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Crude Oil Industry to 2016 - Deepwater Discoveries Worldwide and Rising Industrial Demand in Emerging Economies Driving the Industry

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Crude Oil Industry to 2016 - Deepwater Discoveries Worldwide and Rising Industrial Demand in Emerging Economies Driving the Industry

Summary

GBI Research, a leading business intelligence provider, has released its latest research, "Crude Oil Industry to 2016 - Deepwater Discoveries Worldwide and Rising Industrial Demand in Emerging Economies Driving the Industry". The study, which is an offering from the company's Energy Research Group, provides an in-depth analysis of the global crude oil industry across the value chain (upstream, midstream and downstream), and highlights various concerns, key trends and challenges involved in the industry. The report provides competitive analysis of major companies across the value chain, comparing the major integrated and independent companies, as well as the major international and national oil companies. The report also provides detailed information on the crude oil demand-supply scenario, with forecasts to 2016, major planned projects across the value chain, future trends and opportunities in the overall crude oil market. The report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research, and in-house analysis by GBI Research's team of industry experts.

Scope

- Global and regional industry overview.

- Key trends, drivers, and challenges for the global crude oil industry to 2016 across the entire value chain.

- Analysis of the historical data and forecasts to 2016 for the global crude oil industry.

- Major planned projects to 2016 for the entire value chain of the global crude oil industry.

- Competitive analysis with regards to major international and national oil companies across the value chain.

Reasons to buy

- Develop business strategies with the help of specific insights about the global crude oil industry.

- Identify key trends and challenges in the global crude oil industry across the value chain.

- Identify the demand and supply scenario of the crude oil market for all the major regions of the world.

- Competitive analysis of major companies across the value chain, comparing the major integrated and independent companies, as well as the major international and national oil companies.

- Benchmark your operations and strategies using key insights from the major current and expected business developments with regards to the crude oil industry.

1 Table of Contents

1 Table of Contents 7

1.1 List of Tables 11

1.2 List of Figures 13

2 Introduction 16

3 Global Crude Oil Industry 17

3.1 Crude Oil Industry Overview 17

3.1.1 Global Crude Oil Industry, Key Statistics, 2011 17

3.1.2 Global Crude Oil Industry: Growth Across the Value Chain, 2000-2011 18

3.2 Crude Oil Exploration and Production Industry - Key Trends and Future Prospects 18

3.2.1 Increasing Production from OPEC Nations will Drive the Growth of the E&P Industry 18

3.2.2 The National Oil Companies will Continue to Dominate the E&P Sector 18

3.2.3 Sustained High Price and Demand for Crude Oil Continues to Drive Investments in the E&P Industry 18

3.2.4 Chevron Corporation was the Largest International Oil Producing Company in 2011 18

3.2.5 The Increasing Role of South and Central American Countries in the Global E&P Industry 19

3.3 Crude Oil Pipeline Industry: Key Trends and Future Prospects 19

3.3.1 The US and Russia Dominate the World in Terms of Crude Oil Pipeline Network 19

3.3.2 North America will Account for a Major Proportion of the Pipeline Additions During 2012-2016 19

3.3.3 Investments in Maintenance and Upgrading of Pipelines will Increase 19

3.4 Crude Oil Storage Industry: Key Trends and Future Prospects 20

3.4.1 The Crude Oil Storage Industry Witnessed Steady Growth During 2000-2011, and will Continue to Grow at a Stable Pace During 2011-2016 20

3.4.2 Asia-Pacific led by China will Witness Significant Growth in the Oil Storage Industry during 2012-2016 20

3.4.3 China's Storage Capacity will Experience a Boom During 2011-2016 20

3.5 Crude Oil Refining Industry: Key Trends and Future Prospects 20

3.5.1 The Growing Demand for Petroleum Products will Lead to a Huge Surge in Refining Capacities 20

3.5.2 The National Oil Companies (NOCs) will Play an Increasingly Important Role in the Global Refining Industry by 2016 20

3.5.3 The Middle East and Africa Region will Lead the Growth of the Refining Industry During 2011-2016 20

3.5.4 The Shift of Petroleum Product Demand from Gasoline to Diesel will Pose Challenges for the Industry 21

3.6 Crude Oil Consumption: Key Trends and Future Prospects 21

3.6.1 Global Crude Oil Consumption will Continue to Increase During 2011-2016 21

3.6.2 The BRIC Nations will Drive the Growth in Crude Oil Consumption 21

3.6.3 The World is Moving Towards Cleaner and Renewable Sources of Energy 21

4 Global Crude Oil Exploration and Production Industry 22

4.1 Industry Overview 22

4.1.1 Crude Oil E&P Industry, Key Statistics, 2011 22

4.1.2 Global Crude Oil E&P Industry, Growth by Country 23

4.1.3 Global Crude Oil E&P Industry Growth by Company 29

4.2 Crude Oil E&P Industry: Key Drivers and Challenges 32

4.2.1 The Expected Growth in Crude Oil Demand, Led by Asia-Pacific, Ensures the Growth of the Crude Oil Industry 32

4.2.2 Sustained High Price and Demand for Crude Oil Continues to Drive Investments in the E&P Industry 33

4.2.3 Deepwater Discoveries Worldwide are Expected to Continue to Boost the E&P Industry 34

4.2.4 Resource Nationalization Remains a Major Concern for International Oil Companies 35

4.2.5 Changes in Fiscal Regimes Pose a Major Challenge to the Industry 36

4.2.6 Technological Advances Continue to Pose Challenges to the E&P Industry 36

4.3 Crude Oil E&P Industry: Geographic Analysis 37

4.3.1 Crude Oil Reserves, Growth Patterns by Region 37

4.3.2 Crude Oil Production, Growth Patterns by Region 46

4.4 Crude Oil E&P Industry: Competitive Analysis 56

4.4.1 Major Integrated E&P Companies Analysis 56

4.4.2 Major Independent E&P Companies Analysis 59

4.4.3 Major National Oil Companies Analysis 63

4.5 Major Planned Projects, 2012-2019 66

4.6 Crude Oil E&P Industry: Major Trends 68

4.6.1 South and Central America will Play an Increasingly Important Role in the Global E&P Industry 68

4.6.2 OPEC will Continue to Dominate the Supply Side of the Global Crude Oil Industry 69

4.6.3 High Crude Oil Prices Encouraging Oil and Gas Companies to Invest in Unconventional Oil Resources 71

4.6.4 Motivated to Maximize National Wealth, National Oil Companies will Lead the Investments in the Sector 72

5 Global Crude Oil Pipeline Industry 74

5.1 Industry Overview 74

5.1.1 Global Crude Oil Pipeline, Key Statistics, 2011 74

5.1.2 Global Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, Growth by Country 74

5.1.3 Global Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, Growth by Company 76

5.2 Crude Oil Pipeline Industry: Key Drivers and Challenges 78

5.2.1 The Growth in Crude Oil Consumption Globally Ensures the Growth of the Pipeline Industry 78

5.2.2 Investments in Maintenance and Operations of Pipelines are Increasing 79

5.2.3 Regulatory Compliance Necessitates Huge Investments 79

5.2.4 Geopolitical Issues Remain a Major Hurdle for Cross-Country Pipelines 79

5.3 Crude Oil Pipeline Industry: Geographic Analysis 80

5.3.1 Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, Growth Patterns by Region 80

5.4 Crude Oil Pipeline Industry: Competitive Analysis 88

5.4.1 Major Companies, By Region 88

5.4.2 International Oil Companies Versus National Oil Companies 93

5.5 Major Planned Projects, 2012-2016 95

5.5.1 New Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012-2016 95

5.5.2 Planned Projects by Region 98

5.6 Crude Oil Pipeline Industry: Major Future Trends 100

5.6.1 Crude Oil Transmission Capacity will Continue to Increase Until 2016 100

5.6.2 Investments for Maintenance and Operations of Pipelines will Further Increase 100

6 Global Crude Oil Storage Industry 101

6.1 Industry Overview 101

6.1.1 Global Crude Oil Storage Industry, Key Statistics, 2011 101

6.1.2 Global Crude Oil Storage Industry, Growth by Country 102

6.2 Crude Oil Storage Industry: Key Drivers and Challenges 106

6.2.1 Crude Oil Demand in Asia-Pacific will Drive the Storage Industry Growth 106

6.2.2 Shift in Fuel Consumption Dynamics will Influence the Growth of the Oil Storage Industry 106

6.2.3 Strict Environmental Regulations Remain a Key Concern for the Development of the Industry 106

6.3 Crude Oil Storage Industry: Geographic Analysis 107

6.3.1 Country Analysis 107

6.3.2 Crude Oil Storage Industry, Growth Patterns by Region 108

6.4 Crude Oil Storage Industry: Competitive Analysis 118

6.4.1 Major Companies' Growth Trends, Globally 118

6.4.2 Major Companies, By Region 120

6.4.3 International Oil Companies versus National Oil Companies 130

6.5 Major Planned Projects, 2012-2016 132

6.5.1 Planned Projects by Region 133

6.6 Crude Oil Storage Industry - Major Trends 134

6.6.1 Oil Storage Companies are Witnessing an Unprecedented Demand for Storage Capacity, but Reduced Profit Margins are Challenging Storage Operators 134

6.6.2 Fluctuating Crude Oil Prices Boosting the Storage Industry 134

6.6.3 China is Investing Heavily to Increase its Strategic Petroleum Reserves (SPR) 135

7 Global Refining Industry 136

7.1 Global Refinery Industry, Key Statistics, 2011 136

7.1.1 Global Refining Capacity, Growth by Country, 2000-2016 137

7.1.2 Global Refining Capacity Growth by Company, 2000-2016 139

7.2 Refining Industry - Key Drivers and Challenges 141

7.2.1 The Middle East, China and India will Drive the Growth of the Global Refining Industry 141

7.2.2 The Increasing Production of Heavy Crude Oil Drives the Growth of Complex Refineries 142

7.2.3 Investors Concerned with Uncertainties Surrounding Refining Investments 142

7.2.4 Stringent Environmental Regulations Make Refinery Upgrades Imperative 143

7.3 Refining Industry: Geographic Analysis 144

7.3.1 Global Refining Industry, Growth Patterns by Region 144

7.4 Refining Industry - Competitive Analysis 155

7.4.1 Major Companies, By Region 155

7.4.2 International Oil Companies versus National Oil Companies 165

7.5 Major Planned Projects, 2012-2016 167

7.5.1 New Refineries, 2012-2016 167

7.5.2 Planned Projects by Region 168

7.6 Refining Industry: Major Future Trends 169

7.6.1 The Global Refining Industry will Grow at a Steady Rate up to 2016 169

7.6.2 Middle Distillates will Remain the Key Market Driver, While Gasoline Surplus will Hurt the Industry 169

7.6.3 The Increased Consumption of Renewable Fuel will Change the Industry Dynamics 171

7.6.4 The Middle East and Africa Region will Emerge as an Important Refining Hub 172

7.6.5 The Asia-Pacific Region will Continue to Play an Important Role in the Growth of the Refining Industry 174

7.6.6 The Future Refining Capacity Growth will be Driven by National Oil Companies 174

8 Global Crude Oil Consumption 175

8.1 Global Crude Oil Industry - Overview 175

8.1.1 Global Oil Consumption, Key Statistics, 2011 175

8.1.2 Crude Oil Consumption, Growth by Country 176

8.2 Crude Oil Consumption - Key Drivers and Challenges 177

8.2.1 Strong Demand in BRIC Nations, Led by China, will Drive the Crude Oil Consumption Market 177

8.2.2 The Global Shift Towards Environmentally Friendly Fuels Poses a Big Challenge for the Growth in Crude Oil Consumption 178

8.2.3 Technological Advancements are Encouraging the Use of Alternative Fuel 178

8.3 Crude Oil Consumption: Geographic Analysis 178

8.3.1 Consumption Patterns by Region 180

8.4 Crude Oil Consumption, Major Future Trends 190

8.4.1 The Global Crude Oil Demand, Which Fell in 2009, has Made a Strong Recovery and is Expected to Grow Steadily 190

8.4.2 The Asia-Pacific Region will Continue to Dominate the World Oil Consumption Market 190

8.4.3 Oil Demand in Europe and North America is Expected to Remain Almost Flat During 2011-2016 191

9 Appendix 192

9.1 Market Definition 192

9.2 Abbreviations 192

9.3 References 192

9.4 Methodology 192

9.4.1 Coverage 193

9.4.2 Secondary Research 193

9.4.3 Primary Research 193

9.4.4 Expert Panel Validation 194

9.5 Contact Us 194

9.6 About GBI Research 194

9.7 Disclaimer 194

1.1 List of Tables

Table 1: Crude Oil Industry, Global, Key Statistics, 2011 17

Table 2: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Key Statistics, 2011 22

Table 3: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Global, Crude Oil Reserves by Country, Billion Barrels, 2011 24

Table 4: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Global, Crude Oil Production, MMbbl, 2000-2016 26

Table 5: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Global, Crude Oil Production by Country, MMbbl, 2011 28

Table 6: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Global, Crude Oil Reserves by Company, Billion Barrels, 2011 30

Table 7: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Global, Crude Oil Production by Company, MMbbl, 2011 31

Table 8: Average Crude Oil Prices, Global, $/bbl, Q1 2011-Q4 2011 33

Table 9: E&P Industry, Global, Capital Expenditure, $bn, 2007-2012 34

Table 10: Major Oil and Gas Discoveries, Brazil, 2011 34

Table 11: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Asia-Pacific, Crude Oil Reserves, Billion Barrels, 2011 39

Table 12: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Africa, Crude Oil Reserves, Billion Barrels, 2011 41

Table 13: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Europe, Crude Oil Reserves, Billion Barrels, 2011 42

Table 14: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Middle East, Crude Oil Reserves, Billion Barrels, 2011 43

Table 15: Crude Oil E&P Industry, North America, Crude Oil Reserves, Billion Barrels, 2011 44

Table 16: Crude Oil E&P Industry, South and Central America, Crude Oil Reserves, Billion Barrels, 2011 45

Table 17: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Asia-Pacific, Crude Oil Production, MMbbl, 2011 48

Table 18: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Europe, Crude Oil Production, MMbbl, 2011 50

Table 19: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Europe, Crude Oil Production, MMbbl, 2011 52

Table 20: Crude Oil E&P Industry, North America, Crude Oil Production, MMbbl, 2011 53

Table 21: Crude Oil E&P Industry, South and Central America, Crude Oil Production, MMbbl, 2011 55

Table 22: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Major Integrated Oil and Gas Companies, Growth in Proved Reserves, MMbbl, 2007-2011 57

Table 23: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Major Integrated Oil and Gas Companies, Growth in Oil Production, MMbbl, 2007-2011 58

Table 24: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Major Independent Oil Companies, Reserve Growth, MMbbl, 2007-2011 60

Table 25: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Major Independent Oil Companies, Production Growth, MMbbl, 2007-2011 62

Table 26: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Major National Oil Companies, Growth in Crude Oil Reserves, MMbbl, 2007-2011 64

Table 27: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Major National Oil Companies, Growth in Crude Oil Production, MMbbl, 2007-2011 65

Table 28: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Major Planned Projects, 2012-2019 66

Table 29: Major Oil Discoveries, South and Central America, 2011 68

Table 30: Major Planned Upstream Oil Sands Projects, Canada, 2012 71

Table 31: National and Integrated Oil Companies, Global, Total Capital Expenditure, $bn, 2008-2012 72

Table 32: Major National Oil Companies, Total Capital Expenditure, $m, 2007-2012 73

Table 33: Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, Key Statistics, 2011 74

Table 34: Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, Global, Length of Active Pipeline Networks by Country, km, 2011 74

Table 35: Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, Global, Length of Active Pipeline Networks by Company, 2011 77

Table 36: Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, Global, Length of Active Pipeline Networks across Regions, km, 2011 80

Table 37: Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, Major Active Pipelines, Asia-Pacific, 2011 81

Table 38: Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, Major Active Pipelines, Europe, 2011 83

Table 39: Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, Major Active Pipelines, Middle East and Africa, 2011 84

Table 40: Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, Major Active Pipelines, North America, 2011 85

Table 41: Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, Major Active Pipelines, South and Central America, 2011 87

Table 42: Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, Major Planned Projects, Global, 2012-2016 95

Table 43: Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, Planned Pipeline Lengths by Country, km, 2012-2016 99

Table 44: Crude Oil Storage Industry, Global, Key Statistics, 2011 101

Table 45: Crude Oil Storage Industry, Global, Storage Capacity by Country, MMm3, 2000-2016 103

Table 46: Crude Oil Storage Industry, Global, Storage Capacity by Company, MMm3, 2000-2016 105

Table 47: Crude Oil Storage Industry, Asia-Pacific, Key Statistics, 2011 108

Table 48: Crude Oil Storage Industry, Asia-Pacific, Storage Capacity by Country, MMm3, 2000-2016 110

Table 49: Crude Oil Storage Industry, Europe, Key Statistics, 2011 110

Table 50: Crude Oil Storage Industry, Europe, Storage Capacity by Country, MMm3, 2000-2016 112

Table 51: Crude Oil Storage Industry, Middle East and Africa, Key Statistics, 2011 112

Table 52: Crude Oil Storage Industry, Middle East and Africa, Storage Capacity by Country, MMm3, 2000-2016 114

Table 53: Crude Oil Storage Industry, North America, Key Statistics, 2011 115

Table 54: Crude Oil Storage Industry, North America, Storage Capacity by Country, MMm3, 2000-2016 116

Table 55: Crude Oil Storage Industry, South and Central America, Key Statistics, 2011 116

Table 56: Crude Oil Storage Industry, South and Central America, Storage Capacity by Country, MMm3, 2000-2016 117

Table 57: Crude Oil Storage Industry, Asia-Pacific, Storage Capacity by Company, MMm3, 2000-2016 121

Table 58: Crude Oil Storage Industry, Europe, Storage Capacity by Company, MMm3, 2000-2016 123

Table 59: Crude Oil Storage Industry, North America, Storage Capacity by Company, MMm3, 2000-2016 125

Table 60: Crude Oil Storage Industry, Middle East and Africa, Storage Capacity by Company, MMm3, 2000-2016 127

Table 61: Crude Oil Storage Industry, South and Central America, Storage Capacity by Company, MMm3, 2000-2016 129

Table 62: Crude Oil Storage Industry, Major Planned Terminals, 2012-2016 132

Table 63: Crude Oil Storage Industry, Global, Planned Storage Terminals, Storage Capacity by Region, MMm3, 2012-2016 133

Table 64: Global Refining Industry, Key Statistics, 2011 136

Table 65: Refining Industry, Major Countries, Global, Refining Capacity, MMtpa, 2000-2016 137

Table 66: Refining Capacity, Major Companies, Global, MMtpa, 2000-2016 139

Table 67: Global Refining Capacity, Additions Through New and Existing Distillation Unit Expansions by Region, MMtpa, 2012-2016 142

Table 68: Refining Industry, Global, Capacity by Region, MMtpa, 2000-2016 145

Table 69: Refining Industry, Major Countries, Asia-Pacific, Refining Capacity, MMtpa, 2000-2016 147

Table 70: Refining Industry, Major Countries, North America, Refining Capacity, MMtpa, 2000-2016 149

Table 71: Refining Industry, Europe, Refining Capacity, MMtpa, 2000-2016 150

Table 72: Refining Industry, Major Countries, Middle East and Africa, Refining Capacity, MMtpa, 2000-2016 152

Table 73: Refining Industry, Major Countries, South and Central America, Refining Capacity, MMtpa, 2000-2016 154

Table 74: Refining Industry, Major Companies, Asia-Pacific, Refining Capacity, MMtpa, 2000-2016 156

Table 75: Refining Industry, Major Companies, North America, Refining Capacity, MMtpa, 2000-2016 158

Table 76: Refining Industry, Major Companies, Europe, Refining Capacity, MMtpa, 2000-2016 160

Table 77: Refining Industry, Major Companies, Middle East and Africa, Refining Capacity, MMtpa, 2000-2016 162

Table 78: Refining Industry, Major Companies, South and Central America, Refining Capacity, MMtpa, 2000-2016 164

Table 79: Refining Industry, Major Planned Projects, Global, 2012-2016 167

Table 80: Refining Industry, Capacity Additions Through New Refineries by Region, MMtpa, 2012-2016 168

Table 81: Global Hydrocracking Unit Capacity, Additions Through New and Existing Unit Expansions by Region, MMtpa, 2012-2016 170

Table 82: Volume of Renewable Fuels Required, the US, Billion Gallons, 2008-2022 171

Table 83: Refining Industry, Middle East and Africa, Planned Refining Capacity by Country, MMtpa, 2012-2016 173

Table 84: Global Oil Consumption, Key Statistics, 2011 175

Table 85: Crude Oil Consumption, Asia-Pacific, MMbbl, 2000-2016 181

Table 86: Crude Oil Consumption, Top 10 Countries, Europe, MMbbl, 2000-2016 183

Table 87: Crude Oil Consumption, Middle East and Africa, MMbbl, 2000-2016 185

Table 88: Crude Oil Consumption, North America, MMbbl, 2000-2016 187

Table 89: Crude Oil Consumption, South and Central America, MMbbl, 2000-2016 189

Table 90: Crude Oil Consumption, Global, Million Barrels Per Day, 2000-2016 190

Table 91: Oil Consumption, Europe and North America, MMbbl, 2011-2016 191

1.2 List of Figures

Figure 1: Primary Energy Shares, Global, 2011 17

Figure 2: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Top 10 Countries, Global, Crude Oil Reserves, Billion Barrels, 2011 23

Figure 3: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Global, Crude Oil Production, MMbbl, 2000-2016 25

Figure 4: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Top 10 Countries, Global, Crude Oil Production, MMbbl, 2011 27

Figure 5: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Top 10 Companies, Global, Crude Oil Reserves, Billion Barrels, 2011 29

Figure 6: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Top 10 Companies, Global, Crude Oil Production, MMbbl, 2011 30

Figure 7: Crude Oil Consumption, China and India, Growth in Crude Oil Consumption, MMbbl, 2000-2016 32

Figure 8: E&P Industry, Global, Capital Expenditure, $bn, 2007-2012 33

Figure 9: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Global, Crude Oil Reserves Split by Region, %, 2011 37

Figure 10: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Top 10 Countries, Asia-Pacific, Crude Oil Reserves, Billion Barrels, 2011 38

Figure 11: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Top 10 Countries, Africa, Crude Oil Reserves, Billion Barrels, 2011 40

Figure 12: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Major Countries, Europe, Crude Oil Reserves, Billion Barrels, 2011 42

Figure 13: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Major Countries, Middle East, Crude Oil Reserves, Billion Barrels, 2011 43

Figure 14: Crude Oil E&P Industry, North America, Crude Oil Reserves, Billion Barrels, 2011 44

Figure 15: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Major Countries, South and Central America, Crude Oil Reserves, Billion Barrels, 2011 45

Figure 16: Crude Oil Production, Global, Split by Region, %, 2011 46

Figure 17: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Major Countries, Asia-Pacific, Crude Oil Production, MMbbl, 2000-2016 47

Figure 18: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Major Countries, Europe, Crude Oil Production, MMbbl, 2000-2016 49

Figure 19: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Major Countries, Middle East and Africa, Crude Oil Production, MMbbl, 2000-2016 51

Figure 20: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Major Countries, North America, Crude Oil Production, MMbbl, 2000-2016 53

Figure 21: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Major Countries, South and Central America, Crude Oil Production, MMbbl, 2000-2016 54

Figure 22: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Top 10 Integrated Companies by Proved Oil Reserves, MMbbl, 2011 56

Figure 23: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Top 10 Integrated Companies by Crude Oil Production, MMbbl, 2011 57

Figure 24: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Top 10 Independent Companies by Proved Oil Reserves, MMbbl, 2011 59

Figure 25: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Top 10 Independent Companies by Oil Production, MMbbl, 2011 61

Figure 26: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Top 10 National Oil Companies by Crude Oil Reserves, MMbbl, 2011 63

Figure 27: Crude Oil E&P Industry, Top 10 National Oil Companies by Crude Oil Production, MMbbl, 2011 64

Figure 28: OPEC's Share in World Crude Oil Reserves, 2011 69

Figure 29: Crude Oil Production, Major Countries, OPEC, MMbbl, 2000-2016 70

Figure 30: Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, Top 10 Countries, Global, 2011 75

Figure 31: Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, Top 10 Companies, Global, 2011 76

Figure 32: Crude Oil Consumption, Global, MMbbl, 2016 78

Figure 33: Major Planned Crude Oil Pipeline Projects by Region, Pipeline Length, km, 2012-2016 79

Figure 34: Crude Oil Pipeline Length, Percentage Share of Each Region, 2011 80

Figure 35: Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, Top Five Countries, Asia-Pacific, 2011 81

Figure 36: Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, Top Five Countries, Europe, 2011 82

Figure 37: Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, Top Five Countries, Middle East and Africa, 2011 84

Figure 38: Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, North America, Pipeline Length by Country, km, 2011 85

Figure 39: Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, Top Five Countries, South and Central America, 2011 86

Figure 40: Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, Top 10 Companies, Asia-Pacific, 2011 88

Figure 41: Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, Top 10 Companies, North America, 2011 89

Figure 42: Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, Top 10 Companies, Europe, 2011 90

Figure 43: Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, Top 10 Companies, Middle East and Africa, 2011 91

Figure 44: Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, Top 10 Companies, South and Central America, 2011 92

Figure 45: Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, Major State-Owned and Private Players, Global, 2011 93

Figure 46: Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, Major State-Owned and Private Players, Global, 2016 94

Figure 47: East Siberia - Pacific Ocean Pipeline, Pipeline Route 96

Figure 48: Keystone Crude Oil Pipeline System, Pipeline Route 97

Figure 49: Crude Oil Pipeline Industry, Planned Pipeline Lengths, Percentage Share by Region, 2012-2016 98

Figure 50: Crude Oil Storage Industry, Global, Growth in Storage Capacity by Country, MMm3, 2000-2016 102

Figure 51: Crude Oil Storage Industry, Global, Growth in Storage Capacity by Company, MMm3, 2000-2016 104

Figure 52: Crude Oil Storage Industry, Top 10 Countries, Global, Storage Capacity, MMm3, 2011 107

Figure 53: Crude Oil Storage Industry, Top 10 Countries, Global, Storage Capacity, MMm3, 2016 108

Figure 54: Crude Oil Storage Industry, Asia-Pacific, Growth in Storage Capacity by Country, MMm3, 2000-2016 109

Figure 55: Crude Oil Storage Industry, Europe, Growth in Storage Capacity by Country, MMm3, 2000-2016 111

Figure 56: Crude Oil Storage Industry, Middle East and Africa, Growth in Storage Capacity by Country, MMm3, 2000-2016 113

Figure 57: Crude Oil Storage Industry, North America, Growth in Storage Capacity by Country, MMm3, 2000-2016 115

Figure 58: Crude Oil Storage Industry, South and Central America, Growth in Storage Capacity by Country, MMm3, 2000-2016 117

Figure 59: Crude Oil Storage Industry, Top 10 Companies, Global, Storage Capacity, MMm3, 2011 118

Figure 60: Crude Oil Storage Industry, Top 10 Companies, Global, Storage Capacity, MMm3, 2016 119

Figure 61: Crude Oil Storage Industry, Asia-Pacific, Growth in Storage Capacity by Company, MMm3, 2000-2016 120

Figure 62: Crude Oil Storage Industry, Europe, Growth in Storage Capacity by Company, MMm3, 2000-2016 122

Figure 63: Crude Oil Storage Industry, North America, Growth in Storage Capacity by Company, MMm3, 2000-2016 124

Figure 64: Crude Oil Storage Industry, Middle East and Africa, Growth in Storage Capacity by Company, MMm3, 2000-2016 126

Figure 65: Crude Oil Storage Industry, South and Central America, Growth in Storage Capacity by Company, MMm3, 2000-2016 128

Figure 66: Crude Oil Storage Industry, Comparison of National Oil Companies Versus Private Players, 2011 130

Figure 67: Crude Oil Storage Industry, Comparison of National Oil Companies Versus Private Players, 2016 131

Figure 68: Crude Oil Storage Industry, Global, Planned Storage Terminals, Percentage Share by Region, 2012-2016 133

Figure 69: Crude Oil Storage Industry, China, Storage Capacity, MMm3, 2011 and 2016 135

Figure 70: Comparison of Major Global Refining Countries, Share in Refining Capacity Vis-à-vis Growth in Refining Capacity, 2007-2011 138

Figure 71: Comparison of Major Global Refining Companies, Share in Refining Capacity Vis-à-vis Growth in Refining Capacity, 2007-2011 140

Figure 72: Global Refining Capacity, Additions Through New and Existing Distillation Unit Expansions by Region, MMtpa, 2012-2016 141

Figure 73: Refining Industry, Split of Capacity Share by Region, 2011 144

Figure 74: Refining Industry, Global, Growth in Capacity by Region, MMtpa, 2000-2016 145

Figure 75: Refining Industry, Major Countries, Asia-Pacific, Growth in Refining Capacity, MMtpa, 2000-2016 146

Figure 76: Refining Industry, Major Countries, North America, Growth in Refining Capacity, MMtpa, 2000-2016 148

Figure 77: Refining Industry, Major Countries, Europe, Growth in Refining Capacity, MMtpa, 2000-2016 149

Figure 78: Refining Industry, Major Countries, Middle East and Africa, Growth in Refining Capacity, MMtpa, 2000-2016 151

Figure 79: Refining Industry, Major Countries, South and Central America, Growth in Refining Capacity, MMtpa, 2000-2016 153

Figure 80: Refining Industry, Major Companies, Asia-Pacific, Growth in Refining Capacity, MMtpa, 2000-2016 155

Figure 81: Refining Industry, Major Companies, North America, Growth in Refining Capacity, MMtpa, 2000-2016 157

Figure 82: Refining Industry, Major Companies, North America, Growth in Refining Capacity, MMtpa, 2000-2016 159

Figure 83: Refining Industry, Major Companies, Middle East and Africa, Growth in Refining Capacity, MMtpa, 2000-2016 161

Figure 84: Refining Industry, Major Companies, South and Central America, Growth in Refining Capacity, MMtpa, 2000-2016 163

Figure 85: Refining Industry, Top 15 Players, Global, Refining Capacity, MMtpa, 2011 165

Figure 86: Refining Industry, Top 15 Players, Global, Refining Capacity, MMtpa, 2016 166

Figure 87: Refining Industry, Planned Refineries, Comparison of Capacity Addition by Region, 2012-2016 169

Figure 88: Refining Industry, Middle East and Africa, Percentage Share of Countries in Capacity Addition Through New Refineries, 2012-2016 172

Figure 89: Refining Industry, Asia-Pacific, Percentage Share of Countries in Capacity Addition Through New Refineries, 2012-2016 174

Figure 90: Crude Oil Consumption, Top 10 Countries, Global, MMbbl, 2011 176

Figure 91: Crude Oil Consumption, Growth in BRIC Nations, MMbbl, 2000-2016 177

Figure 92: Crude Oil Consumption, Split by Region, % Share, 2011 178

Figure 93: Crude Oil Consumption, Growth by Region, MMbbl, 2000-2016 179

Figure 94: Crude Oil Consumption, Top 10 Countries, Asia-Pacific, MMbbl, 2011 180

Figure 95: Crude Oil Consumption, Asia-Pacific, MMbbl, 2000-2016 181

Figure 96: Crude Oil Consumption, Top 10 Countries, Europe, MMbbl, 2011 182

Figure 97: Crude Oil Consumption, Europe, MMbbl, 2000-2016 183

Figure 98: Crude Oil Consumption, Major Countries, Middle East and Africa, MMbbl, 2011 184

Figure 99: Crude Oil Consumption, Middle East and Africa, MMbbl, 2000-2016 185

Figure 100: Crude Oil Consumption, North America, MMbbl, 2011 186

Figure 101: Crude Oil Consumption, North America, MMbbl, 2000-2016 187

Figure 102: Crude Oil Consumption, Major Oil Consuming Countries, South and Central America, MMbbl, 2011 188

Figure 103: Crude Oil Consumption, South and Central America, MMbbl, 2000-2016 189

Figure 104: Global Oil Consumption, Percentage Split By Region, 2016 190

Figure 105: Crude Oil Consumption, Europe and North America, MMbbl, 2011-2016 191

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: Crude Oil Industry to 2016 - Deepwater Discoveries Worldwide and Rising Industrial Demand in Emerging Economies Driving the Industry

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