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Global Refinery Coking Units to 2013: Investment Opportunities, Analysis and Forecasts of All Active and Planned Coking Units

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GlobalData

Published Date : Jun 2010

Category :

Refining

No. of Pages : 162 Pages


Global Refinery Coking Units to 2013: Investment Opportunities, Analysis and Forecasts of All Active and Planned Coking Units is a comprehensive report on global coking capacity. 

The report provides coking capacity details of refineries across the world drilling by region, country and asset. Coking capacity expansions, as announced by various refining companies have also been included in this report. This report also gives detailed information on five leading refining companies with major coking capacities along with highlights of the latest deals and developments related to the global refining industry.

Scope

  • Updated information relating to all active and planned coking units across the globe
  • Provides operator information for all the coking units in the world
  • Detailed information by regions and countries includes refinery names along with historical and forecasted coking capacities between 2000 and 2013
  • Detailed information on the top refining companies in the world including company overview, business description, strategic and SWOT analysis
  • Key mergers and acquisitions, partnerships, private equity and venture capital investments, and IPOs from related deals and latest developments.

Reasons to buy

  • Obtain the most up to date information available on all active and planned coking units across the world
  • Identify growth segments and opportunities in the global coking operations
  • Facilitate market analysis and forecasting of future global coking trends
  • Assess your competitor’s global coking operations
  • Understand and respond to your competitors business structure, strategy and prospects in coking business across the globe
  • Develop strategies based on the latest operational, financial, and regulatory events from the latest deals and developments in the coking business in the world
  • Identify and analyze the strengths and weaknesses of the leading refining companies in the world.
Table of Content

1.Table of Content

1.1 List Of Tables
1.2 List Of Figures

2 Introduction
2.1 What is This Report About?
2.2 How to Use This Report?
2.3 Market Definition

3 Global Refinery Coking Units
3.1 Global Refinery Coking Units, Industry Snapshot
3.2 Global Refinery Coking Units, Total Coking Capacity

4 Global Refinery Coking Units in Asia Pacific
4.1 Coking Unit Capacity in Asia Pacific, Key Data
4.2 Global Refinery Coking Units in Asia Pacific, An Overview
4.3 Refinery Industry in Asia Pacific, Total Coking Capacity
4.3.1 Coking Unit Capacity in Asia Pacific, Country-wise
4.4 Coking Unit Capacity in Asia Pacific, Company-wise
4.5 Global Refinery Coking Units, Asia Pacific, China
4.6 Refining Industry In China, Coking Unit Capacity
4.7 Global Refinery Coking Units, Asia Pacific, India
4.8 Refining Industry In India, Coking Unit Capacity
4.9 Global Refinery Coking Units, Asia Pacific, Japan
4.10 Refining Industry In Japan, Coking Unit Capacity
4.11 Global Refinery Coking Units, Asia Pacific, Taiwan
4.12 Refining Industry In Taiwan, Coking Unit Capacity
4.13 Global Refinery Coking Units, Asia Pacific, Azerbaijan
4.14 Refining Industry In Azerbaijan, Coking Unit Capacity
4.15 Global Refinery Coking Units, Asia Pacific, Kazakhstan
4.16 Refining Industry In Kazakhstan, Coking Unit Capacity
4.17 Global Refinery Coking Units, Asia Pacific, Republic of Korea
4.18 Refining Industry In South Korea, Coking Unit Capacity
4.19 Global Refinery Coking Units, Asia Pacific, Indonesia
4.20 Refining Industry In Indonesia, Coking Unit Capacity
4.21 Global Refinery Coking Units, Asia Pacific, Turkmenistan
4.22 Refining Industry In Turkmenistan, Coking Unit Capacity
4.23 Global Refinery Coking Units, Asia Pacific,Malysia
4.24 Refining Industry In Malaysia, Coking Unit Capacity
4.25 Global Refinery Coking Units, Asia Pacific, Uzbekistan
4.26 Refining Industry In Uzbekistan, Coking Unit Capacity
4.27 Global Refinery Coking Units, Asia Pacific, Myanmar
4.28 Refining Industry In Myanmar, Coking Unit Capacity

5 Global Refinery Coking Units in Europe
5.1 Coking Unit Capacity in Europe, Key Data
5.2 Global Refinery Coking Units in Europe, An Overview
5.3 Coking Unit Capacity in Europe, Country wise
5.4 Coking Unit Capacity in Europe, Company wise
5.5 Global Refinery Coking Units, Europe, Germany
5.6 Refining Industry In Germany, Coking Unit Capacity
5.7 Global Refinery Coking Units in Europe, Russian Federation
5.8 Refining Industry In Russian Federation, Coking Unit Capacity
5.9 Global Refinery Coking Units, Europe, Spain
5.10 Refining Industry In Spain, Coking Unit Capacity
5.11 Global Refinery Coking Units, Europe, The United Kingdom
5.12 Refining Industry In The United Kingdom, Coking Unit Capacity
5.13 Global Refinery Coking Units, Europe, Romania
5.14 Refining Industry In Romania, Coking Unit Capacity
5.15 Global Refinery Coking Units, Europe, Italy
5.16 Refining Industry In Italy, Coking Unit Capacity
5.17 Global Refinery Coking Units, Europe, The Netherlands
5.18 Refining Industry In The Netherlands, Coking Unit Capacity
5.19 Global Refinery Coking Units, Europe, Norway
5.20 Refining Industry In Norway, Coking Unit Capacity
5.21 Global Refinery Coking Units, Europe, Hungary
5.22 Refining Industry In Hungary, Coking Unit Capacity
5.23 Global Refinery Coking Units, Europe, Albania
5.24 Refining Industry In Albania, Coking Unit capacity
5.25 Global Refinery Coking Units, Europe, Ukaraine
5.26 Refining Industry In Ukraine, Coking Unit Capacity
5.27 Global Refinery Coking Units, Europe, Croatia
5.28 Refining Industry In Croatia, Coking Unit Capacity
5.29 Global Refinery Coking Units, Europe, Greece
5.29.1 Refining Industry In Greece, Coking Unit Capacity

6 Global Refinery Coking Units in Middle East and Africa
6.1 Coking Unit Capacity in Middle East and Africa, Key Data
6.2 Global Refinery Coking Units in Middle East and Africa, An Overview
6.3 Coking Unit Capacity in Middle East and Africa, Country wise
6.4 Coking Unit Capacity in Middle East and Africa, Company wise
6.5 Global Refinery Coking Units, Middle East and Africa, Kuwait
6.6 Refining Industry In Kuwait, Coking Unit Capacity
6.7 Global Refinery Coking Units, Middle East and Africa, Egypt
6.8 Refining Industry In Egypt, Coking Unit Capacity
6.9 Global Refinery Coking Units, Middle East and Africa, Sudan
6.10 Refining Industry In Sudan, Coking unit Capacity
6.11 Global Refinery Coking Units, Middle East and Africa, Syrian Arab Republic
6.12 Refining Industry In Syrian Arab Republic, Coking Unit Capacity
6.13 Global Refinery Coking Units, Middle East and Africa, Iran (Islamic Republic of Iran)
6.13.1 Refining Industry In Iran (Islamic Republic of Iran), Coking Unit Capacity

7 Global Refinery Coking Units in North America
7.1 Coking Unit Capacity in North America, Key Data
7.2 Global Refinery Coking Units, North America, An Overview
7.2.1 Coking Unit Capacity in North America, Region wise
7.3 Coking Unit Capacity in North America, Company wise
7.4 Global Refinery Coking Units, North America, United States Gulf Coast
7.4.1 Refining Industry In The US Gulf Coast, Coking Unit Capacity
7.5 Global Refinery Coking Units, North America, The United States Midwest
7.5.1 Refining Industry In The US Midwest, Coking Unit Capacity
7.6 Global Refinery Coking Units, North America, The United States West Coast
7.6.1 Refining Industry In The US West Coast, Coking Unit Capacity
7.7 Global Refinery Coking Units, North America, The United States East Coast
7.7.1 Refining Industry In The US East Coast, Coking Unit Capacity
7.8 Global Refinery Coking Units, North America, The United States Rocky Mountain
7.8.1 Refining Industry In The US Rocky Mountain,Coking unit Capacity
7.9 Global Refinery Coking Units, North America, Canada
7.9.1 Refining Industry In Canada, Coking Unit Capacity

8 Global Refinery Coking Units in South and Central America
8.1 Coking Unit Capacity in South and Central America, Key Data
8.2 Global Refinery Coking Units, South and Central America, An Overview
8.3 Coking Unit Capacity in South and Central America, Country wise
8.4 Coking Unit Capacity in South and Central America, Company wise
8.5 Global Refinery Coking Units, South and Central America, Brazil
8.6 Refining Industry In Brazil, Coking Unit Capacity
8.7 Global Refinery Coking Units, South and Central America, Mexico
8.8 Refining Industry In Mexico, Coking Unit Capacity
8.9 Global Refinery Coking Units, South and Central America, Venezuela
8.10 Refining Industry In Venezuela, Coking Unit Capacity
8.11 Global Refinery Coking Units, South and Central America, Argentina
8.12 Refining Industry In Argentina, Coking Unit Capacity
8.13 Global Refinery Coking Units, South and Central America, Aruba
8.14 Refining Industry In Aruba, Coking Unit Capacity
8.15 Global Refinery Coking Units, South and Central America, Virgin Islands
8.16 Refining Industry In Virgin Islands, Coking Unit Capacity
8.17 Global Refinery Coking Units, South and Central America, Chile
8.18 Refining Industry In Chile, Coking Unit Capacity
8.19 Global Refinery Coking Unit Capacity, Planned Refineries
8.19.1 Global Refinery Coking Unit Capacity, Planned Coking Unit Capacity,2010-2013

9 Profile of China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation
9.1 China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation, Key Information
9.2 China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation, Company Overview
9.3 China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation, Business Description
9.3.1 Business Overview
9.4 Chemicals
9.4.1 Overview
9.4.2 Production
9.5 Corporate and Others
9.5.1 Overview
9.5.2 Financials
9.6 Exploration and Production
9.6.1 Overview
9.6.2 Production
9.6.3 Financials
9.6.4 Key Strategies
9.7 Marketing and Distribution
9.7.1 Overview
9.7.2 Production
9.7.3 Financials
9.7.4 Key Strategies
9.8 Refining
9.8.1 Overview
9.8.2 Production
9.8.3 Financials
9.8.4 Market View
9.8.5 Key Strategies
9.9 SWOT Analysis
9.9.1 Overview
9.10 China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation Strengths
9.10.1 Strong Refining and Marketing Activities
9.10.2 Steady Revenue Growth
9.10.3 Strong Growth Prospects
9.10.4 Expanding Market Share in Sector
9.11 China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation Weaknesses
9.11.1 Limited Geographical Presence
9.11.2 High Dependence on External Crude Oil Supplies
9.11.3 Declining Operating Margin
9.11.4 Limited Liquidity Position
9.11.5 Low Return on Equity
9.12 China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation Opportunities
9.12.1 Major Projects
9.12.2 Growing Demand for Refined Products
9.12.3 Growth in Oil and Gas Demand
9.12.4 Africa - Attractive Destination for Chemical Firms
9.13 China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation Threats
9.13.1 China's Entry into WTO
9.13.2 Government Regulations

10 Profile of Exxon Mobil Corporation
10.1 Exxon Mobil Corporation, Key Information
10.2 Exxon Mobil Corporation, Company Overview
10.3 Exxon Mobil Corporation, Business Description
10.3.1 Business Overview
10.4 Chemical
10.4.1 Overview
10.4.2 Production
10.4.3 Financials
10.4.4 Capital Expenditure
10.4.5 Market View
10.4.6 Key Strategies
10.5 Downstream
10.5.1 Overview
10.5.2 Production
10.5.3 Financials
10.5.4 Capital Expenditure
10.5.5 Market View
10.5.6 Key Strategies
10.6 Upstream
10.6.1 Overview
10.6.2 Production
10.6.3 Financials
10.6.4 Capital Expenditure
10.6.5 Market View
10.6.6 Key Strategies
10.7 Exxon Mobil Corporation, SWOT Analysis
10.7.1 Overview
10.8 Exxon Mobil Corporation Strengths
10.8.1 Integrated Refining and Chemical Operations
10.8.2 Wide Geographic Spread
10.8.3 Extensive Research & Development Activities
10.8.4 Cogeneration Facilities
10.8.5 Strong Liquidity Position
10.8.6 Efficient Use of Resources
10.9 Exxon Mobil Corporation Weaknesses
10.9.1 Declining Proved Oil Reserves
10.9.2 Increasing Production Costs
10.9.3 Declining Market Share in Sector
10.10 Exxon Mobil Corporation Opportunities
10.10.1 Demand for Hydrocarbons in Long Run
10.10.2 Oil Sands Resources
10.10.3 Refining Industry Growth in Middle East
10.10.4 Demand for Underground Gas Storage in Europe
10.11 Exxon Mobil Corporation Threats
10.11.1 Natural Disasters
10.11.2 Growing Environmental Concerns
10.11.3 US Energy Policy and Increasing Tax Burden
10.11.4 Rising Capital Costs in the Refining Sector

11 Profile of ConocoPhillips
11.1 ConocoPhillips, Key Information
11.2 ConocoPhillips, Company Overview
11.3 ConocoPhillips, Business Description
11.3.1 Business Overview
11.4 Chemicals
11.4.1 Overview
11.4.2 Financials
11.4.3 Market View
11.4.4 Key Strategies
11.5 Emerging Businesses
11.5.1 Overview
11.5.2 Financials
11.5.3 Capital Expenditure
11.5.4 Key Strategies
11.6 Exploration and Production
11.6.1 Overview
11.6.2 Production
11.6.3 Financials
11.6.4 Capital Expenditure
11.6.5 Market View
11.6.6 Key Strategies
11.6.7 Production
11.7 LUKOIL Investment
11.7.1 Overview
11.8 Midstream
11.8.1 Overview
11.8.2 Production
11.8.3 Financials
11.8.4 Capital Expenditure
11.8.5 Key Strategies
11.9 Refining, Marketing and Transportation
11.9.1 Overview
11.9.2 Production
11.9.3 Financials
11.9.4 Capital Expenditure
11.9.5 Market View
11.9.6 Key Strategies
11.10 ConocoPhillips, SWOT Analysis
11.10.1 Overview
11.11 ConocoPhillips Strengths
11.11.1 Integrated Operations
11.11.2 Widespread Geographic Operations
11.11.3 Increase in Reserves
11.11.4 Strong Patent Protection
11.12 ConocoPhillips Weaknesses
11.12.1 Declining Market Share in Sector
11.12.2 Limited Operating Margin
11.12.3 Limited Liquidity Position
11.12.4 Low Return on Equity
11.13 ConocoPhillips Opportunities
11.13.1 Opportunities in Unconventional Energy Sources
11.13.2 Global Water Sustainability Center
11.13.3 Expansion through Inorganic Growth
11.13.4 Joint Venture with BP
11.13.5 Divestment of non-Core Assets
11.14 ConocoPhillips Threats
11.14.1 Intense Competition
11.14.2 Rising Capital Costs in the Refining Sector
11.14.3 US Energy Policy
11.14.4 Fluctuating Oil Markets

12 Profile of Valero Energy Corporation
12.1 Valero Energy Corporation, Key Information
12.2 Valero Energy Corporation, Company Overview
12.3 Valero Energy Corporation, Business Description
12.3.1 Business Overview
12.4 Ethanol
12.4.1 Overview
12.4.2 Production
12.4.3 Financials
12.5 Refining
12.5.1 Overview
12.5.2 Production
12.5.3 Financials
12.5.4 Market View
12.5.5 Key Strategies
12.6 Retail
12.6.1 Overview
12.6.2 Production
12.6.3 Financials
12.6.4 Key Strategies
12.7 Valero Energy Corporation, SWOT Analysis
12.7.1 Overview
12.8 Valero Energy Corporation Strengths
12.8.1 Large Scale Refining Operations
12.8.2 Extensive Product Portfolio
12.8.3 Far-reaching Marketing Network
12.9 Valero Energy Corporation Weaknesses
12.9.1 Declining Market Share in Sector
12.9.2 Declining Operating Margin
12.9.3 Low Return on Equity
12.9.4 Legal Actions against the Company
12.10 Valero Energy Corporation Opportunities
12.10.1 Cost Reductions Measures
12.10.2 Expanding Retail Business
12.10.3 Acquisition of Ethanol Plants
12.10.4 Stimulus for Renewable Energy
12.11 Valero Energy Corporation Threats
12.11.1 Growing Environmental Concerns
12.11.2 Downturn in the Refining Sector
12.11.3 Fluctuation in the Crude Oil Prices
12.11.4 Dependence on Supplies of Crude Oil Feedstock

13 Profile of Reliance Industries Limited
13.1 Reliance Industries Limited, Key Information
13.2 Reliance Industries Limited, Company Overview
13.3 Reliance Industries Limited, Business Description
13.3.1 Business Overview
13.3.2 Production
13.3.3 Financials
13.3.4 Key Strategies
13.3.5 Production
13.3.6 Financials
13.3.7 Key Strategies
13.4 Oil and Gas
13.4.1 Overview
13.4.2 Market View
13.4.3 Production
13.4.4 Financials
13.4.5 Key Strategies
13.5 Others
13.5.1 Overview
13.5.2 Financials
13.5.3 Market View
13.5.4 Key Strategies
13.6 Petrochemicals
13.6.1 Overview
13.6.2 Production
13.6.3 Financials
13.6.4 Market View
13.6.5 Key Strategies
13.7 Refining and Marketing
13.7.1 Overview
13.8 Refining and Marketing
13.8.1 Overview
13.8.2 Production
13.8.3 Financials
13.8.4 Market View
13.8.5 Key Strategies
13.9 Reliance Industries Limited, SWOT Analysis
13.9.1 Overview
13.10 Reliance Industries Limited Strengths
13.10.1 Vertical Integration
13.10.2 Expanding Market Share in Sector
13.10.3 Dominant Foothold in the Market
13.10.4 Substantial Increase in Exports
13.11 Reliance Industries Limited Weaknesses
13.11.1 Lack of Midstream Operations
13.12 Reliance Industries Limited Opportunities
13.12.1 Commencement of Production in KG-D6 Block
13.12.2 Retail Boom in India
13.12.3 Merger of Reliance Petroleum and RIL
13.12.4 Opportunities in Unconventional Energy Sources
13.12.5 Strategic Investment in Supply Chain Business
13.12.6 Downturn in the Refining Sector
13.13 Reliance Industries Limited Threats
13.13.1 Highly Competitive Domestic Market
13.13.2 Low Cost Petrochemical Products

14 Financial Deals Landscape
14.1 Rumored Deals
14.1.1 Exxon Mobil Plans To Sell Its New Zealand DownStream Assets
14.2 Acquisition
14.2.1 LyondellBasell Industries Rejects An Offer For Its Shares By Reliance Industries
14.3 Sistema To Acquire Stake In Russneft
14.4 Mikhail Gutseriyev Acquires RussNeft From Oleg Deripaska
14.5 Equity Offerings
14.5.1 Petroleo Brasileiro Plans For Public Offering
14.6 Grupa LOTOS Completes Offering For $142 Million
14.7 Oando Completes Right Issue Of $142.6 Million
14.8 Maple Energy Completes Private Placement Of $11.84 Million
14.9 Debt Offerings
14.9.1 Holly Energy Partners Completes Offering Of 8.25% Senior Notes Due 2018 For $150 Million
14.10 Alliance Oil Plans For Public Offering Of $750 Million
14.11 Petroleos Mexicanos Completes Private Placement Of $1,000 Million
14.12 Valero Energy Completes 4.5% Senior Notes Offering For $400 Million
14.13 Valero Energy Completes 6.12% Senior Notes Offering For $850 Million
14.13.1 Petrovietnam Plans For Bond Offering Of $770 Million
14.13.2 TNK-BP Completes Private Placement For $500 Million
14.13.3 TNK-BP Completes Private Placement Of $500 Million
14.13.4 Indian Oil Announces Public Offering Of Bonds For $500 Million
14.14 Partnerships
14.14.1 Total Forms A Joint Venture With ERG
14.15 Asset Transactions
14.15.1 Chevron To Sell Pembroke Refinery In UK
14.15.2 PetroChina Company To Acquire Grangemouth Refinery In Scotland
14.15.3 Paramount Petroleum Acquires Bakersfield Oil Refinery Of Flying J

15 Recent Developments
15.1 License Rounds
15.1.1 Jun 10, 2010: Iraq To Hold Roadshow For $3 Billion Worth Refinery Projects
15.2 Strategy and Business Expansion
15.2.1 Jun 28, 2010: RIL, PEMEX May Jointly Develop Oil Refinery In Mexico
15.2.2 Jun 23, 2010: Petrobras Executes LoI To Analyze Downstream Opportunities With Manguinhos Refinery
15.2.3 Jun 21, 2010: Petrobras Announces 2010-14 Business Plan
15.2.4 Jun 18, 2010: NNPC Invites US For Investments In Downstream Oil Sector
15.2.5 Jun 03, 2010: Socar To Commence Construction Work On Turkey Oil Refinery In 2011
15.2.6 May 26, 2010: HPCL Plans New Refinery With INR300 Billion Investment
15.2.7 May 14, 2010: NNPC, CSCEC Execute Agreement To Source Contractor Financing For Three Greenfield Refineries In Nigeria
15.3 Financial Announcements
15.3.1 Jun 25, 2010: Maple Energy Reports Preliminary 2009 Results
15.3.2 Key Financial Highlights
15.3.3 Other Financial Highlights
15.3.4 Ethanol Project Highlights
15.3.5 2009 Operating Results
15.3.6 Jun 21, 2010: Tatneft Reports Net Income Of $423 Million In Q1 2010
15.3.7 Jun 02, 2010: LUKOIL Reports Net Income Of $2.05 Billion In Q1 2010
15.3.8 May 28, 2010: IOC Reports Net Profit Of INR109.9 Billion In Fiscal 2010
15.3.9 Financial Performance
15.3.10 Core Performance
15.3.11 Research & Development
15.4 Other Significant Developments
15.4.1 Jun 27, 2010: Saudi Aramco Completes $100 Billion Oil Expansion Plan
15.4.2 Jun 23, 2010: Imperial Oil Announces Executive Changes
15.4.3 Jun 21, 2010: CHS President And CEO John D. Johnson To Retire
15.4.4 Jun 15, 2010: RIL Resumes FCC Unit At Its 580,000 Bpd Refinery
15.4.5 Jun 10, 2010: Iran Allocates $15 Billion For Domestic Refinery Projects
15.4.6 Jun 08, 2010: ENAP Resumes Operations At Bío Bío Refinery’s Terminal B In Chile
15.4.7 Jun 07, 2010: Iran Allots Over $16 Billion For Oil Projects
15.4.8 Jun 06, 2010: ConocoPhillips Begins Maintenance Work At Borger Refinery In Texas
15.4.9 Jun 04, 2010: Shell Announces Ann Pickard As Chairman Of Australia
15.5 New Contracts Announcements
15.5.1 Jun 02, 2010: Foster Wheeler Bags FEED Contract For New Grassroots Refinery In Iraq
15.5.2 Apr 30, 2010: Samsung Engineering Receives $1.5 Billion Shah Gas Contract From ADNOC

16 Appendix
16.1 Methodology
16.1.1 Coverage
16.1.2 Secondary Research
16.1.3 Primary Research
16.1.4 Midstream Forecasts
16.1.5 Expert Panel Validation
16.2 Contact Us
16.3 About Us
16.4 Disclaimer

List of Table


Table 1: Global Refinery Coking Units, Key Statistics, 2009 21
Table 2: Global Coking Capacity by Country (MMTPA), 2000-2013 21
Table 3: Global Coking Capacity by Company (MMTPA), 2000-2013 23
Table 4: Asia Pacific Refinery Coking Units, Key Statistics, 2009 24
Table 5: Asia Pacific, Coking Unit Capacity by Country (MMTPA), 2000-2013 25
Table 6: Asia Pacific, Coking Unit Capacity by Company (MMTPA), 2000-2013 26
Table 7: Asia Pacific, Coking Unit Capacity In China (MMTPA), 2000-2013 28
Table 8: Asia Pacific, Coking Unit Capacity In India (MMTPA), 2000-2013 30
Table 9: Asia Pacific, Coking Unit Capacity In Japan (MMTPA), 2000-2013 31
Table 10: Asia Pacific, Coking Unit Capacity In Taiwan (MMTPA), 2000-2013 32
Table 11: Asia Pacific, Coking Unit Capacity In Azerbaijan (MMTPA), 2000-2013 32
Table 12: Asia Pacific, Coking Unit Capacity In Kazakhstan (MMTPA), 2000-2013 33
Table 13: Asia Pacific, Coking Unit Capacity In South Korea (MMTPA), 2000-2013 34
Table 14: Asia Pacific, Coking Unit Capacity In Indonesia (MMTPA), 2000-2013 34
Table 15: Asia Pacific, Coking Unit Capacity in Turkmenistan (MMTPA), 2000-2013 35
Table 16: Asia Pacific, Coking Unit Capacity In Malaysia (MMTPA), 2000-2013 35
Table 17: Asia Pacific, Coking Unit Capacity in Uzbekistan (MMTPA), 2000-2013 36
Table 18: Asia Pacific, Coking Unit Capacity in Myanmar (MMTPA), 2000-2013 36
Table 19: Europe Refinery Coking Units, Key Statistics, 2009 37
Table 20: Europe, Coking Unit Capacity by Country (MMTPA), 2000-2013 37
Table 21: Europe, Coking Unit Capacity by Company (MMTPA), 2000-2013 39
Table 22: Europe, Coking Unit Capacity in Germany (MMTPA), 2000-2013 41
Table 23: Europe, Coking Unit Capacity in Russian Federation (MMTPA), 2000-2013 42
Table 24: Europe, Coking Unit Capacity in Spain (MMTPA), 2000-2013 43
Table 25: Europe, Coking Unit Capacity in The United Kingdom (MMTPA), 2000-2013 43
Table 26: Europe, Coking Unit Capacity in Romania (MMTPA), 2000-2013 44
Table 27: Europe, Coking Unit Capacity in Italy (MMTPA), 2000-2013 45
Table 28: Europe, Coking Unit Capacity in The Netherlands (MMTPA), 2000-2013 45
Table 29: Europe, Coking Unit Capacity in Norway (MMTPA), 2000-2013 46
Table 30: Europe, Coking Unit Capacity in Hungary (MMTPA), 2000-2013 46
Table 31: Europe, Coking Unit Capacity in Albania (MMTPA), 2000-2013 47
Table 32: Europe, Coking Unit Capacity in Ukraine (MMTPA), 2000-2013 47
Table 33: Europe, Coking Unit Capacity in Croatia (MMTPA), 2000-2013 48
Table 34: Europe, Coking Unit Capacity in Greece (MMTPA), 2000-2013 48
Table 35: Middle East And Africa Refinery Coking Units, Key Statistics, 2009 49
Table 36: Middle East and Africa, Coking Capacity by Country (MMTPA), 2000-2013 49
Table 37: Middle East and Africa, Coking Capacity by Company (MMTPA), 2000-2013 50
Table 38: Middle East And Africa, Coking Unit Capacity In Kuwait (MMTPA), 2000-2013 52
Table 39: Middle East And Africa, Coking Unit Capacity In Egypt (MMTPA), 2000-2013 52
Table 40: Middle East And Africa, Coking Unit Capacity In Sudan (MMTPA), 2000-2013 53
Table 41: Middle East And Africa, Coking Unit Capacity In Syrian Arab Republic (MMTPA), 2000-2013 54
Table 42: Middle East And Africa, Coking Unit Capacity In Iran (Islamic Republic of Iran) (MMTPA), 2000-2013 54
Table 43: North America Refinery Coking Units, Key Statistics, 2009 55
Table 44: North America, Coking Capacity by Region (MMTPA), 2000-2013 56
Table 45: North America, Refining Capacity by Company (MMTPA), 2000-2013 57
Table 46: North America, Coking Unit Capacity in the US Gulf Coast (MMTPA), 2000-2013 59
Table 47: Coking Unit Capacity in The US Midwest (MMTPA), 2000-2013 61
Table 48: North America, Coking Unit Capacity in The US West Coast (MMTPA), 2000-2013 62
Table 49: North America, Coking Unit Capacity in the US East Coast (MMTPA), 2000-2013 63
Table 50: North America, Coking Unit Capacity in the US Rocky Mountain (MMTPA), 2000-2013 63
Table 51: North America, Coking Unit Capacity in Canada (MMTPA), 2000-2013 64
Table 52: South And Central America Refinery Coking Units, Key Statistics, 2009 65
Table 53: South and Central America, Coking Capacity by Country (MMTPA), 2000-2013 65
Table 54: South and Central America, Coking Capacity by Company (MMTPA), 2000-2013 67
Table 55: South and Central America, Coking Unit Capacity in Brazil (MMTPA), 2000-2013 68
Table 56: South and Central America, Coking Unit Capacity in Mexico (MMTPA), 2000-2013 69
Table 57: South and Central America, Coking Unit Capacity in Venezuela (MMTPA), 2000-2013 70
Table 58: South and Central America, Coking Unit Capacity in Argentina (MMTPA), 2000-2013 70
Table 59: South and Central America, Coking Unit Capacity in Aruba (MMTPA), 2000-2013 71
Table 60: South and Central America, Coking Unit Capacity in Virgin Islands (MMTPA), 2000-2013 71
Table 61: South and Central America, Coking Unit Capacity in Chile (MMTPA), 2000-2013 72
Table 62: Global Planned Coking Units Capacity (MMTPA), 2010-2013 72
Table 63: China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation, Key Facts 73
Table 64: China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation, SWOT Analysis 79
Table 65: Exxon Mobil Corporation, Key Facts 84
Table 66: Exxon Mobil Corporation, SWOT Analysis 88
Table 67: ConocoPhillips, Key Facts 94
Table 68: ConocoPhillips, SWOT Analysis 100
Table 69: Valero Energy Corporation, Key Facts 105
Table 70: Valero Energy Corporation, SWOT Analysis 108
Table 71: Reliance Industries Limited, Key Facts 113
Table 72: Reliance Industries Limited, SWOT Analysis 119
Table 73: Exxon Mobil Plans To Sell Its New Zealand DownStream Assets 124
Table 74: LyondellBasell Industries Rejects An Offer For Its Shares By Reliance Industries 125
Table 75: Sistema To Acquire Stake In Russneft 126
Table 76: Mikhail Gutseriyev Acquires RussNeft From Oleg Deripaska 127
Table 77: Petroleo Brasileiro Plans For Public Offering 128
Table 78: Grupa LOTOS Completes Offering For $142 Million 129
Table 79: Oando Completes Right Issue Of $142.6 Million 130
Table 80: Maple Energy Completes Private Placement Of $11.84 Million 131
Table 81: Holly Energy Partners Completes Offering Of 8.25% Senior Notes Due 2018 For $150 Million 132
Table 82: Alliance Oil Plans For Public Offering Of $750 Million 133
Table 83: Petroleos Mexicanos Completes Private Placement Of $1,000 Million 134
Table 84: Valero Energy Completes 4.5% Senior Notes Offering For $400 Million 135
Table 85: Valero Energy Completes 6.12% Senior Notes Offering For $850 Million 136
Table 86: Petrovietnam Plans For Bond Offering Of $770 Million 137
Table 87: TNK-BP Completes Private Placement For $500 Million 138
Table 88: TNK-BP Completes Private Placement Of $500 Million 139
Table 89: Indian Oil Announces Public Offering Of Bonds For $500 Million 140
Table 90: Total Forms A Joint Venture With ERG 141
Table 91: Chevron To Sell Pembroke Refinery In UK 142
Table 92: PetroChina Company To Acquire Grangemouth Refinery In Scotland 143
Table 93: Paramount Petroleum Acquires Bakersfield Oil Refinery Of Flying J 143

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Figure 1: Country-Wise Share Vis--vis Growth in Coking Capacity(%), 2004-2009 22
Figure 2: Company-Wise Share Vis--vis Growth in Coking Capacity(%), 2004-2009 23
Figure 3: Asia Pacific, Country-Wise Share Vis--vis Growth in Coking Unit Capacity, 2004-2009 25
Figure 4: Asia Pacific, Company-Wise Share Vis--vis Growth in Coking Unit Capacity, 2004-2009 27
Figure 5: Europe, Country-Wise Share Vis--vis Growth in Coking Capacity, 2004-2009 38
Figure 6: Europe, Company-Wise Share Vis--vis Growth in Coking Capacity(%), 2004-2009 40
Figure 7: Middle East and Africa, Country-Wise Share Vis--vis Growth in Coking Capacity (%), 2004-2009 50
Figure 8: Middle East and Africa, Company-Wise Share Vis--vis Growth in Coking Capacity(%), 2004-20069 51
Figure 9: North America, Country-Wise Share Vis--vis Growth in Coking Capacity(%), 2004-2009 56
Figure 10: North America, Company-Wise Share Vis--vis Growth in Coking Capacity(%), 2004-2009 58
Figure 11: South and Central America, Country-Wise Share Vis--vis Growth in Coking Capacity(%), 2004-2009 66
Figure 12: South and Central America, Company-Wise Share Vis--vis Growth in Coking Capacity(%), 2004-2009 67
Figure 13: GlobalData Methodology 160

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