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  1. Global Capacity and Capital Expenditure Outlook for Refineries - New-Build Refinery Pipeline Risks Over-Capacity and Puts Pressure on Refiners

    By: GlobalData
    , Published: Mar-2015
    , Product code: GDGE0103MAR
    The global refining industry, which witnessed a marginal growth rate of 6% since 2010, is expected to rebound and witness a high growth rate of 16% during 2014 to 2019. Asia will dominate the global refining industry, both in terms of capacity growth and capex spending. The region will account for 33.9% and 60.1% of global capacity growth and capex spending by 2019. Europe and North America will also witness substantial growth in their refining capacities accounting for 21.3% and 21.1% of the global refining capacity growth by 2019. On the other hand, Africa will witness the highest refining capacity growth rate of 14.1% among all the regions in the world by 2019.
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  2. US Export Policies Adopting to Changing Crude Oil Supply Landscape

    By: GlobalData
    , Published: Jul-2014
    , Product code: GDGE0725VPT
    The regulation for prohibiting crude exports in the US was enacted 1975 under the Energy Policy and Conservation Act during the height of the Oil Embargo by OPEC against the US. This law made sense as domestic production was declining and the US was the worldÕs largest crude oil importer.
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  3. Downstream Regulatory Quarterly Outlook - Mexico Moves towards Energy Liberalization

    By: GlobalData
    , Published: Sep-2013
    , Product code: GDGE0002QDR-
    A cross section of regulatory reports across all sectors in the downstream universe. Includes analysis on biofuels, financial, safety, product specifications, legislation and other issues germane to the global refined products business.
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  4. Monthly Refined Products Forecast - Refinery Throughput Rises to Unprecedented Levels

    By: GlobalData
    , Published: Sep-2013
    , Product code: GDGE0005RPF-
    Oil product demand growth was held hostage by outside forces in late August/early September as issues regarding Syria’s use/non-use of chemical weapons in its ongoing civil war pushed crude oil prices to their highest levels in more than two-years, and lifted refined products prices as well. Add to this the economic instability felt when a major, growing industrialized nation, such as India, sees its currency lose more than 25% of its value in a short period of time, and the observer sees growing instability in many parts of the world. China had already seen its growth fall to single-digits from double-digits.
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  5. August Refined Products Forecast

    By: GlobalData
    , Published: Aug-2013
    , Product code: GDDADMF04-
    Gasoline demand is surprisingly strong in our latest forecast, due more to data revisions than to changes in consumer behavior. Official data often change like that – without warning and quite unexpectedly, making the analyst’s job fraught with peril. Before the revisions, we forecast developed nation gasoline demand reliably below five-year averages, but following the revisions, not only did the forecast jump solidly into the five-year average, but in many cases it eclipsed the prior year’s demand figure.
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  6. July Refined Products Forecast

    By: GlobalData
    , Published: Jul-2013
    , Product code: GDGE0003MDF-
    Events in the Middle East, such as an escalation of fighting in the Syrian civil war (with the major powers seeking to throw their weight around even more in that arena) along with a military coup in Egypt, have pushed the price of US crude oil benchmark West Texas Intermediate up over $100 per barrels for the first time in over a year. So far, refined product prices have been slow to follow owing to ample inventories globally. These political events have taken the spotlight off of Europe’s very real recession, however. That recession, which still is being felt in the downstream sector, will likely have an impact on regional and global downstream investments for some time to come. Any company looking at European demand growth as a place to unload marginal product had best look elsewhere as the region’s refineries are already on the endangered species list and demand is slated to decline for the foreseeable future. As always, it looks like the developing world and possibly the US will have to pick up the slack for the rest of the world’s excess production of motor fuels.
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