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Refining Industry Outlook in the US, 2011 - Capacity Analysis, Forecasts and Details of All Operating and Planned Refineries to 2015

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GlobalData

Published Date : Jan 2011

Category :

Refining

No. of Pages : 115 Pages


GlobalData’s energy offering, “Refining Industry Outlook in the US, 2011 - Capacity Analysis, Forecasts and Details of All Operating and Planned Refineries to 2015” is the essential source for industry data and information relating to the refining industry in US. It provides asset level information relating to active and planned refineries in US. The details of major companies operating in the refining industry in US 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 2000 to 2010, forecast to 2015
  • Information on refining, FCC, hydrocracking and coking capacities by refinery and country
  • Provides operator information for all active and planned refineries
  • Identifies key trends and issues in the refining industry
  • Information on the top companies in the sector including business description and strategic analysis. Key companies covered are Valero Energy Corporation ,ConocoPhillips and ExxonMobil 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 the US
  • Identify growth segments and opportunities in the industry.
  • Facilitate market analysis and forecasting of future industry trends
  • 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 the US.
Table Of Contents

1 Table Of Contents

1 Table Of Contents 2
1.1 List Of Tables 6
1.2 List Of Figures 8

2 Introduction 9
2.1 What is This Report About? 9
2.2 How to Use This Report? 9
2.3 Market Definition 9

3 The US Refining Industry 10
3.1 The US Refining Industry, Overview 10
3.1.1 The US Refining Industry, Key Data 10
3.1.2 The US Refining Industry, Total Refining Capacity 10
3.2 The US Refining Industry, Key Trends and Issues 12
3.2.1 The US Refinery Industry: Major Trends 12
3.2.2 The US Refinery Industry: Key Issues 13
3.3 Refining Industry in the US Gulf Coast 14
3.3.1 Refining Industry in the US Gulf Coast, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity, 2000-2015 14
3.3.2 Refining Industry in the US Gulf Coast, Coking Capacity, 2000-2015 18
3.3.3 Refining Industry in the US Gulf Coast, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity, 2000-2015 20
3.3.4 Refining Industry in the US Gulf Coast, Hydrocracking Capacity, 2000-2015 23
3.4 Refining Industry in the US Midwest 24
3.4.1 Refining Industry in the US Midwest, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity, 2000-2015 25
3.4.2 Refining Industry in the US Midwest, Coking Capacity, 2000-2015 27
3.4.3 Refining Industry in the US Midwest, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity, 2000-2015 28
3.4.4 Refining Industry in the US Midwest, Hydrocracking Capacity, 2000-2015 30
3.5 Refining Industry in the US West Coast 30
3.5.1 Refining Industry in the US West Coast, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity, 2000-2015 31
3.5.2 Refining Industry in the US West Coast, Coking Capacity, 2000-2015 33
3.5.3 Refining Industry in the US West Coast, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity, 2000-2015 34
3.5.4 Refining Industry in the US West Coast, Hydrocracking Capacity, 2000-2015 35
3.6 Refining Industry in the US East Coast 36
3.6.1 Refining Industry in the US East Coast, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity, 2000-2015 36
3.6.2 Refining Industry in the US East Coast, Coking Capacity, 2000-2015 37
3.6.3 Refining Industry in the US East Coast, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity, 2000-2015 38
3.6.4 Refining Industry in the US East Coast, Hydrocracking Capacity, 2000-2015 39
3.7 Refining Industry in the US Rocky Mountain 39
3.7.1 Refining Industry in the US Rocky Mountain, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity, 2000-2015 39
3.7.2 Refining Industry in the US Rocky Mountain, Coking Capacity, 2000-2015 41
3.7.3 Refining Industry in the US Rocky Mountain, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity, 2000-2015 42
3.7.4 Refining Industry in the US Rocky Mountain, Hydrocracking Capacity, 2000-2015 43

4 Profile of Valero Energy Corporation 44
4.1 Valero Energy Corporation, Key Information 44
4.2 Valero Energy Corporation, Company Overview 44
4.3 Valero Energy Corporation, Business Description 44
4.3.1 Business Overview 44
4.3.2 Ethanol 44
4.3.3 Refining 45
4.3.4 Retail 46
4.4 Valero Energy Corporation, SWOT Analysis 47
4.4.1 Overview 47
4.4.2 Valero Energy Corporation Strengths 47
4.4.3 Valero Energy Corporation Weaknesses 48
4.4.4 Valero Energy Corporation Opportunities 49
4.4.5 Valero Energy Corporation Threats 50

5 Profile of ConocoPhillips 52
5.1 ConocoPhillips, Key Information 52
5.2 ConocoPhillips, Company Overview 52
5.3 ConocoPhillips, Business Description 52
5.3.1 Business Overview 52
5.3.2 Exploration and Production 52
5.3.3 LUKOIL Investment 54
5.3.4 Midstream 54
5.3.5 Refining, Marketing and Transportation 54
5.4 ConocoPhillips, SWOT Analysis 55
5.4.1 Overview 55
5.4.2 ConocoPhillips Strengths 56
5.4.3 ConocoPhillips Weaknesses 57
5.4.4 ConocoPhillips Opportunities 58
5.4.5 ConocoPhillips Threats 59

6 Profile of Exxon Mobil Corporation 61
6.1 Exxon Mobil Corporation, Key Information 61
6.2 Exxon Mobil Corporation, Company Overview 61
6.3 Exxon Mobil Corporation, Business Description 61
6.3.1 Business Overview 61
6.3.2 Chemical 61
6.3.3 Downstream 63
6.3.4 Upstream 64
6.4 Exxon Mobil Corporation, SWOT Analysis 65
6.4.1 Overview 65
6.4.2 Exxon Mobil Corporation Strengths 66
6.4.3 Exxon Mobil Corporation Weaknesses 67
6.4.4 Exxon Mobil Corporation Opportunities 68
6.4.5 Exxon Mobil Corporation Threats 69

7 Financial Deals Landscape 72
7.1 Detailed Deal Summary 72
7.1.1 Acquisition 72
7.1.2 Private Equity 74
7.1.3 Equity Offerings 75
7.1.4 Debt Offerings 82
7.1.5 Partnerships 93
7.1.6 Asset Transactions 94

8 Recent Developments 100
8.1 License Awards 100
8.1.1 Mar 29, 2010: Alaska Pacific Energy Executes Oil Sands Recovery License With Engineering Technology 100
8.2 Strategy and Business Expansion 101
8.2.1 Jul 28, 2010: Nustar, Road Science Team Up For Asphalt Development, Supply And Marketing 101
8.2.2 Jul 22, 2010: Murphy Oil Announces Plans To Exit Refining Business 101
8.2.3 Jun 28, 2010: ConocoPhillips To Upgrade Coker At 64,000 Bpd Billings Refinery 102
8.2.4 Jun 18, 2010: NNPC Invites US For Investments In Downstream Oil Sector 102
8.2.5 Mar 09, 2010: Chevron Provides Business Update 103
8.3 Other Significant Developments 104
8.3.1 Dec 23, 2010: ExxonMobil Resumes Operations At Torrance Refinery In California 104
8.3.2 Dec 20, 2010: Targa Resources Announces Management Appointments 104
8.3.3 Dec 14, 2010: CHS Announces Senior Leadership Team 104
8.3.4 Dec 09, 2010: Chevron Announces $26 Billion Capital And Exploratory Budget For 2011 106
8.3.5 Nov 22, 2010: CHS Names Carl Casale As New President And CEO 107
8.3.6 Nov 17, 2010: Valero Energy's Executive Vice President And COO, Rich Marcogliese, To Retire At End Of 2010 108
8.3.7 Nov 17, 2010: Frontier Oil Elects Robert Kostelnik To Its Board 108
8.3.8 Nov 17, 2010: Northern Tier Energy Appoints Neal Murphy As CFO 109
8.3.9 Nov 17, 2010: ExxonMobil To Pay $25 Million For New York City Oil Spill 109
8.3.10 Nov 15, 2010: Silver Eagle Refining To Restart Utah Refinery VDU 111
8.3.11 Nov 11, 2010: ExxonMobil Restarts Baytown Refinery Units 111
8.3.12 Nov 10, 2010: ExxonMobil Says Joliet Refinery Still Under Turnaround 111
8.3.13 Nov 09, 2010: Valero Energy's Member of Board, Irl Engelhardt, To Step Down 111
8.3.14 Nov 04, 2010: Tesoro Announces Restart Of Anacortes Refinery In Washington, US 111
8.4 New Contracts Announcements 112
8.4.1 Dec 21, 2009: Profile Technologies Announces New Licensing Agreement 112

9 Appendix 113
9.1 Methodology 113
9.1.1 Coverage 113
9.1.2 Secondary Research 114
9.1.3 Primary Research 114
9.1.4 Midstream Forecasts 114
9.1.5 Expert Panel Validation 115
9.2 Contact Us 115
9.3 About GlobalData 115
9.4 Disclaimer 115

List of Table


Table 1: United States, Refinery Key Statistics, 2010 10
Table 2: United States, Refining Capacity by PADD Regions (MMTPA), 2000-2015 10
Table 3: United States, Refining Capacity by Company (MMTPA), 2000-2015 11
Table 4: United States, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in the US Gulf Coast (MMTPA), 2000-2015 14
Table 5: United States, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in the US Gulf Coast (MMTPA), 2000-2015 (Contd. 1) 15
Table 6: United States, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in the US Gulf Coast (MMTPA), 2000-2015 (Contd.2) 16
Table 7: United States, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in the US Gulf Coast (MMTPA), 2000-2015 (Contd. 3) 17
Table 8: United States, Coking Unit Capacity in the US Gulf Coast (MMTPA), 2000-2015 18
Table 9: United States, Coking Unit Capacity in the US Gulf Coast (MMTPA), 2000-2015 (Contd. 1) 19
Table 10: United States, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in the US Gulf Coast (MMTPA), 2000-2015 20
Table 11: United States, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in the US Gulf Coast (MMTPA), 2000-2015 (Contd. 1) 21
Table 12: United States, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in the US Gulf Coast (MMTPA), 2000-2015 (Contd .2) 22
Table 13: United States, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity in the US Gulf Coast (MMTPA), 2000-2015 23
Table 14: United States, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity in the US Gulf Coast (MMTPA), 2000-2015 (Contd.1) 24
Table 15: United States, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in the Midwest (MMTPA), 2000-2015 25
Table 16: United States, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in the Midwest (MMTPA), 2000-2015 (Contd. 1) 26
Table 17: United States, Coking Unit Capacity in the Midwest (MMTPA), 2000-2015 27
Table 18: United States, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in the Midwest (MMTPA), 2000-2015 28
Table 19: United States, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in the Midwest (MMTPA), 2000-2015 (Contd. 1) 29
Table 20: United States, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity in the Midwest (MMTPA), 2000-2015 30
Table 21: United States, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in the West Coast (MMTPA), 2000-2015 31
Table 22: United States, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in the West Coast (MMTPA), 2000-2015 (Contd.1) 32
Table 23: United States, Coking Unit Capacity in the West Coast (MMTPA), 2000-2015 33
Table 24: United States, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in the West Coast (MMTPA), 2000-2015 34
Table 25: United States, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity in the West Coast (MMTPA), 2000-2015 35
Table 26: United States, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in the East Coast (MMTPA), 2000-2015 36
Table 27: United States, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in the East Coast (MMTPA), 2000-2015 (Contd.1) 37
Table 28: United States, Coking Unit Capacity in the East Coast (MMTPA), 2000-2015 37
Table 29: United States, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in the East Coast (MMTPA), 2000-2015 38
Table 30: United States, Hydro Cracking Unit Capacity in the East Coast (MMTPA), 2000-2015 39
Table 31: United States, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in the Rocky Mountain (MMTPA), 2000-2015 39
Table 32: United States, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity in the Rocky Mountain (MMTPA), 2000-2015 (Contd.1) 40
Table 33: United States, Coking Unit Capacity in the Rocky Mountain (MMTPA), 2000-2015 41
Table 34: United States, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity in the Rocky Mountain (MMTPA), 2000-2015 42
Table 35: United States, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity in the Rocky Mountain (MMTPA), 2000-2015 43
Table 36: Valero Energy Corporation, Key Facts 44
Table 37: Valero Energy Corporation, SWOT Analysis 47
Table 38: ConocoPhillips, Key Facts 52
Table 39: ConocoPhillips, SWOT Analysis 56
Table 40: Exxon Mobil Corporation, Key Facts 61
Table 41: Exxon Mobil Corporation, SWOT Analysis 66
Table 42: Petroplus Holdings To Sell Its 32.62% Interest In PBF Energy Company 72
Table 43: Genesis Energy To Acquire Remaining 51% Interest In DG Marine 73
Table 44: American International Industries To Acquire Norcorom Industries 74
Table 45: Kodiak Capital Invests $100 Million In PGI Energy 74
Table 46: Tesoro Logistics Files Registration Statement For Initial Public Offering 75
Table 47: Genesis Energy Completes Public Offering Of $122 Million 76
Table 48: Alon USA Energy Completes Public Offering Of $40 Million 78
Table 49: Alon USA Energy Files For Rights Offering Of $40 Million 79
Table 50: NuStar Energy Completes Common Units Offering For $248.8 Million 80
Table 51: Buckeye Partners Prices Offering Of Senior Notes For $650 Million 82
Table 52: Enterprise Products Partners Prices Public Offering Of Senior Unsecured Notes Due 2016 For $750 Million 83
Table 53: Enterprise Products Partners Prices Public Offering Of Senior Unsecured Notes Due 2041 For $750 Million 84
Table 54: Frontier Oil Prices 6.87% Senior Notes Offering For $150 Million 86
Table 55: Genesis Energy Prices Offering Of Senior Unsecured Notes For $200 Million 87
Table 56: PEMEX Completes Private Placement Offering Of $121 Million 88
Table 57: CVR Energy Completes 10.87% Second Lien Senior Secured Notes For $225 Million 89
Table 58: CVR Energy Completes 9% First Lien Senior Secured Notes Offering For $275 Million 90
Table 59: Holly Energy Partners Completes Offering Of 8.25% Senior Notes Due 2018 For $150 Million 91
Table 60: The Dow Chemical Issues 3.9% Senior Unsecured Notes Due 2015 For $7.51 Million 92
Table 61: Petroleos de Venezuela Enters Into Joint Venture Agreement With Eni 93
Table 62: PBF To Acquire Toledo Refinery From Sunoco 94
Table 63: Buckeye Partners Acquires Refined Petroleum Products Terminal From Chevron 95
Table 64: PBF Energy Acquires Paulsboro Refinery In New Jersey 96
Table 65: Alon USA Acquires Bakersfield Refinery From Flying J 97
Table 66: Marathon Petroleum Sells Its Minnesota Downstream Assets To ACON Investments And TPG Capital 98

List of Chart


Figure 1: United States, Refining Capacity Share Vis--vis Growth by the US PADD Regions (%), 2005- 2010 11
Figure 2: United States, Company-Wise Share Vis--vis Growth in Refining Capacity(%), 2005-2010 12

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