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HPI Market Data - 2018 -- NEW!
HPI Market Data - 2018 -- NEW!


 
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HPI Market Data 2018 is the hydrocarbon processing industry’s most trusted forecast of capital, maintenance and operating expenditures for the petrochemical, refining and natural gas/LNG industries. Produced annually by the editors of Hydrocarbon Processing and the Construction Boxscore Database, and featuring data provided by governments and private organizations, this comprehensive resource provides comprehensive and top-level insight into HPI market trends, spending and activity.

HPI Market Data 2018 features:
  • Global spending in the refining, petrochemical and gas processing sectors
  • Forecast on global capital, maintenance and operating spending in the HPI
  • Short-term and long-term implications of today’s low crude oil prices
  • An exploration of changing markets and demand within the global HPI, with discussion of emerging markets
  • More than 35 tables and 70 figures, including information and data collected from governments and private organizations
  • Editorial analysis of worldwide economic, social and political trends driving HPI activity across all sectors

Highlights include:
  • The HPI’s capital, maintenance and operating budget for 2018 and a year-over-year comparison against 2017
  • Expanded section on global construction and investment
  • How crude oil supply and demand is affecting the downstream HPI, as well as global and regional trade
  • Impact of current crude oil prices on global project spending
  • How refineries will be designed to handle unconventional feedstocks, such as NGLs, bitumen, heavy oil, and shale
  • Detailed overview on new sulfur and clean-fuels regulations around the world
  • Detailed overview on the IMO 2020 Global Sulfur cap on marine fuels.

List of Figures and Tables:



CONSTRUCTION AND INVESTMENT

FIG. 1. Global oil demand (MMbpd) from three major industry forecasts, 2015–2021.

FIG. 2. Total new project announcements by region, 2015–2017.

FIG. 3. Market share analysis of new project announcements by region, 2015–2017.

FIG. 4. Total active projects by region and sector, August 2017.

FIG. 5. Breakdown of active project market share in Africa.

FIG. 6. Breakdown of active project market share in Asia-Pacific.

FIG. 7. Indian oil demand, 2010–2022.

FIG. 8. Aerial view on the construction of the Nghi Son refinery and petrochemicals complex.

FIG. 9. Total active European projects by region and sector, 2017.

FIG. 10. Breakdown of active project market share in Latin America by country.

FIG. 11. Petrobras’ investment plan, 2017–2021.

FIG. 12. US natural gas exports to Mexico via pipelines.

FIG. 13. Market share analysis of active projects in the Middle East.

FIG. 14. Breakdown of active US downstream projects by PADD, 2015–2017.

FIG. 15. US LNG export projects.

TABLE 1. 2018 worldwide HPI spending, billions $

TABLE 2. 2018 worldwide total spending by budget, billion $

TABLE 3. 2018 worldwide HPI capital spending, billions $

TABLE 4. 2018 worldwide HPI maintenance spending, billions $

TABLE 5. 2018 worldwide HPI operating spending, billions $

TABLE 6. Comparison between 2017 forecasted worldwide spending by budget vs. actual spending

TABLE 7. India’s LNG terminal in operation, and additional LNG import capacity projects.

TABLE 8. Russian LNG projects

TABLE 9. Cost, capacity and completion data on the Mokran Petrochemicals Complex

TABLE 10. Active grassroots ethane cracking projects in the US

TABLE 11. US LNG export capacity online by 2020



REFINING

FIG. 1. Total active refining projects by region vs. new refining project announcements, 2017. FIG. 2. Desulfurization capacity requirements by product and region, 2016–2040.

FIG. 3. African oil demand, 2002–2022.

FIG. 4. Breakdown of active refining project market share in Africa.

FIG. 5. Breakdown of active refining project market share in Asia-Pacific.

FIG. 6. Indian oil demand, 2010–2022.

FIG. 7. OECD Europe oil demand, 2010–2022.

FIG. 8. Cumulative cost impact of EU legislation in 2020.

FIG. 9. Breakdown of active refining project market share in Europe.

FIG. 10. Breakdown of active refining project market share in Latin America.

FIG. 11. US conventional gasoline exports to Mexico, 2004–2016.

FIG. 12. Breakdown of active refining project market share in the Middle East.

FIG. 13. US oil demand, 2014–2022.

FIG. 14. US gross inputs to petroleum refineries, 2017.

TABLE 1. Refining capacity by region, 2010–2016 (MMbpd).

TABLE 2. Long-term demand forecast on oil demand by product, MMbpd.

TABLE 3. Major refining projects in China.

TABLE 4. Vietnam’s refining and petrochemical integrated complex buildout program.

TABLE 5. Grassroots refineries to be built in Iran.

TABLE 6. Major investment projects being made by US refiners.



GAS PROCESSING/LNG

FIG. 1. Global gas supply, 1991–2016.

FIG. 2. Global gas demand, 1991–2016.

FIG. 3. Global primary energy demand by fuel, history and projection, 2005–2035.

FIG. 4. LNG exports and market share by country, 2017.

FIG. 5. LNG regasification and capacity by country, 2017.

FIG. 6. LNG supply over five-year average and in 2016.

FIG. 7. LNG demand over five-year average and in 2016.

FIG. 8. LNG imports and market share by country, 2017.

FIG. 9. North American LNG export projections, 2017–2025.

FIG. 10. LNG supply from select countries and regions, 1990–2035.

FIG. 10. LNG supply from select regions, 1990–2035.

FIG. 11. LNG demand from select regions, 1990–2035.

FIG. 12. Forecast LNG exports and imports in 2035, Bcfd.

FIG. 13. Petronas' PFLNG Satu (PFLNG1) floating LNG project commenced production offshore Malaysia in 2016, making it the first FLNG vessel to become operational.

FIG. 14. Gas consumption per capita, 2016.

FIG. 15. Global LPG production, 2010–2025.

FIG. 16. LPG production by source, 2010–2035.

FIG. 17. Global LPG demand growth, 2010–2025.

FIG. 18. LPG exports by major exporters, 2005–2025.

FIG. 19. Middle East LPG production by country, 2010–2025.

FIG. 20. Pipeline gas and LNG trade flows in 2016, Bcm.

FIG. 21. Global gas production by type, 2010–2040.

FIG. 22. US EIA-assessed shale gas basins around the world, as of September 2015.

FIG. 23. US shale gas production history and projection, 2005–2040.

FIG. 24. US dry gas production by type, 2005–2035.

FIG. 25. US shale gas production by region, 2000–2040.

FIG. 26. US gas consumption by sector, 2010–2040.

FIG. 27. Active US LNG export terminal projects as of 2017.

FIG. 28. Gas supply to Europe by source, 2005–2035.

FIG. 29. Gas supply to China by source, 2005–2035.

FIG. 30. Existing and under-construction import terminals in China as of 2016.

FIG. 31. Projected increase in Chinese LPG import capacity to 2030.

TABLE 1. Top 10 countries with proven natural gas reserves.

TABLE 2. Top 10 countries with technically recoverable shale gas reserves.

TABLE 3. US LNG export projects under construction as of 2017.

TABLE 4. Proposed LNG regasification terminals in Europe.

TABLE 5. Commercial-scale GTL projects in operation around the world.

TABLE 6. Total worldwide gas processing projects.

TABLE 7. New worldwide gas processing projects.

TABLE 8. Estimated 2018 gas processing spending.



PETROCHEMICALS

FIG. 1. Trend analysis on new project announcements vs. new petrochemical projects by region, 2015–2017.

FIG. 2. Total active petrochemical project market share by region.

FIG. 3. Total active petrochemical project market share in Africa.

FIG. 4. Total active petrochemical project market share in Asia-Pacific.

FIG. 5. View of the first Chinese MTO unit built by Wison Engineering, which entered service near Nanjing, China, in 2013.

FIG. 6. Aerial view of the construction of the capital-intensive RAPID project.

FIG. 7. Total active petrochemical project market share comparison breakout between Eastern and Western Europe.

FIG. 8. Total active petrochemical project market share in Latin America.

FIG. 9. Total active petrochemical project market share in the Middle East.

FIG., 10. Saudi Arabia commissioned the $8.5-B Rabigh 2 mega-project in late 2016. The complex provides a variety of high-value-added petrochemical products.

TABLE 1. Integrated refining and petrochemical complex projects in China

TABLE 2. Active grassroots ethane cracking projects in the US.

TABLE 3. Active US methanol projects.



MAINTENANCE AND EQUIPMENT

FIG. 1. Global downstream maintenance expenditures ($ B), 2013–2022.

FIG. 2. Direct and indirect employment increases due to crude exports.

FIG. 3. Causes of large losses by percent.

FIG. 4. Equipment involved in HPI losses, %.

FIG. 5. Market forecast for US industrial valves.

FIG. 6. The number of vessels fitted with scrubbers, by vessel type.

FIG. 7. Global residue in bunker sector, 2014 vs. 2020.

TABLE 1. A training matrix for operator maintenance skills development.

TABLE 2. US valve demand, $ MM.

TABLE 3. Common valve types.

TABLE 4. Pumps used in HPI processes.

TABLE 5. Industrial pump revenues, $ MM.

TABLE 6. Compressor types and applications.


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