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Capacity and Capital Expenditure Outlook for Refineries in Asia and Oceania - China Drives Refinery Capacity Growth

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Capacity and Capital Expenditure Outlook for Refineries in Asia and Oceania - China Drives Refinery Capacity Growth

Summary

GlobalData's energy offering, "Capacity and Capital Expenditure Outlook for Refineries in Asia and Oceania - China Drives Refinery Capacity Growth" is the essential source for industry data and information relating to the refining industry in Asia and Oceania. It provides asset level information relating to active and planned refineries in Asia and Oceania. The details of major companies operating in the refining industry in Asia and Oceania are included in the report. The latest news and deals relating to the sector are also provided and analyzed.

This report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GlobalData's team of industry experts.

Scope

- Updated information relating to all active and planned refineries
- Provides historical data from 2005 to 2013, forecast to 2018
- Information on refining, FCC, hydrocracking and coking capacities by refinery and country
- Provides operator information for all active and planned refineries
- Information on the top companies in the sector including business description and strategic analysis. Key companies covered are China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation, PetroChina Company Limited and JX Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation
- Product and brand updates, strategy changes, R&D projects, corporate expansions and contractions and regulatory changes.
- Key mergers and acquisitions, partnerships, private equity investments and IPOs.

Reasons to buy

- Obtain the most up to date information available on all active and planned refineries in Asia and Oceania
- Identify growth segments and opportunities in the industry.
- Facilitate decision making on the basis of strong historic and forecast refinery and unit capacity data.
- Assess your competitor's refining portfolio and its evolution
- Understand and respond to your competitors business structure, strategy and prospects.
- Develop strategies based on the latest operational, financial, and regulatory events.
- Do deals with an understanding of how competitors are financed, and the mergers and partnerships that have shaped the market.
- Identify and analyze the strengths and weaknesses of the leading companies in Asia and Oceania.
1 Table of Contents

2 Introduction 12
2.1 What is This Report About? 12
2.2 How to Use This Report? 12
2.3 Market Definition 12
3 Asia and Oceania Refining Industry 13
3.1 Asia and Oceania Refining Industry, Overview 13
3.1.1 Asia and Oceania Refining Industry, Key Data 13
3.2 Refining Industry in Asia and Oceania, Total Refining Capacity 13
3.2.1 Refining Industry in Asia and Oceania, Total Refining Capacity by Country 13
3.3 Asia and Oceania Refining Industry, Planned Refining Facilities 15
3.3.1 Refining Industry in Asia and Oceania, Annual Capital Expenditure Outlook for Planned Refineries 16
3.4 Refining Industry in China 17
3.4.1 Refining Industry in China, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity, 2005-2018 17
3.4.2 Refining Industry in China, Coking Capacity, 2005-2018 31
3.4.3 Refining Industry in China, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity, 2005-2018 36
3.4.4 Refining Industry in China, Hydrocracking Capacity, 2005-2018 46
3.5 Refining Industry in Japan 49
3.5.1 Refining Industry in Japan, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity, 2005-2018 49
3.5.2 Refining Industry in Japan, Coking Capacity, 2005-2018 51
3.5.3 Refining Industry in Japan, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity, 2005-2018 51
3.5.4 Refining Industry in Japan, Hydrocracking Capacity, 2005-2018 53
3.6 Refining Industry in India 54
3.6.1 Refining Industry in India, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity, 2005-2018 54
3.6.2 Refining Industry in India, Coking Capacity, 2005-2018 56
3.6.3 Refining Industry in India, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity, 2005-2018 58
3.6.4 Refining Industry in India, Hydrocracking Capacity, 2005-2018 60
3.7 Refining Industry in South Korea 61
3.7.1 Refining Industry in South Korea, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity, 2005-2018 61
3.7.2 Refining Industry in South Korea, Coking Capacity, 2005-2018 61
3.7.3 Refining Industry in South Korea, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity, 2005-2018 62
3.7.4 Refining Industry in South Korea, Hydrocracking Capacity, 2005-2018 62
3.8 Refining Industry in Singapore 63
3.8.1 Refining Industry in Singapore, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity, 2005-2018 63
3.8.2 Refining Industry in Singapore, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity, 2005-2018 63
3.8.3 Refining Industry in Singapore, Hydrocracking Capacity, 2005-2018 64
3.9 Refining Industry in Taiwan 65
3.9.1 Refining Industry in Taiwan, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity, 2005-2018 65
3.9.2 Refining Industry in Taiwan, Coking Capacity, 2005-2018 65
3.9.3 Refining Industry in Taiwan, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity, 2005-2018 66
3.9.4 Refining Industry in Taiwan, Hydrocracking Capacity, 2005-2018 66
3.10 Refining Industry in Indonesia 67
3.10.1 Refining Industry in Indonesia, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity, 2005-2018 67
3.10.2 Refining Industry in Indonesia, Coking Capacity, 2005-2018 68
3.10.3 Refining Industry in Indonesia, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity, 2005-2018 68
3.10.4 Refining Industry in Indonesia, Hydrocracking Capacity, 2005-2018 68
3.11 Refining Industry in Thailand 69
3.11.1 Refining Industry in Thailand, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity, 2005-2018 69
3.11.2 Refining Industry in Thailand, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity, 2005-2018 70
3.11.3 Refining Industry in Thailand, Hydrocracking Capacity, 2005-2018 70
3.12 Refining Industry in Australia 71
3.12.1 Refining Industry in Australia, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity, 2005-2018 71
3.12.2 Refining Industry in Australia, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity, 2005-2018 72
3.12.3 Refining Industry in Australia, Hydrocracking Capacity, 2005-2018 72
3.13 Refining Industry in Malaysia 73
3.13.1 Refining Industry in Malaysia, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity, 2005-2018 73
3.13.2 Refining Industry in Malaysia, Coking Capacity, 2005-2018 74
3.13.3 Refining Industry in Malaysia, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity, 2005-2018 74
3.13.4 Refining Industry in Malaysia, Hydrocracking Capacity, 2005-2018 74
3.14 Refining Industry in Kazakhstan 75
3.14.1 Refining Industry in Kazakhstan, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity, 2005-2018 75
3.14.2 Refining Industry in Kazakhstan, Coking Capacity, 2005-2018 75
3.14.3 Refining Industry in Kazakhstan, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity, 2005-2018 76
3.15 Refining Industry in Pakistan 77
3.15.1 Refining Industry in Pakistan, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity, 2005-2018 77
3.15.2 Refining Industry in Pakistan, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity, 2005-2018 78
3.15.3 Refining Industry in Pakistan, Hydrocracking Capacity, 2005-2018 78
3.16 Refining Industry in Philippines 79
3.16.1 Refining Industry in Philippines, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity, 2005-2018 79
3.16.2 Refining Industry in Philippines, Coking Capacity, 2005-2018 79
3.16.3 Refining Industry in Philippines, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity, 2005-2018 80
3.16.4 Refining Industry in Philippines, Hydrocracking Capacity, 2005-2018 80
3.17 Refining Industry in Turkmenistan 81
3.17.1 Refining Industry in Turkmenistan, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity, 2005-2018 81
3.17.2 Refining Industry in Turkmenistan, Coking Capacity, 2005-2018 81
3.17.3 Refining Industry in Turkmenistan, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity, 2005-2018 82
3.18 Refining Industry in Uzbekistan 82
3.18.1 Refining Industry in Uzbekistan, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity, 2005-2018 82
3.18.2 Refining Industry in Uzbekistan, Coking Capacity, 2005-2018 83
3.19 Refining Industry in Vietnam 83
3.19.1 Refining Industry in Vietnam, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity, 2005-2018 83
3.19.2 Refining Industry in Vietnam, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity, 2005-2018 84
3.19.3 Refining Industry in Vietnam, Hydrocracking Capacity, 2005-2018 84
3.20 Refining Industry in New Zealand 85
3.20.1 Refining Industry in New Zealand, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity, 2005-2018 85
3.20.2 Refining Industry in New Zealand, Hydrocracking Capacity, 2005-2018 85
3.21 Refining Industry in North Korea 86
3.21.1 Refining Industry in North Korea, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity, 2005-2018 86
3.21.2 Refining Industry in North Korea, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity, 2005-2018 86
3.22 Refining Industry in Myanmar 87
3.22.1 Refining Industry in Myanmar, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity, 2005-2018 87
3.22.2 Refining Industry in Myanmar, Coking Capacity, 2005-2018 88
3.22.3 Refining Industry in Myanmar, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity, 2005-2018 88
3.23 Refining Industry in Sri Lanka 89
3.23.1 Refining Industry in Sri Lanka, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity, 2005-2018 89
3.24 Refining Industry in Papua New Guinea 90
3.24.1 Refining Industry in Papua New Guinea, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity, 2005-2018 90
3.25 Refining Industry in Bangladesh 91
3.25.1 Refining Industry in Bangladesh, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity, 2005-2018 91
3.25.2 Refining Industry in Bangladesh, Hydrocracking Capacity, 2005-2018 91
3.26 Refining Industry in Kyrgyzstan 92
3.26.1 Refining Industry in Kyrgyzstan, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity, 2005-2018 92
3.27 Refining Industry in Brunei 93
3.27.1 Refining Industry in Brunei, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity, 2005-2018 93
3.27.2 Refining Industry in Brunei, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity, 2005-2018 93
3.27.3 Refining Industry in Brunei, Hydrocracking Capacity, 2005-2018 94
3.28 Refining Industry in Afghanistan 94
3.28.1 Refining Industry in Afghanistan, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity, 2005-2018 94
3.28.2 Refining Industry in Afghanistan, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity, 2005-2018 95
3.29 Refining Industry in Tajikistan 95
3.29.1 Refining Industry in Tajikistan, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity, 2005-2018 95
3.30 Refining Industry in Cambodia 96
3.30.1 Refining Industry in Cambodia, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity, 2005-2018 96
3.30.2 Refining Industry in Cambodia, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity, 2005-2018 96
3.30.3 Refining Industry in Cambodia, Hydrocracking Capacity, 2005-2018 97
3.31 Refining Industry in Mongolia 97
3.31.1 Refining Industry in Mongolia, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity, 2005-2018 97
3.31.2 Refining Industry in Mongolia, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity, 2005-2018 98
4 Profile of China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation 99
4.1 China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation, Key Information 99
4.2 China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation, Company Overview 99
4.3 China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation, Business Description 99
4.3.1 Business Overview 99
4.3.2 Chemicals 101
4.3.3 Exploration and Production 102
4.3.4 Marketing and Distribution 103
4.3.5 Others 103
4.3.6 Refining 104
4.4 China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation, SWOT Analysis 104
4.4.1 Overview 104
4.4.2 China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation Strengths 105
4.4.3 China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation Weaknesses 106
4.4.4 China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation Opportunities 107
4.4.5 China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation Threats 109
5 Profile of PetroChina Company Limited 110
5.1 PetroChina Company Limited, Key Information 110
5.2 PetroChina Company Limited, Company Overview 110
5.3 PetroChina Company Limited, Business Description 110
5.3.1 Business Overview 110
5.3.2 Exploration and Production 111
5.3.3 Marketing 112
5.3.4 Natural Gas and Pipeline 112
5.3.5 Refining and Chemicals 113
5.4 SWOT Analysis 114
5.4.1 Overview 114
5.4.2 PetroChina Company Limited Strengths 114
5.4.3 PetroChina Company Limited Weaknesses 116
5.4.4 PetroChina Company Limited Opportunities 117
5.4.5 PetroChina Company Limited Threats 118
6 Profile of JX Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation 120
6.1 JX Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation, Key Information 120
6.2 JX Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation, Company Overview 120
6.3 JX Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation, Business Description 120
6.3.1 Business Overview 120
6.4 JX Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation, SWOT Analysis 121
6.4.1 Overview 121
6.4.2 JX Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation Strengths 122
6.4.3 JX Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation Weaknesses 123
6.4.4 JX Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation Opportunities 123
6.4.5 JX Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation Threats 124
7 Financial Deals Landscape 125
7.1 Detailed Deal Summary 125
7.1.1 Acquisition 125
7.1.2 Equity Offerings 131
7.1.3 Debt Offerings 134
7.1.4 Partnerships 142
7.1.5 Asset Transactions 142
8 Recent Developments 148
8.1 License Rounds 148
8.1.1 Jun 25, 2014: Uganda selects final bidders for $2.5bn refinery 148
8.1.2 Dec 16, 2013: Uganda Selects Bidders For Proposed 60,000bpd Oil Refinery 148
8.1.3 Nov 26, 2013: Brazil To Invite Tender For Premium II Refinery In H1 2014 148
8.1.4 Aug 17, 2013: Iraq Adds Five More Companies For Nassiriya Oil Field Bid 149
8.2 License Awards 149
8.2.1 Jan 21, 2014: Statoil awarded new acreage on the Norwegian continental shelf 149
8.2.2 Dec 09, 2013: Petronas, Shell win Brunei's offshore blocks 150
8.3 Strategy and Business Expansion 151
8.3.1 Jun 17, 2014: MOL Opens Its Regional Office In Erbil, Kurdistan Region Of Iraq 151
8.3.2 Jun 15, 2014: Black Diamond Oil Seychelles Opens Corporation in United Kingdom with Refinery Launch into Middle East 151
8.3.3 Jun 13, 2014: Curacao, PDVSA to upgrade Isla oil refinery 153
8.3.4 Jun 02, 2014: Gazprom Neft seeks adding 30 million tonnes refining capacity outside Russia 153
8.4 Recent Discoveries 154
8.4.1 Oct 23, 2013: Petrobras discovers hydrocarbons in Santos basin, Brazil 154
8.5 Drilling and Production Updates 154
8.5.1 Jul 01, 2014: Petrobras' May oil production in Brazil up 2.2% 154
8.5.2 Apr 10, 2014: Shelton Petroleum's Production report for March 2014 156
8.5.3 Apr 03, 2014: CVO Petrochemical starts production at new refinery 156
8.6 Other Significant Developments 156
8.6.1 Jul 02, 2014: ExxonMobil Announces Antwerp Refinery Investment of More Than $1 Billion 156
8.6.2 Jun 30, 2014: Iran considers building five mini-refineries at Southwestern province 157
8.6.3 Jun 30, 2014: Mr. AMK Sinha entrusted additional charge as Chairman, IndianOil 157
8.6.4 Jun 27, 2014: NGSC identifies locations for construction of mini LNG refineries in Iran 158
8.7 New Contracts Announcements 159
8.7.1 Jun 30, 2014: Hyundai E&C wins $3.47bn order to expand Puerto La Cruz refinery in Venezuela 159
8.7.2 Jun 10, 2014: Graham Wins $8 Million of Orders for Global Oil Refining Projects 159
8.7.3 Jun 01, 2014: Mohammed Al-Mojil Group signs MOU with Essar to develop construction services solution for Jazan refinery 160
9 Appendix 161
9.1 Abbreviations 161
9.2 Methodology 161
9.2.1 Coverage 161
9.2.2 Secondary Research 162
9.2.3 Primary Research 162
9.3 Contact Us 162
9.4 Disclaimer 163


1.1 List of Tables

Table 1: Asia and Oceania, Refinery Key Statistics, 2013 13
Table 2: Asia and Oceania, Refining Capacity by Country (mbd), 2005-2018 13
Table 3: Asia and Oceania, Planned Refineries, 2014-2018 15
Table 4: Asia and Oceania, Annual Capital Expenditure Outlook for Refineries (Million USD), 2014-2018 16
Table 5: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in China (mbd), 2005-2018 17
Table 6: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in China (mbd), 2005-2018 (Contd.1) 18
Table 7: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in China (mbd), 2005-2018 (Contd.2) 19
Table 8: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in China (mbd), 2005-2018 (Contd.3) 20
Table 9: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in China (mbd), 2005-2018 (Contd.4) 21
Table 10: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in China (mbd), 2005-2018 (Contd.5) 22
Table 11: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in China (mbd), 2005-2018 (Contd.6) 23
Table 12: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in China (mbd), 2005-2018 (Contd.7) 24
Table 13: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in China (mbd), 2005-2018 (Contd.8) 25
Table 14: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in China (mbd), 2005-2018 (Contd.9) 26
Table 15: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in China (mbd), 2005-2018 (Contd.10) 27
Table 16: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in China (mbd), 2005-2018 (Contd.11) 28
Table 17: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in China (mbd), 2005-2018 (Contd.12) 29
Table 18: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in China (mbd), 2005-2018 (Contd.13) 30
Table 19: Asia and Oceania, Coking Unit Capacity in China (mbd), 2005-2018 31
Table 20: Asia and Oceania, Coking Unit Capacity in China (mbd), 2005-2018 (Contd.1) 32
Table 21: Asia and Oceania, Coking Unit Capacity in China (mbd), 2005-2018 (Contd.2) 33
Table 22: Asia and Oceania, Coking Unit Capacity in China (mbd), 2005-2018 (Contd.3) 34
Table 23: Asia and Oceania, Coking Unit Capacity in China (mbd), 2005-2018 (Contd.4) 35
Table 24: Asia and Oceania, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in China (mbd), 2005-2018 36
Table 25: Asia and Oceania, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in China (mbd), 2005-2018 (Contd.1) 37
Table 26: Asia and Oceania, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in China (mbd), 2005-2018 (Contd.2) 38
Table 27: Asia and Oceania, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in China (mbd), 2005-2018 (Contd.3) 39
Table 28: Asia and Oceania, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in China (mbd), 2005-2018 (Contd.4) 40
Table 29: Asia and Oceania, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in China (mbd), 2005-2018 (Contd.5) 41
Table 30: Asia and Oceania, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in China (mbd), 2005-2018 (Contd.6) 42
Table 31: Asia and Oceania, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in China (mbd), 2005-2018 (Contd.7) 43
Table 32: Asia and Oceania, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in China (mbd), 2005-2018 (Contd.8) 44
Table 33: Asia and Oceania, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in China (mbd), 2005-2018 (Contd.9) 45
Table 34: Asia and Oceania, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity in China (mbd), 2005-2018 46
Table 35: Asia and Oceania, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity in China (mbd), 2005-2018 (Contd.1) 47
Table 36: Asia and Oceania, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity in China (mbd), 2005-2018 (Contd.2) 48
Table 37: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in Japan (mbd), 2005-2018 49
Table 38: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in Japan (mbd), 2005-2018 (Contd.1) 50
Table 39: Asia and Oceania, Coking Unit Capacity in Japan (mbd), 2005-2018 51
Table 40: Asia and Oceania, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in Japan (mbd), 2005-2018 51
Table 41: Asia and Oceania, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in Japan (mbd), 2005-2018 (Contd.1) 52
Table 42: Asia and Oceania, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity in Japan (mbd), 2005-2018 53
Table 43: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in India (mbd), 2005-2018 54
Table 44: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in India (mbd), 2005-2018 (Contd.1) 55
Table 45: Asia and Oceania, Coking Unit Capacity in India (mbd), 2005-2018 56
Table 46: Asia and Oceania, Coking Unit Capacity in India (mbd), 2005-2018 (Contd.1) 57
Table 47: Asia and Oceania, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in India (mbd), 2005-2018 58
Table 48: Asia and Oceania, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in India (mbd), 2005-2018 (Contd.1) 59
Table 49: Asia and Oceania, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity in India (mbd), 2005-2018 60
Table 50: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in South Korea (mbd), 2005-2018 61
Table 51: Asia and Oceania, Coking Unit Capacity in South Korea (mbd), 2005-2018 61
Table 52: Asia and Oceania, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in South Korea (mbd), 2005-2018 62
Table 53: Asia and Oceania, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity in South Korea (mbd), 2005-2018 62
Table 54: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in Singapore (mbd), 2005-2018 63
Table 55: Asia and Oceania, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in Singapore (mbd), 2005-2018 63
Table 56: Asia and Oceania, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity in Singapore (mbd), 2005-2018 64
Table 57: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in Taiwan (mbd), 2005-2018 65
Table 58: Asia and Oceania, Coking Unit Capacity in Taiwan (mbd), 2005-2018 65
Table 59: Asia and Oceania, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in Taiwan (mbd), 2005-2018 66
Table 60: Asia and Oceania, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity in Taiwan (mbd), 2005-2018 66
Table 61: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in Indonesia (mbd), 2005-2018 67
Table 62: Asia and Oceania, Coking Unit Capacity in Indonesia (mbd), 2005-2018 68
Table 63: Asia and Oceania, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in Indonesia (mbd), 2005-2018 68
Table 64: Asia and Oceania, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity in Indonesia (mbd), 2005-2018 68
Table 65: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in Thailand (mbd), 2005-2018 69
Table 66: Asia and Oceania, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in Thailand (mbd), 2005-2018 70
Table 67: Asia and Oceania, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity in Thailand (mbd), 2005-2018 70
Table 68: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in Australia (mbd), 2005-2018 71
Table 69: Asia and Oceania, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in Australia (mbd), 2005-2018 72
Table 70: Asia and Oceania, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity in Australia (mbd), 2005-2018 72
Table 71: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in Malaysia (mbd), 2005-2018 73
Table 72: Asia and Oceania, Coking Unit Capacity in Malaysia (mbd), 2005-2018 74
Table 73: Asia and Oceania, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in Malaysia (mbd), 2005-2018 74
Table 74: Asia and Oceania, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity in Malaysia (mbd), 2005-2018 74
Table 75: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in Kazakhstan (mbd), 2005-2018 75
Table 76: Asia and Oceania, Coking Unit Capacity in Kazakhstan (mbd), 2005-2018 75
Table 77: Asia and Oceania, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in Kazakhstan (mbd), 2005-2018 76
Table 78: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in Pakistan (mbd), 2005-2018 77
Table 79: Asia and Oceania, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in Pakistan (mbd), 2005-2018 78
Table 80: Asia and Oceania, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity in Pakistan (mbd), 2005-2018 78
Table 81: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in Philippines (mbd), 2005-2018 79
Table 82: Asia and Oceania, Coking Unit Capacity in Philippines (mbd), 2005-2018 79
Table 83: Asia and Oceania, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in Philippines (mbd), 2005-2018 80
Table 84: Asia and Oceania, Hydrocracking Capacity in Philippines (mbd), 2005-2018 80
Table 85: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in Turkmenistan (mbd), 2005-2018 81
Table 86: Asia and Oceania, Coking Unit Capacity in Turkmenistan (mbd), 2005-2018 81
Table 87: Asia and Oceania, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in Turkmenistan (mbd), 2005-2018 82
Table 88: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in Uzbekistan (mbd), 2005-2018 82
Table 89: Asia and Oceania, Coking Unit Capacity in Uzbekistan (mbd), 2005-2018 83
Table 90: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in Vietnam (mbd), 2005-2018 83
Table 91: Asia and Oceania, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity in Vietnam (mbd), 2005-2018 84
Table 92: Asia and Oceania, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity in Vietnam (mbd), 2005-2018 84
Table 93: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in New Zealand (mbd), 2005-2018 85
Table 94: Asia and Oceania, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity in New Zealand (mbd), 2005-2018 85
Table 95: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in North Korea (mbd), 2005-2018 86
Table 96: Asia and Oceania, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in North Korea (mbd), 2005-2018 86
Table 97: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in Myanmar (mbd), 2005-2018 87
Table 98: Asia and Oceania, Coking Unit Capacity in Myanmar (mbd), 2005-2018 88
Table 99: Asia and Oceania, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in Myanmar (mbd), 2005-2018 88
Table 100: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in Sri Lanka (mbd), 2005-2018 89
Table 101: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in Papua New Guinea (mbd), 2005-2018 90
Table 102: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in Bangladesh (mbd), 2005-2018 91
Table 103: Asia and Oceania, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity in Bangladesh (mbd), 2005-2018 91
Table 104: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in Kyrgyzstan (mbd), 2005-2018 92
Table 105: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in Brunei (mbd), 2005-2018 93
Table 106: Asia and Oceania, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in Brunei (mbd), 2005-2018 93
Table 107: Asia and Oceania, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity in Brunei (mbd), 2005-2018 94
Table 108: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in Afghanistan (mbd), 2005-2018 94
Table 109: Asia and Oceania, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in Afghanistan (mbd), 2005-2018 95
Table 110: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in Tajikistan (mbd), 2005-2018 95
Table 111: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in Cambodia (mbd), 2005-2018 96
Table 112: Asia and Oceania, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in Cambodia (mbd), 2005-2018 96
Table 113: Asia and Oceania, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity in Cambodia (mbd), 2005-2018 97
Table 114: Asia and Oceania, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in Mongolia (mbd), 2005-2018 97
Table 115: Asia and Oceania, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in Mongolia (mbd), 2005-2018 98
Table 116: China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation, Key Facts 99
Table 117: China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation, SWOT Analysis 105
Table 118: PetroChina Company Limited, Key Facts 110
Table 119: PetroChina Company Limited, SWOT Analysis 114
Table 120: JX Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation, Key Facts 120
Table 121: JX Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation , SWOT Analysis 122
Table 122: ONGC And Oil India Completes Acquisition Of 10% Stake In Indian Oil For US$865 Million 125
Table 123: Saudi Aramco Plans To Acquire 28.41% Interest In S-Oil From Hanjin Energy For US$2.09 Billion 127
Table 124: TonenGeneral Completes Acquisition Of 89.93% Interest In Mitsui Oil From Mitsui & Co For US$242 Million 128
Table 125: Mitsui Oil To Acquire Minority Stake In TonenGeneral From Exxon Mobil 130
Table 126: New Zealand Refining Completes Private Placement Of Shares For US$40 Million 131
Table 127: New Zealand Refining Raises US$6 Million Through Issue Of Shares 132
Table 128: Z Energy Completes IPO Of Shares For US$677 Million 133
Table 129: Reliance Industries Plans Private Placement Of Debt Securities For US$1.7 Billion 134
Table 130: Oil India Prices Public Offering Of 3.875% Notes Due 2019 For US$500 Million 135
Table 131: Sinopec Completes Public Offering Of Bonds Due 2017 For US$1.5 Billion 136
Table 132: BPCL Completes Public Offering Of 2.988% Bond Due 2019 For US$197.1 Million 137
Table 133: Indian Oil Plans Public Offering Of 6.9% Bonds Due 2026 For US$16 Million 138
Table 134: Sinopec Group Completes Public Offering Of 2.74% Notes Due 2020 For US$746.6 Million 138
Table 135: HPCL-Mittal Energy Announces Public Offering Of Debentures For US$84 Million 140
Table 136: Indian Oil Completes Public Offering Of 5.8% Bonds For US$506.4 Million 141
Table 137: Hengyi Industries And Hongkong Tianyi Form Partnership With Damai Holdings 142
Table 138: Puma Energy Acquires Refining And Fuels Marketing Businesses Of InterOil For US$525.6 Million 142
Table 139: Vitol And Abu Dhabi Investment Council To Acquire Shell's Australian Downstream Businesses For US$2.6 Billion 144
Table 140: Cairn India May Acquire Stake In Barmer Oil Refinery In Rajasthan 146
Table 141: Kuwait Petroleum Plans To Acquire Stake In Paradip Refinery And Petrochemical Complex In Orissa, India From Indian Oil 147


1.2 List of Figures

Figure 1: Asia and Oceania, Country Wise Share Vis-à-vis Growth in Refining Operation, 2008-2013 14
Figure 2: Asia and Oceania, Annual Capital Expenditure Outlook for Refineries (Million USD), 2014-2018 16


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