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Global Refining Industry Outlook to 2025 - Capacity and Capital Expenditure Outlook with Details of All Operating and Planned Refineries

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Global Refining Industry Outlook to 2025 - Capacity and Capital Expenditure Outlook with Details of All Operating and Planned Refineries

SUMMARY

The global refining capacity increased from 102,380 thousand barrels per day (mbd) in 2015 to 107,617 mbd in 2020 at an Average Annual Growth Rate (AAGR) of 1.0 percent. It is expected to increase from 107,617 mbd in 2020 to 119,754 mbd in 2025 at an AAGR of 2.1 percent. The US, China, Russia, India, and South Korea are the major countries that accounted for 48 percent of the total refinery capacity in 2020.

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  • Updated information on all active and upcoming (planned and announced) refineries globally.
  • Provides key details such as refinery name, operator name, refinery type, status for all active, suspended, planned, and announced refineries in a country.
  • Provides an annual breakdown of new-build and expansion capital expenditure outlook by region and by key countries for the period 2021-2025.
  • Latest developments and contracts related to a refinery, at the regional level, wherever available
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  • Obtain the most up to date information available on all active, suspended, planned, and announced refineries globally
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1. INTRODUCTION

1.1. What is this Report About?
1.2. Market Definition

2. GLOBAL REFINING INDUSTRY, SNAPSHOT

2.1. Global Refining Industry, Key Data, 2020
2.2. Global Refining Industry, Planned and Announced Refineries
2.3. Global Refining Industry, New Units and Capacity Expansions by Region
2.4. Global Refining Industry, Regional Comparisons

3. AFRICA REFINING INDUSTRY

3.1. Africa Refining Industry, Snapshot
3.2. Africa Refining Industry, Planned and Announced Refineries, Capacity Expansions and Capex by Country
3.3. Africa Refining Industry, New Units and Capacity Expansions by Key Countries
3.4. Africa Refining Industry, Egypt
3.5. Africa Refining Industry, Algeria
3.6. Africa Refining Industry, South Africa
3.7. Africa Refining Industry, Nigeria
3.8. Africa Refining Industry, Libya
3.9. Africa Refining Industry, Morocco
3.10. Africa Refining Industry, Sudan
3.11. Africa Refining Industry, Angola
3.12. Africa Refining Industry, Cote d’Ivoire
3.13. Africa Refining Industry, Cameroon
3.14. Africa Refining Industry, Ghana
3.15. Africa Refining Industry, Djibouti
3.16. Africa Refining Industry, Tunisia
3.17. Africa Refining Industry, Gabon
3.18. Africa Refining Industry, Senegal
3.19. Africa Refining Industry, Zambia
3.20. Africa Refining Industry, Equatorial Guinea
3.21. Africa Refining Industry, Chad
3.22. Africa Refining Industry, Congo Republic
3.23. Africa Refining Industry, Niger
3.24. Africa Refining Industry, South Sudan
3.25. Africa Refining Industry, Guinea
3.26. Africa Refining Industry, Zimbabwe
3.27. Africa Refining Industry, Sierra Leone
3.28. Africa Refining Industry, Liberia
3.29. Africa Refining Industry, Recent Developments
3.30. Africa Refining Industry, Recent Contracts

4. ASIA REFINING INDUSTRY

4.1. Asia Refining Industry, Snapshot
4.2. Asia Refining Industry, Planned and Announced Refineries, Capacity Expansions and Capex by Country
4.3. Asia Refining Industry, New Units and Capacity Expansions by Key Countries
4.4. Asia Refining Industry, China
4.5. Asia Refining Industry, India
4.6. Asia Refining Industry, South Korea
4.7. Asia Refining Industry, Japan
4.8. Asia Refining Industry, Singapore
4.9. Asia Refining Industry, Thailand
4.10. Asia Refining Industry, Indonesia
4.11. Asia Refining Industry, Taiwan
4.12. Asia Refining Industry, Malaysia
4.13. Asia Refining Industry, Pakistan
4.14. Asia Refining Industry, Vietnam
4.15. Asia Refining Industry, Philippines
4.16. Asia Refining Industry, Brunei
4.17. Asia Refining Industry, North Korea
4.18. Asia Refining Industry, Myanmar
4.19. Asia Refining Industry, Bangladesh
4.20. Asia Refining Industry, Sri Lanka
4.21. Asia Refining Industry, Laos
4.22. Asia Refining Industry, Afghanistan
4.23. Asia Refining Industry, Mongolia
4.24. Asia Refining Industry, Recent Developments
4.25. Asia Refining Industry, Recent Contracts

5. CARIBBEAN REFINING INDUSTRY

6. CENTRAL AMERICA REFINING INDUSTRY

7. EUROPE REFINING INDUSTRY

8. FORMER SOVIET UNION REFINING INDUSTRY

9. MIDDLE EAST REFINING INDUSTRY

10. NORTH AMERICA REFINING INDUSTRY

11. OCEANIA REFINING INDUSTRY

12. SOUTH AMERICA REFINING INDUSTRY

13. APPENDIX

13.1. Abbreviations
13.2. Important Definitions
13.3. States by PADD Regions Included in the Report
13.4. Methodology
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LIST OF TABLES

Table 1: Refining Industry, Global, Key Statistics, 2020
Table 2: Refining Industry, Global, Refining Capacity by Key Countries (mbd), 2015-2025
Table 3: Refining Industry, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity by Key Countries (mbd), 2015-2020
Table 4: Refining Industry, Global, Condensate Splitter Unit Capacity by Key Countries (mbd), 2015-2025
Table 5: Refining Industry, Global, Coking Unit Capacity by Key Countries (mbd), 2015-2025
Table 6: Refining Industry, Global, Catalytic Cracker Unit Capacity by Key Countries (mbd), 2015-2025
Table 7: Refining Industry, Global, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity by Key Countries (mbd), 2015-2025
Table 8: Refining Industry, Global, Top 10 Planned and Announced Refineries, 2021-2025
Table 9: Global, Annual New-Build and Expansion Capital Expenditure for Refineries (US$ mil), 2021-2025
Table 10: Refining Industry,Global, Annual New Build and Expansion Capital Expenditure Outlook for Refineries by Key Countries (US$ mil), 2021-2025
Table 11: Refining Industry, Global, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity Additions Through New and Existing Refineries Expansions by Region (mbd), 2021-2025
Table 12: Refining Industry, Global, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity Additions Through New Refineries by Region (mbd), 2021-2025
Table 13: Refining Industry, Global, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity Additions Through Existing Refinery Expansions by Region (mbd), 2021-2025
Table 14: Refining Industry, Global, Condensate Splitter Unit Capacity Additions Through New and Existing Unit Expansions by Region (mbd), 2021-2025
Table 15: Refining Industry, Global, Condensate Splitter Unit Capacity Additions Through New Refineries by Region (mbd), 2021-2025
Table 16: Refining Industry, Global, Condensate Splitter Unit Capacity Additions Through Existing Refinery Expansions by Region (mbd), 2021-2025
Table 17: Refining Industry, Global, Coking Unit Capacity Additions Through New and Existing Unit Expansions by Region (mbd), 2021-2025
Table 18: Refining Industry, Global, Coking Unit Capacity Additions Through New Refineries by Region (mbd), 2021-2025
Table 19: Refining Industry, Global, Coking Unit Capacity Additions Through Existing Unit Expansions by Region (mbd), 2021-2025
Table 20: Refining Industry, Global, Catalytic Cracker Unit Capacity Additions Through New and Existing Refinery Expansions by Region, 2021-2025
Table 21: Refining Industry, Global, Catalytic Cracker Unit Capacity Additions Through New Refineries by Region (mbd), 2021-2025
Table 22: Refining Industry, Global, Catalytic Cracker Unit Capacity Additions Through Existing Unit Expansions by Region (mbd), 2021-2025
Table 23: Refining Industry, Global, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity Additions Through New and Existing Refineries Expansions by Region (mbd), 2021-2025
Table 24: Refining Industry, Global, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity Additions Through New Refineries by Region (mbd), 2021-2025
Table 25: Refining Industry, Global, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity Additions Through Existing Refinery Expansions by Region (mbd), 2021-2025
Table 26: Refining Industry, Global, Contribution (%) to Global Refining Capacity, 2015-2025
Table 27: Refining Industry, Africa, Key Statistics, 2020
Table 28: Refining Industry, Africa, Refining Capacity by Key Countries (mbd), 2015-2025
Table 29: Refining Industry, Africa, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity by Key Countries (mbd), 2015-2020
Table 30: Refining Industry, Africa, Condensate Splitter Unit Capacity by Country (mbd), 2015-2025
Table 31: Refining Industry, Africa, Coking Unit Capacity by Country (mbd), 2015-2025
Table 32: Refining Industry, Africa, Catalytic Cracker Unit Capacity by Key Countries (mbd), 2015-2025
Table 33: Refining Industry, Africa, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity Market Share Vis-?-vis Growth by Key Countries, 2015-2025
Table 34: Refining Industry, Africa, Planned and Announced Refineries, 2021-2025
Table 35: Africa, Annual New Build and Expansion Capital Expenditure Outlook for Refineries (US$ mil), 2021-2025
Table 36: Africa, Annual New Build and Expansion Capital Expenditure Outlook for Refineries by Key Countries (US$ mil), 2021-2025
Table 37: Refining Industry, Africa, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity Additions Through New and Existing Refinery Expansions by Key Countries (mbd), 2021-2025
Table 38: Refining Industry, Africa, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity Additions Through New Refineries by Key Countries (mbd), 2021-2025
Table 39: Refining Industry, Africa, Crude Distillation Unit Additions Through Existing Unit Expansions by Key Countries (mbd), 2021-2025
Table 40: Refining Industry, Africa, Condensate Splitter Unit Capacity Additions Through New Refineries by Key Countries (mbd), 2021-2025
Table 41: Refining Industry, Africa, Coking Unit Capacity Additions Through New Refineries by Key Countries (mbd), 2021-2025
Table 42: Refining Industry, Africa, Catalytic Cracker Unit Capacity Additions Through New Refineries by Key Countries (mbd), 2021-2025
Table 43: Refining Industry, Africa, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity Additions Through New and Existing Refinery Expansions by Key Countries (mbd), 2021-2025
Table 44: Refining Industry, Africa, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity Additions Through New Refineries by Key Countries (mbd), 2021-2025
Table 45: Refining Industry, Africa, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity Additions Through Existing Refinery Expansions by Key Countries (mbd), 2021-2025
Table 46: Refining Industry, Egypt, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity (mbd), 2015-2025
Table 47: Refining Industry, Egypt, Coking Unit Capacity (mbd), 2015-2025
Table 48: Refining Industry, Egypt, Catalytic Cracker Unit Capacity (mbd), 2015-2025
Table 49: Refining Industry, Egypt, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity (mbd), 2015-2025
Table 50: Refining Industry, Algeria, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity (mbd), 2015-2025
Table 51: Refining Industry, Algeria, Condensate Splitter Unit Capacity (mbd), 2015-2025
Table 52: Refining Industry, Algeria, Catalytic cracker Unit Capacity (mbd), 2015-2025
Table 53: Refining Industry, Algeria, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity (mbd), 2015-2025
Table 54: Refining Industry, South Africa, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity (mbd), 2015-2025
Table 55: Refining Industry, South Africa, Catalytic cracker Unit Capacity (mbd), 2015-2025

The US is expected to lead the refining industry in North America, pushing the total crude oil refining capacity in the region from 24.6 million barrels per day (mmbd) in 2019 to approximately 25.8mmbd by 2024, according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.

The latest report, ‘Global Refining Industry Outlook to 2024 - Capacity and Capital Expenditure Outlook with Details of All Operating and Planned Refineries’, reveals that the US’s refining capacity additions will come from active and upcoming projects between 2020 and 2024, accounting for 57% of the total capacity growth in the region. In North America, 416.5 thousand barrel per day (mbd) capacity additions are likely from expansions of active refinery projects, while the remaining 833mbd is from new-build planned and announced projects.

Adithya Rekha, Oil and Gas Analyst at GlobalData, comments: “In North America, the US leads refinery capacity growth by 2024, with almost similar contributions from the expansions of active refinery projects and new-build projects with 376.5mbd and 340.5mbd, respectively. The Beaumont refinery expansion is expected to account for majority of the capacity additions in the country with 250mbd.”

GlobalData expects Mexico to be the second largest country in terms of crude oil refining capacity additions in North America. Two new-build refineries – Dos Bocas refinery and Soto la Marina – are expected to account for entire capacity additions in the country, with 340mbd and 60mbd respectively. Both the refineries are likely to start operations in 2022.

Rekha adds: “Canada accounts for the rest of the refinery capacity additions in North America with about 132.5mbd by 2024. Most of the capacity additions are though new-build projects with 92.5mbd, while expansions of the active refineries account for the rest with 40mbd”.



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