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October 19, 2009 08:08 ET

Analyzing the Crude Oil Industry Thru 2015

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The Future of the Crude Oil Industry to 2015

Summary

"The Future of the Global Crude Oil Industry to 2015," provides an in-depth analysis, highlights the various concerns, shifting trends and prospects in the global crude oil industry. This report will support investment decisions in the crude oil industry with detailed information on the crude oil demand-supply scenario, analysis of key issues and challenges in the oil industry across the complete value chain, analysis of major markets across the different regions and the competitive scenario across of the different segments of the crude oil industry. The report also details the major future trends and opportunities in the overall crude oil market.

Scope

--  Demand and supply scenario of crude oil for all the major regions of
    the world
--  In-depth analysis of key drivers and challenges across the industry in
    each area of the value chain, ie the E&P industry, the pipeline industry,
    oil storage and refining industry to 2015
--  Detailed geographic analysis of key growth regions, patterns of growth
    in each sector of the crude oil value chain
--  Detailed competitive analysis of major companies operating in each
    sector of the crude oil value chain, analyzing the major integrated and
    independent companies and also the major international oil companies and
    national oil companies operating in each part of the value chain
--  Analysis of major future projects across each industry in the crude
    oil value chain
--  Analysis of major future trends in each sector of the crude oil value
    chain
    

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    gas value chain
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    identifying attractive areas for new investments
--  Be ahead of the competition with the help of detailed information on
    current scenario, emerging markets and upcoming projects across the crude
    oil value chain
--  Make informed business decisions by understanding the key issues and
    challenges faced by the crude oil industry
    

Topics covered in the report include...

1 Table Of Contents
    1.1 List of Tables
    1.2 List OF Figures
2 Executive Summary
    2.1 The Overall Crude Oil industry is set to expand during 2008-15
    2.2 The Crude Oil Industry has been hit by the Global Economic
     Slowdown but will revive by 2010
    2.3 The National Oil Companies are playing an increasing important
     role in the Global Crude Oil industry
    2.4 Latin American countries will play a vital role in meeting the
     World crude oil demand
    2.5 The Canadian oil sands industry is expected to revive by 2010
    2.6 Stringent safety and environmental regulations have increased
     costs for construction and maintenance of pipelines
    2.7 Crude oil storage capacity in China will increase by approximately
     four times by 2015
    2.8 Asia Pacific and Middle-East and Africa Regions will witness
     strong growth in refining capacity
    2.9 The global crude oil consumption will continue to increase driven
     by demand in BRIC Nations
3 Global Crude Oil Industry
    3.1 Crude Oil Industry Overview
    3.1.1 Global Crude Oil Industry, Key Statistics, 2008
    3.1.2 Global Crude Oil Industry: Growth Across The Value Chain,
     2000-08
    3.2 Crude Oil Exploration and Production Industry: Key Trends and
     Future Prospects
    3.2.1 The expected increase in crude oil prices and increasing
     production from OPEC Nations will drive the growth of E&P industry
    3.2.2 BP Plc was the largest International Oil Producing Company
     In 2008
    3.2.3 The National Oil Companies will continue to dominate the
     E&P Sector
    3.2.4 The E&P Industry has been adversely affected by the global
     economic slowdown
    3.2.5 The increasing role of Latin American countries in the global
     E&P industry
    3.3 Crude Oil Pipeline Industry: Key Trends and Future Prospects
    3.3.1 Russia and the US dominate the world in terms of crude oil
     pipeline network
    3.3.2 North America will account for major part of the pipeline
     additions during 2009-15
    3.3.3 Investments in maintenance and upgrading of pipelines will
     increase
    3.4 Crude Oil Storage Industry: Key Trends and Future Prospects
    3.4.1 The Crude Oil Storage Industry witnessed a steady growth
     during 2008-15 and will continue to grow at a stable pace during
     2009-15
    3.4.2 The US leads the crude oil storage industry
    3.4.3 Asia Pacific led by China will witness a significant growth
     in Oil Storage Industry during 2008-15
    3.4.4 China's storage capacity industry will experience a boom during
     2009-15
    3.5 Crude Oil Refining Industry: Key Trends and Future Prospects
    3.5.1 The growing demand for petroleum products leads to huge surge
     in refining capacities of India and China till 2015
    3.5.2 The financial crises and lowering crude oil demand has hampered
     the growth of the industry
    3.5.3 The National Oil Companies (NOCs) will play an increasing
     important role in the global refining industry by 2015
    3.5.4 The Middle East and Africa Region will lead the growth of the
     refining industry during 2008-15
    3.5.5 The shift of petroleum product demand from gasoline to diesel
     will pose challenges for the industry
    3.6 Crude Oil Consumption: Key Trends and Future Prospects
    3.6.1 Crude oil consumption will decrease in 2009 but is expected pick
     up in 2010
    3.6.2 The global crude oil consumption will continue to increase
     During 2008-15
    3.6.3 The BRIC Nations will drive the growth in crude oil consumption
4 Global Crude Oil Exploration and Production Industry
    4.1 Industry Overview
    4.1.1 Global Crude Oil E&P Industry, Key Statistics, 2008
    4.1.2 Global Crude Oil E&P Industry, Growth by Country
    4.1.3 Global Crude Oil E&P Industry Growth By Company
    4.2 Crude Oil E&P Industry: Key Drivers and Challenges
    4.2.1 The expected growth in crude oil demand assures the growth of
     the crude oil industry
    4.2.2 The expected increase in crude oil prices continues to drive
     investments into the E&P industry
    4.2.3 The global economic meltdown has stagnated the growth of the
     E&P industry
    4.2.4 Resource nationalization remains a major concern for
     International Oil Companies
    4.2.5 Changes in fiscal regimes pose a major challenge to the industry
    4.2.6 Technological advancements continue to pose challenge to the
     E&P industry
    4.3 Crude Oil E&P Industry: Geographic Analysis
    4.3.1 Crude oil reserves, growth patterns by Regions
    4.3.2 Crude oil production, growth patterns by Regions
    4.4 Crude Oil E&P Industry: Competitive Analysis
    4.4.1 Major Integrated E&P Companies Analysis
    4.4.2 Major Independent E&P Companies Analysis
    4.4.3 Major National Oil Companies Analysis
    4.5 Major Planned Projects, 2009-15
    4.6 Crude Oil E&P Industry: Major Trends
    4.6.1 Latin America will play an increasing important role in the
     global E&P industry
    4.6.2 The weak financial markets and uncertainty in crude oil demand
     causes reduction in CAPEX of many international oil companies
     during 2009
    4.6.3 OPEC will continue to dominate the supply side of the global
     crude oil industry
    4.6.4 The Canadian Oil Sands Industry has been worst hit by the global
     crisis but the industry is expected to revive by 2010
    4.6.5 Motivated to maximize national wealth, National Oil Companies
     will lead the investments in the sector
5 Global Crude Oil Pipeline Industry
    5.1 Industry Overview
    5.1.1 Global Crude Oil Pipeline, Key Statistics, 2008
    5.1.2 Global crude oil pipeline growth by country
    5.1.3 Global crude oil pipeline growth by company
    5.2 Crude Oil Pipeline Industry: Key Drivers and Challenges
    5.2.1 The growth in crude oil consumption globally ensures the growth
     of pipeline industry
    5.2.2 The investments in maintenance and operations of pipelines
     increasing
    5.2.3 Regulatory Compliance Necessitates Huge Investments
    5.2.4 Geopolitical Issues Remain a Main Hurdle For Cross Country
     Pipelines
    5.3 Crude Oil Pipeline Industry: Geographic Analysis
    5.3.1 Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, Growth Patterns By Regions
    5.4 Crude Oil Pipeline Industry: Competitive Analysis
    5.4.1 Major Companies, By Region
    5.4.2 International Oil Companies Versus The National Oil Companies
    5.5 Major Planned Projects, 2009-15
    5.5.1 New crude oil pipelines, 2009-15
    5.5.2 Planned projects by region
    5.6 Crude Oil Pipeline Industry: Major Future Trends
    5.6.1 Crude oil transmission capacity will continue to increase
     until 2015
    5.6.2 Investments for Maintenance and Operations of Pipelines Will
     Further Increase
6 Global Crude Oil Storage Industry
    6.1 Industry Overview
    6.1.1 Global Crude Oil Storage Industry, Key Statistics, 2008
    6.1.2 Global Crude Oil Storage Industry, Growth By Country
    6.2 Crude Oil Storage Industry: Key Drivers and Challenges
    6.2.1 The expected increase in crude oil demand will continue to
     drive the crude oil storage industry
    6.2.2 Deregulation of the industry in various regions spurs private
     investments into the industry
    6.2.3 Stringent environmental regulations remain a key concern for
     the development of the industry
    6.3 Crude Oil Storage Industry: Geographic Analysis
    6.3.1 Country Analysis
    6.3.2 Crude oil storage industry, growth patterns by regions
    6.4 Crude Oil Storage Industry: Competitive Analysis
    6.4.1 Major Companies Growth Trend, Globally
    6.4.2 Major Companies, By Region
    6.4.3 International Oil Companies versus the National Oil Companies
    6.5 Major Planned Projects, 2009-15
    6.5.1 Planned Projects By Region
    6.6 Crude Oil Storage Industry: Major Trends
    6.6.1 Lower crude oil demand causes huge rise in storage capacity
     utilization
    6.6.2 Oil storage companies are witnessing an unprecedented demand
     for storage capacity but profits are not increasing proportionally
    6.6.3 The Construction Of New Oil Terminals Has Been Hampered Due To
     The Global Economic Turmoil
    6.6.4 China is investing heavily to increase its oil storage capacity
7 Global Refining Industry
    7.1 Industry Overview
    7.1.1 Global refinery industry, key statistics, 2008
    7.1.2 Global refining capacity growth by country, 2000-15
    7.1.3 Global refining capacity growth by company, 2000-15
    7.2 Refining Industry: Key Drivers and Challenges
    7.2.1 India and China drove the growth of the global refining industry
    7.2.2 The increasing production of heavy crude oil drives the growth
     of complex refineries
    7.2.3 Lower refining margins affects the profits of the refiners
    7.2.4 The financial crisis hampers the growth of the industry
    7.2.5 Stringent environmental regulations make refinery upgrades
     imperative
    7.3 Refining Industry: Geographic Analysis
    7.3.1 Global refining industry, growth patterns by regions
    7.4 Refining Industry: Competitive Analysis
    7.4.1 Major Companies, By Region
    7.4.2 International Oil Companies Versus The National Oil Companies
    7.5 Major Planned Projects, 2009-15
    7.5.1 New Refineries, 2009-15
    7.5.2 Planned Projects By Region
    7.6 Refining Industry: Major Future Trends
    7.6.1 Gasoline Surplus Will Hurt The Industry While Middle
     Distillates Remain The Key Market Driver
    7.6.2 The Increased Consumption of Renewable Fuel Will Change The
     Industry Dynamics
    7.6.3 Middle East and Africa region will emerge as an important
     refining hub
    7.6.4 Asia Pacific region will continue to play an important role in
     the growth of the refining industry
    7.6.5 The future refining capacity growth will be driven by national
     oil companies
8 Global Crude Oil Consumption
    8.1 Global Crude Oil Industry- Overview
    8.1.1 Global oil consumption, key statistics, 2008
    8.1.2 Crude oil consumption, growth by country
    8.2 Crude Oil Consumption: Key Drivers and Challenges
    8.2.1 The growing demand in BRIC nations will drive the crude oil
     consumption market
    8.2.2 Global shift towards cleaner fuels poses a big challenge for
     the growth in crude oil consumption
    8.2.3 The increasing crude oil prices led to decrease in crude oil
     demand
    8.3 Crude Oil Consumption: Geographic Analysis
    8.3.1 Consumption patterns by region
    8.4 Crude Oil Consumption, Major Future Trends
    8.4.1 The global crude oil demand will fall in 2009 but is expected
     to revive 2010 onwards
    8.4.2 The Asia Pacific region will continue to dominate the world oil
     consumption market
    8.4.3 The oil demand in Europe and North America will remain
     almost flat
9 Appendix
    9.1 Methodology
    9.1.1 Coverage
    9.1.2 Secondary Research
    9.1.3 Primary Research
    9.1.4 Expert Panel Validation
    9.2 Unit of Measure
    9.3 Contact Us
    9.4 About Global Markets Direct
    9.5 Disclaimer
1.1 List of Tables
    Table 1: Global Crude Oil Industry, Key Statistics, 2008
    Table 2: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Key Statistics, 2008
    Table 3: Global Crude Oil E&P Industry, Crude Oil Reserves By
     Country , 2008
    Table 4: Global Crude Oil Production, 2000-15
    Table 5: Global Crude Oil E&P Industry, Crude Oil Production By
     Country , 2008
    Table 6: Global Crude Oil E&P Industry, Crude Oil Reserves By
     Company , 2008
    Table 7: Global Crude Oil E&P Industry, Crude Oil Production By
     Company , 2008
    Table 8: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Major Cancelled Or Suspended
     Projects, 2009
    Table 9: New Oil and Gas Tax Regime of the Obama Administration
    Table 10: Asia Pacific, Crude Oil Reserves By Country, 2008
    Table 11: Africa, Crude Oil Reserves By Country, 2008
    Table 12: Europe, Crude Oil Reserves By Country, 2008
    Table 13: Middle East, Crude Oil Reserves By Country, 2008
    Table 14: North America , Crude Oil Reserves By Country, 2008
    Table 15: South and Central America , Crude Oil Reserves By
     Country, 2008
    Table 16: Asia Pacific, Crude Oil Production By Country, 2008
    Table 17: Europe, Crude Oil Production By Country, 2008
    Table 18: Middle East and Africa, Crude Oil Production By
     Country, 2008
    Table 19: North America , Crude Oil Production By Country, 2008
    Table 20: South and Central America, Crude Oil Production By
     Country, 2008
    Table 21: Major Integrated Oil and Gas Companies, Growth In Proved
     Reserves, 2004-08, Million Barrels
    Table 22: Major Integrated Oil and Gas Companies, Growth In Oil
     Production, 2004-08, Million Barrels
    Table 23: Major Independent Oil Companies, Reserve Growth, 2004-08
    Table 24: Major Independent Oil Companies, Production Growth, 2004-08
    Table 25: Major National Oil Companies, Growth In Crude Oil Reserves,
     2004-08
    Table 26: Major National Oil Companies, Growth In Crude Oil
     Production, 2004-08
    Table 27: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Major Planned Projects 2009-15
    Table 28: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Major Planned Projects 2009-15
     (Cont.)
    Table 29: World, Major Crude Oil Discoveries, 2008
    Table 30: World, Major Crude Oil Discoveries, 2008 (Cont)
    Table 31: World, Major Crude Oil Discoveries, 2008 (Cont)
    Table 32: Major Oil and Gas Companies, Reduction In Capex, 2009
    Table 33: Crude Oil Industry, Major Delayed Projects
    Table 34: Major Canadian Oil Sands Delayed Or Suspended
     Projects, 2009
    Table 35: Major Canadian Oil Sands Delayed Or Suspended
     Projects, 2009
    Table 36: Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, Key Statistics, 2008
    Table 37: Global Crude Oil Pipeline, Length Of Pipeline Networks
     By Country , 2008
    Table 38: Global Crude Oil Pipeline, Length Of Pipeline Networks
     By Company, 2008
    Table 39: World, Crude Oil Pipeline Length Across Regions, 2008
    Table 40: Asia- Pacific, Major Active Pipelines, 2008
    Table 41: Europe, Major Active Pipelines, 2008
    Table 42: Middle East and Africa, Major Active Pipelines, 2008
    Table 43: North America, Major Active Pipelines, 2008
    Table 44: South and Central America, Major Active Pipelines, 2008
    Table 45: Global Pipeline Industry, Major Planned Projects, 2009-15
    Table 46: Global Pipeline Industry, Planned Pipeline Lengths By
     Country, 2009-15
    Table 47: Global, Storage Key Statistics, 2008
    Table 48: Global Oil Storage Capacity Country-wise (Thousand M3),
     2000-2015
    Table 49: Global Oil Storage Capacity Company-wise (Thousand M3),
     2000-2015
    Table 50: Asia-Pacific, Oil Storage Key Statistics, 2008
    Table 51: Asia-Pacific, Storage Capacity By Country (Thousand M3),
     2000-2015
    Table 52: Europe, Oil Storage Key Statistics, 2008
    Table 53: Europe, Storage Capacity By Company (Thousand M3),
     2000-2015
    Table 54: Middle East and Africa, Oil Storage Key Statistics, 2008
    Table 55: Middle East and Africa, Storage Capacity By Country
     (Thousand M3), 2000-2015
    Table 56: North America, Oil Storage Key Statistics, 2008
    Table 57: North America, Storage Capacity By Country (Thousand M3),
     2000-2015
    Table 58: South and Central America, Oil Storage Key Statistics, 2008
    Table 59: South and Central America, Storage Capacity By Country
     (Thousand M3), 2000-2015
    Table 60: Asia Pacific, Crude Oil Storage Capacity Growth By Company,
     2000-15
    Table 61: Europe, Crude Oil Storage Capacity Growth By Company,
     2000-15
    Table 62: North America, Crude Oil Storage Capacity Growth By
     Company, 2000-15
    Table 63: Middle East and Africa, Crude Oil Storage Capacity Growth
     By Company, 2000-15
    Table 64: South and Central America, Growth Crude Oil Storage
     Capacity By Company, (Thousand M3), 2000-2015
    Table 65: Crude Oil Storage industry, Major Planned Terminals,
     2009-15
    Table 66: Planned Crude Oil Storage Capacity By Region, 2009-15
    Table 67: Global Refining Key Statistics, 2008
    Table 68: Global Refining Capacity , Growth By Country, (MMTPA),
     2000-2015
    Table 69: Global Refining Capacity , Growth By Company (MMTPA),
     2000-2015
    Table 70: Global Refining Industry, List Of New Refineries, 2000-09
    Table 71: Major Oil Refinery Projects Deferred By At Least 18 Months,
     Suspended Or Cancelled Since September 2008 (until End-April 2009)
    Table 72: Global Refining Industry, Capacity By Region, (MMTPA),
     2000-15,
    Table 73: Asia-Pacific, Refining Capacity of Major Countries, MMTPA,
     2000-15
    Table 74: North America, Refining Capacity, 2000-15
    Table 75: Europe, Refining Capacity of Major Countries, 2000-15
    Table 76: Middle East And Africa, Refining Capacity of Major
     Countries, 2000-15
    Table 77: South and Central America, Refining Capacity of Major
     Countries, 2000-15
    Table 78: South and Central America, Planned Refineries
    Table 79: Asia Pacific, Refining Capacity By Company, 2000-15
     (MMTPA)
    Table 80: North America, Refining Capacity By Company, 2000-15
    Table 81: Europe, Refining Capacity By Company, 2000-15
    Table 82: Middle-East and Africa Region, Refining Capacity By
     Company, 2000-15
    Table 83: South and Central America, Refining Capacity By Company,
     2000-15
    Table 84: Global Refining Industry, Major Planned Refineries, 2009-15
    Table 85: The US, Volume Of Renewable Fuels Required, 2008-2022,
     Billion Gallons
    Table 86: US, Long Term Demand Of Gasoline and Middle Distillate
     Fuels. 2008-23, (Million Barrels Per day)
    Table 87: Middle East and Africa Region, Planned Refineries By
     country, 2009-15
    Table 88: Global Oil Consumption, Key Statistics, 2008
    Table 89: Asia Pacific, Crude Oil Consumption, 2000-15
    Table 90: Europe, Crude Oil Consumption, 2000-15
    Table 91: Middle East and Africa, Crude Oil Consumption, 2000-15
    Table 92: North America, Crude Oil Consumption, 2000-15
    Table 93: South and Central America, Crude Oil Consumption, 2000-15
    Table 94: Global Crude Oil Consumption, 2000-15, Million Barrels
     Per Day
1.2 List OF Figures
    Figure 1: World Primary Energy Consumption, 2008
    Figure 2: Global Crude Oil E&P Industry, Top 10 Countries In Terms
     Of Oil Reserves, 2008
    Figure 3: Global Crude Oil Production, 2000-15
    Figure 4: Global Crude Oil E&P Industry, Top 10 Countries In Terms
     Of Oil Production, 2008
    Figure 5: Global Crude Oil E&P Industry, Top 10 Companies In Terms
     Of Oil Reserves, 2008
    Figure 6: Global Crude Oil E&P Industry, Top 10 Companies In Terms
     Of Oil Reserves, 2008
    Figure 7: India and China, Growth In Crude Oil Consumption, 2000-15
    Figure 8: Global Crude Oil Reserves Spit By Region, 2008
    Figure 9: Asia Pacific, Top 10 Countries In Terms Of Crude Oil
     Reserves, 2008
    Figure 10: Africa, Top 10 Countries In Terms Of Crude Oil Reserves,
     2008
    Figure 11: Europe, Major Countries In Terms Of Crude Oil Reserves,
     2008
    Figure 12: Middle East, Major Countries In Terms Of Crude Oil
     Reserves, 2008
    Figure 13: North America, Major Countries In Terms Of Crude Oil
     Reserves, 2008
    Figure 14: South and Central America, Major Countries In Terms Of
     Crude Oil Reserves, 2008
    Figure 15: Global Crude Oil Production Split By Region, 2008
    Figure 16: Asia Pacific, Major Countries Production 2000-15
    Figure 17: Europe, Major Countries Production 2000-15
    Figure 18: Middle East and Africa, Major Countries Production 2000-15
    Figure 19: North America, Major Countries Production 2000-15
    Figure 20: South and Central America, Major Countries Production
     2000-15
    Figure 21: Top 10 Integrated Companies By Proved Oil Reserves,
     2008
    Figure 22: Top 10 Integrated Companies By Crude Oil Production,
     2008
    Figure 23: Top 10 Independent Companies By Proved Oil Reserves, 2008
    Figure 24: Top 10 Independent Companies By Oil Production, 2008
    Figure 25: Top 10 National Oil Companies By Crude Oil Reserves, 2008
    Figure 26: Top 10 National Oil Companies By Crude Oil Production, 2008
    Figure 27: OPEC's Share In World Crude Oil Reserves, 2008
    Figure 28: OPEC Crude Oil Production, 2000-15, Million Barrels
    Figure 29: Global Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, Top 10 Countries In
     Terms Of Pipeline Length, 2008
    Figure 30: Global Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, Top 10 Companies In
     Terms Of Pipeline Length, 2008
    Figure 31: Global, Crude Oil Consumption (Million Barrels per Day),
     2015
    Figure 32: Global, Major Planned Crude Oil Pipeline Projects (Kms)
     By Region, 2009-2015
    Figure 33: Global Crude Oil Pipeline Length, Percentage Share Of
     Each Region, 2008
    Figure 34: Asia Pacific, Top 5 Countries In Terms Of Crude Oil
     Pipeline Network, 2008
    Figure 35: Europe, Top 5 Countries In Terms Of Crude Oil Pipeline
     Network, 2008
    Figure 36: Middle East and Africa, Top 5 Countries In Terms Of Crude
     Oil Pipeline Network, 2008
    Figure 37: North America, US and Canada, Total Crude Oil Pipeline
     Length
    Figure 38: South and Central America, Top 5 Countries In Terms Of
     Crude Oil Pipeline Network, 2008
    Figure 39: Asia-Pacific, Top 10 Crude Oil Pipeline Companies, 2008
    Figure 40: North America, Top 10 Crude Oil Pipeline Companies, 2008
    Figure 41: Europe, Top 10 Crude Oil Pipeline Companies, 2008
    Figure 42: Middle-East and Africa, Top 10 Crude Oil Pipeline
     Companies, 2008
    Figure 43: South and Central America, Top 10 Crude Oil Pipeline
     Companies, 2008
    Figure 44: Global Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, Major State Owned and
     Private Players, 2008
    Figure 45: Global Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, Major State Owned and
     Private Players, 2015
    Figure 46: Pipeline Route, East Siberia- Pacific Oil Pipeline
    Figure 47: Pipeline Route, Keystone Crude Oil System
    Figure 48: Global Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, Planned Pipelines By
     Region
    Figure 49: Global Crude Oil Storage Capacity, Growth By Country,
     2000-15
    Figure 50: Global Crude Oil Storage Capacity, Growth By Country,
     2000-15
    Figure 51: Global Crude Oil Industry, Top 10 Countries, 2008 And 2015
    Figure 52: Asia-Pacific, Growth In Crude Oil Storage Capacity By
     Country, (Thousand M3), 2000-2015
    Figure 53: Europe, Growth In Crude Oil Storage Capacity By Country,
     (Thousand M3), 2000-2015
    Figure 54: Middle East and Africa, Growth In Crude Oil Storage
     Capacity By Country, (Thousand M3), 2000-2015
    Figure 55: North America, Growth In Crude Oil Storage Capacity By
     Country, (Thousand M3), 2000-2015
    Figure 56: South and Central America, Growth In Crude Oil Storage
     Capacity By Country, (Thousand M3), 2000-2015
    Figure 57: Global Crude Oil Storage Capacity, Top 10 Companies, 2008
     and 2015
    Figure 58: Asia Pacific, Growth Crude Oil Storage Capacity By Company,
     (Thousand M3), 2000-2015
    Figure 59: Europe, Growth Crude Oil Storage Capacity By Company,
     (Thousand M3), 2000-2015
    Figure 60: North America, Growth Crude Oil Storage Capacity By
     Company, (Thousand M3), 2000-2015
    Figure 61: Middle East and Africa, Growth Crude Oil Storage Capacity
     By Company, (Thousand M3), 2000-2015
    Figure 62: South and Central America, Growth Crude Oil Storage
     Capacity By Company, (Thousand M3), 2000-2015
    Figure 63: Crude Oil Storage Industry, Comparison Of National Oil
     Companies Versus Private Players, 2008 and 2015
    Figure 64: Planned Crude Oil Storage Terminals, Percentage Share
     By Region, 2009-15
    Figure 65: China Crude Oil Storage Capacity, 2008 And 2015
    Figure 66: Comparison Of Major Global Refining Countries, Share In
     Refining Capacity Vis-à-vis Growth in Refining Capacity, 2003-2008
    Figure 67: Comparison Of Major Global Refining Companies, Share In
     Refining Capacity Vis-à-vis Growth in Refining Capacity, 2003-2008
    Figure 68: Global Refining Capacity, New Refinery Capacity by
     Country, 2000-09
    Figure 69: Global Refining Margins, May 2005 to May 2009
    Figure 70: US Refining Capacity, Increase In Desulphurization
     Capacity, 2000-08
    Figure 71: Global Refining Capacity, Slit Of Capacity Share By
     Region, 2008
    Figure 72: Global Refining Industry, Growth By Region, 2000-15,
     MMTPA
    Figure 73: Asia Pacific, Growth In Refining Capacity, 2000-15,
     (MMTPA)
    Figure 74: North America, Growth In Refining Capacity, 2000-15,
     (MMTPA)
    Figure 75: Europe, Growth In Refining Capacity, 2000-15, (MMTPA)
    Figure 76: Middle East And Africa, Growth In Refining Capacity,
     2000-15, (MMTPA)
    Figure 77: South and Central America, Growth In Refining Capacity
     By Country, 2000-15, (MMTPA)
    Figure 78: Asia Pacific, Growth In Refining Capacity By Company,
     2000-15, (MMTPA)
    Figure 79: North America, Growth In Refining Capacity By Company,
     2000-15, (MMTPA)
    Figure 80: Europe Growth In Refining Capacity By Company, 2000-15,
     (MMTPA)
    Figure 81: Middle-East and Africa Growth In Refining Capacity By
     Company, 2000-15, (MMTPA)
    Figure 82: South and Central America, Growth In Refining Capacity
     By Company, 2000-15, (MMTPA)
    Figure 83: Global Refining Industry, Top 15 Players, Comparison
     Between 2008 and 2015
    Figure 84: Global Planned Refineries, New Refineries By
     Region , 2008-15
    Figure 85: Planned Refineries, Comparison of Capacity Addition By
     Region, 2008-15
    Figure 86: Middle East and Africa Region, Percentage Share of
     Countries In Capacity Addition Through New Refineries, 2009-15
    Figure 87: Asia Pacific Region, Percentage Share of Countries In
     Capacity Addition Through New Refineries, 2009-15
    Figure 88: World Oil Consumption, Top 10 Countries, 2008
    Figure 89: BRIC Nations, Growth In Oil Consumption, 2000-15
    Figure 90: World Oil Consumption, Spit Of Oil Consumption By Region,
     2008
    Figure 91: World Oil Consumption, Growth By Region, 2000-15
    Figure 92: Asia Pacific, Top 10 Oil Consuming Countries, 2008
    Figure 93: Asia Pacific, Crude Oil Consumption, 2000-15
    Figure 94: Europe, Top 10 Oil Consuming Countries, 2008
    Figure 95: Europe, Crude Oil Consumption, 2000-15
    Figure 96: Middle East and Africa, Major Oil Consuming Countries, 2008
    Figure 97: Middle East and Africa, Crude Oil Consumption, 2000-15
    Figure 98: North America, Oil Consumption, 2000-15
    Figure 99: South and Central America, Major Oil Consuming
     Countries, 2008
    Figure 100: South and Central America, Crude Oil Consumption, 2000-15
    Figure 101: Global Oil Consumption, Percentage Split By Region, 2015
    Figure 102: Global Markets Direct Methodology
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