Crude Oil Storage Capacity in North America by Country (in MMm3), 2011-2016
Figure 87: Leading Companies in North America Crude Oil Storage Industry (in MMm3), 2011-2016
Figure 88: Crude Oil Storage Capacity in South America by Country (in MMm3), 2011-2016
Figure 89: Leading Companies in South America Crude Oil Storage Industry (in MMm3), 2011-2016
Figure 90: Global Crude Oil Storage Planned Storage Terminals by Regions (%), 2012-2016
Figure 91: Leading Companies in the Global Crude Oil Storage Industry (MMm3), 2011
Figure 92: Leading Companies in the Global Crude Oil Storage Industry (MMm3), 2016
Figure 93: Global Crude Oil Reserves & OPEC's Share, 2011
Figure 94: Crude Oil Production in Major OPEC Countries (in MMbbl), 2011-2016
Figure 95: Crude Oil Consumption in China & India (in MMbbl), 2011-2016
Figure 96: Capital Expenditure on Exploration & Production of Crude Oil Worldwide (in USD Billion), 2010-2012
Figure 97: Share of Countries by Capacity Addition of New Refineries in Asia Pacific (%), 2012-2016
Figure 98: Global Crude Oil Refining Industry Capacity Additions by Regions (in MMtpa), 2012-2016
Figure 99: Crude Oil Refining Industry in MEA Region by Countries & Capacity Addition through New Refineries (%), 2012-2016
Figure 100: Crude Oil Consumption in BRIC Countries (in MMbbl), 2011-2016
Figure 101: Global Consumption of Crude Oil (in MMbbl), 2016
Figure 102: Major Crude Oil Pipeline Projects Planned by Region & Pipeline Length (in Kilometer), 2012-2016
Figure 103: Crude Oil Storage Capacity in China (in MMm3), 2011 & 2016

LIST OF TABLES

Table 1: Global Crude Oil Industry, 2011
Table 2: Global Crude Oil Exploration & Production Industry, 2011
Table 3: Global Crude Oil Reserves by Countries, 2011
Table 4: Global Crude Oil Reserves by Companies, 2011
Table 5: Global Crude Oil Production (in MMbbl), 2011-2016
Table 6: Global Crude Oil Production by Countries, 2011
Table 7: Global Crude Oil Production by Companies (in MMbbl), 2011
Table 8: Crude Oil Reserves in Asia Pacific by Countries (in Billion Barrels), 2011
Table 9: Crude Oil Production in Asia Pacific by Countries (in MMbbl), 2011
Table 10: Crude Oil Reserves in Europe by Countries (in Billion Barrels), 2011
Table 11: Crude Oil Production in Europe by Countries (in MMbbl), 2011
Table 12: Crude Oil Reserves in Middle East by Countries (in Billion Barrels), 2011
Table 13: Crude Oil Reserves in Africa by Countries (in Billion Barrels), 2011
Table 14: Crude Oil Production in Middle East & Africa by Countries (in MMbbl), 2011
Table 15: Crude Oil Reserves in North America by Countries (in Billion Barrels), 2011
Table 16: Crude Oil Production in North America by Countries (in MMbbl), 2011
Table 17: Crude Oil Reserves in South America by Countries (in Billion Barrels), 2011
Table 18: Crude Oil Production in South America by Countries (in MMbbl), 2011
Table 19: Major Crude Oil Planned Projects, 2012-2020
Table 20: Major Players in Crude Oil Exploration & Production Industry by Proved Oil Reserves (in MMbbl), 2008-2011
Table 21: Major Players in Crude Oil Exploration & Production Industry by Oil Production (in MMbbl), 2008-2011
Table 22: Major Independent Oil Companies by Proved Oil Reserves (in MMbbl), 2008-2011
Table 23: Major Independent Oil Companies by Oil Production (in MMbbl), 2008-2011
Table 24: Leading National Oil Companies Worldwide by Crude Oil Reserves (in MMbbl), 2008-2011
Table 25: Leading National Oil Companies Worldwide by Crude Oil Production (in MMbbl), 2008-2011
Table 26: Global Crude Oil Refining Industry, 2011
Table 27: Crude Oil Refining Capacity in Major Countries (in MMtpa), 2011-2016
Table 28: Global Crude Oil Refining Capacity by Major Companies (in MMtpa), 2011-2016
Table 29: Crude Oil Refining Industry Growth in Capacity by Region (in MMtpa), 2011-2016
Table 30: Crude Oil Refining Capacity in Major Countries in Asia Pacific (in MMtpa), 2011-2016
Table 31: Crude Oil Refining Capacity in Major Companies in Asia Pacific (in MMtpa), 2011-2016
Table 32: Crude Oil Refining Capacity in Major Countries in Europe (in MMtpa), 2011-2016
Table 33: Crude Oil Refining Capacity in Major Companies in Europe (in MMtpa), 2011-2016
Table 34: Crude Oil Refining Capacity in Major Countries in MEA Region (in MMtpa), 2011-2016
Table 35: Crude Oil Refining Capacity in Major Companies in MEA Region (in MMtpa), 2011-2016
Table 36: Crude Oil Refining Capacity in Major Countries in North America (in MMtpa), 2011-2016
Table 37: Crude Oil Refining Capacity in Major Companies in North America (in MMtpa), 2011-2016
Table 38: Crude Oil Refining Capacity in Major Countries in South America (in MMtpa), 2011-2016
Table 39: Crude Oil Refining Capacity in Major Companies in South America (in MMtpa), 2011-2016
Table 40: Major Planned Projects in the Global Crude Oil Refining Industry, 2012-2016
Table 41: Planned Crude Oil Refining Projects Planned by Region (in MMtpa), 2012-2016
Table 42: Global Crude Oil Consumption, 2011
Table 43: Crude Oil Consumption in Asia Pacific (in MMbbl), 2011-2016
Table 44: Crude Oil Consumption in Europe (in MMbbl), 2011-2016
Table 45: Crude Oil Consumption in MEA Region (in MMbbl), 2011-2016
Table 46: Crude Oil Consumption in North America (in MMbbl), 2011-2016
Table 47: Crude Oil Consumption in South America (in MMbbl), 2011-2016
Table 48: Global Crude Oil Pipelines Sector, 2011
Table 49: Global Length of Active Crude Oil Pipeline Networks by Country (in Kilometers), 2011
Table 50: Global Crude Oil Pipeline Length by Region (in kilometers), 2011
Table 51: Major Active Crude Oil Pipelines in Asia Pacific (in kilometers), 2011
Table 52: Major Active Crude Oil Pipelines in Europe (in kilometers), 2011
Table 53: Major Active Crude Oil Pipelines in Middle East & Africa (in kilometers), 2011
Table 54: Major Active Crude Oil Pipelines in North America (in kilometers), 2011
Table 55: Major Active Crude Oil Pipelines in South America (in kilometers), 2011
Table 56: Major Crude Oil Pipeline Projects Planned till 2016
Table 57: Planned Crude Oil Pipelines by Countries (in kilometers) till 2016
Table 58: Leading Companies in Terms of Crude Oil Pipeline Length, 2011
Table 59: Global Crude Oil Storage Industry, 2011
Table 60: Growth in Crude Oil Storage Capacity by Countries (in MMm3), 2011-2016
Table 61: Global Crude Oil Storage Capacity by Leading Companies (in MMm3), 2011-2016
Table 62: Crude Oil Storage Industry in Asia Pacific, 2011
Table 63: Crude Oil Storage Capacity in Asia Pacific by Country (in MMm3), 2011-2016
Table 64: Leading Companies in Asia Pacific Crude Oil Storage Industry (in MMm3), 2011-2016
Table 65: Crude Oil Storage in Europe, 2011
Table 66: Crude Oil Storage Capacity in Europe by Country (in MMm3), 2011-2016
Table 67: Leading Companies in Europe Crude Oil Storage Industry (in MMm3), 2011-2016
Table 68: Crude Oil Storage in Middle East & Africa, 2011
Table 69: Crude Oil Storage Capacity in MEA Region by Country (in MMm3), 2011-2016
Table 70: Leading Companies in MEA Region Crude Oil Storage Industry (in MMm3), 2011-2016
Table 71: Crude Oil Storage in North America, 2011
Table 72: Crude Oil Storage Capacity in North America by Country (in MMm3), 2011-2016
Table 73: Leading Companies in North America Crude Oil Storage Industry (in MMm3), 2011-2016
Table 74: Crude Oil Storage in South America, 2011
Table 75: Crude Oil Storage Capacity in South America by Country (in MMm3), 2011-2016
Table 76: Leading Companies in South America Crude Oil Storage Industry (in MMm3), 2011-2016
Table 77: Major Upcoming Crude Oil Storage Terminals till 2016
Table 78: Planned Storage Terminals by Region (in MMm3), 2012-2016
Table 79: Total Capital Expenditure of National & Integrated Oil Companies (in USD Billion), 2008-2012
Table 80: Capital Expenditure of National Oil Companies (in USD Billion), 2008-2012
Table 81: Average Price of Crude Oil (USD/bbl), 2011
Table 82: Capital Expenditure on Exploration & Production of Crude Oil Worldwide (in USD Billion), 2010-2012
Table 83: Major Oil Discoveries in South & Central America
Table 84: Major Oil & Gas Discoveries in Brazil, 2011
Table 85: Major Upstream Oil Sands Projects Planned in Canada as of 2012
Table 86: Global Crude Oil Refining Industry Capacity Additions by Regions (in MMtpa), 2012-2016
Table 87: Global Hydrocracking Unit Capacity by Region (in MMtpa), 2012-2016
Table 88: Volume of Required Renewable Fuels in the US (in Billion Gallons), 2011-2020
Table 89: Planned Refining Capacity by Country in the MEA Region (in MMtpa), 2012-2016


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