Refining Industry Outlook to 2021

Refining Industry Outlook in Asia and Oceania to 2021

Asia and Oceania plays an important role in the global refining industry. It accounts for 32.8% of the total global refining capacity.

The largest active refineries of Asia and Oceania are Ulsan (South Korea), Yeosu (South Korea), Onsan (South Korea), Jamnagar I (India) and Jurong Island I (Singapore).Refining capacity in Asia and Oceania increased from 29,657 mbd in 2011 to 32,899 mbd in 2016 at an AAGR of 2.1%.

It is expected to increase from 32,899 mbd in 2016 to 36,306 mbd in 2021 at an AAGR of 2.0%. China, India, Japan, South Korea and Singapore are the key countries in Asia and Oceania account for over 82.9% of the total refining capacity in the region.

Refining Industry Outlook in Middle East and Africa to 2021

Middle East and Africa plays an important role in the global refining industry. It accounts for 13.9% of the total global refining capacity.

The largest active refineries of Middle East and Africa are Ruwais (United Arab Emirates), Ras Tanura (Saudi Arabia), Mina Al-Ahmadi (Kuwait), Yanbu III(Saudi Arabia) and Ras Lanuf (Libya).

Refining capacity in Middle East and Africa increased from 12,099 mbd in 2011 to 13,945 mbd in 2016 at an AAGR of 2.8%. It is expected to increase from 13,945 mbd in 2016 to 23,965 mbd in 2021 at an AAGR of 10.8%. Saudi Arabia, Iran, United Arab Emirates, Iraq and Kuwait are the key countries in the Middle East and Africa accounting for over 57.5% of the total refining capacity of the region.

Refining Industry Outlook in Europe to 2021

Europe plays an important role in the global refining industry. It accounts for 14.5% of global refining capacity. The largest active refineries of Europe are Pernis (Netherlands), Rotterdam II (Netherlands), Antwerp I (Belgium), Plock (Poland) and Rheinland (Germany).

Refining capacity in Europe decreased from 15,817 mbd in 2011 to 14,509 mbd in 2016 at a negative AAGR of 1.7%. It is expected to increase from 14,509 mbd in 2016 to 14,642 mbd in 2021 at an AAGR of 0.2%. Germany, Italy, Spain, France and United Kingdom are the key countries in Europe, accounting for over 54.9% of the total refining capacity of the region.



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