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Asia Pacific Refinery Industry Outlook Report (Q3 2014)- Analysis of Markets, Infrastructure, Supply- Demand, Companies and Investments to 2020

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Asia Pacific Refinery Industry Outlook Report (Q3 2014)- Analysis of Markets, Infrastructure, Supply- Demand, Companies and Investments to 2020

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Asia Pacific Refining industry report from OGAnalysis is a complete guide for all companies looking for designing new entry, expansion, M&A, trading, construction and other business development strategies.The report provides complete information on Asia Pacific refining trends, outlook, business prospects, companies, infrastructure and investments. The refinery report provides details of major trends driving the industry to 2020 along with key drivers and issues faced by refiners in the region. Key investment, new entry and expansion opportunities offered in all the existing and emerging refining markets are evaluated in detail. For each of the refining market, details of operational and planned refineries along with the refinery wise primary and secondary capacity (CDU, coking, FCC, Hydrocracking) outlook to 2020 is provided. Further, key companies operating in each of the refining sector and company wise outlook of capacities is provided. In addition, business profiles of 5 major refining companies along with their SWOT analysis are provided. Latest industry developments and their impact on the industry and players are also detailed in the refinery report.

1 Table of Contents 2

1.1 List of Tables 9

1.2 List of Figures 14

2 Executive Summary 15

2.1 Asia Pacific Refining Capacity to Exceed 44 mb/d in 2020 16

2.2 Asia Pacific will be the Global Refinery Industry Driver To 2020 18

2.3 Asia Pacific Refining Capacity Outlook, mb/d, 2005-2020 19

2.4 Economic Growth and Transportation/ Power Sectors to Drive Petroleum Products Demand To 2020 19

2.5 Primary Energy Consumption Forecast by Country, 2000- 2020 20

2.6 GDP Forecast by Country, 2000- 2020 21

2.7 Population Forecast by Country, 2000- 2025 22

3 Asia Pacific Refining Industry Business Opportunities to 2020 23

3.1 Planned Greenfield Refinery Projects in Asia Pacific, 2014- 2020 24

3.2 Planned Refinery Expansion and Upgrade Projects, 2014-2020 27

4 Asia Pacific Refining Industry Outlook to 2020 29

4.1 Asia Pacific Country wise Refining Capacity Outlook, 2005- 2020 29

4.2 Asia Pacific Country wise Coking Capacity Outlook, 2005- 2020 30

4.3 Asia Pacific Country wise Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity Outlook, 2005- 2020 31

4.4 Asia Pacific Country wise Hydrocracking Capacity Outlook, 2005- 2020 32

5 Australia Refining Industry Analysis and Outlook 33

5.1 Australia Refinery Industry Snapshot 33

5.2 Australia Refinery Infrastructure 34

5.2.1 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 34

5.3 Australia Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 35

5.3.1 Australia Refining Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 35

5.3.2 Australia Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 36

5.3.3 Australia Hydrocracking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 36

5.4 Australia Refinery Competitive Landscape 37

5.4.1 Australia Refinery Market Structure 37

6 Brunei Refining Industry Analysis and Outlook 38

6.1 Brunei Refinery Industry Snapshot 38

6.2 Brunei Refinery Infrastructure 39

6.2.1 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 39

6.3 Brunei Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 39

6.3.1 Brunei Refining, Coking, Fluid Catalytic Cracking, Hydrocracking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 39

6.4 Brunei Refinery Competitive Landscape 40

6.4.1 Brunei Refinery Market Structure 40

7 China Refining Industry Analysis and Outlook 41

7.1 China Refinery Industry Snapshot 41

7.2 China Refinery Infrastructure 42

7.2.1 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 42

7.3 China Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 46

7.3.1 China Refining, Coking, Fluid Catalytic Cracking, Hydrocracking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 46

7.3.2 China Coking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 50

7.3.3 China Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 52

7.3.4 China Hydrocracking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 55

7.4 China Refinery Competitive Landscape 57

7.4.1 China Refinery Market Structure 57

8 India Refining Industry Analysis and Outlook 58

8.1 India Refinery Industry Snapshot 58

8.2 India Refinery Infrastructure 59

8.2.1 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 59

8.3 India Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 61

8.3.1 India Refining, Coking, Fluid Catalytic Cracking, Hydrocracking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 61

8.3.2 India Coking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 63

8.3.3 India Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 64

8.3.4 India Hydrocracking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 65

8.4 India Refinery Competitive Landscape 66

8.4.1 India Refinery Market Structure 66

9 Indonesia Refining Industry Analysis and Outlook 67

9.1 Indonesia Refinery Industry Snapshot 67

9.2 Indonesia Refinery Infrastructure 68

9.2.1 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 68

9.3 Indonesia Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 69

9.3.1 Indonesia Refining Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 69

9.3.2 Indonesia Coking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 70

9.3.3 Indonesia Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 70

9.3.4 Indonesia Hydrocracking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 70

9.4 Indonesia Refinery Competitive Landscape 71

9.4.1 Indonesia Refinery Market Structure 71

10 Japan Refining Industry Analysis and Outlook 72

10.1 Japan Refinery Industry Snapshot 72

10.2 Japan Refinery Infrastructure 73

10.2.1 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 73

10.3 Japan Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 75

10.3.1 Japan Refining Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 75

10.3.2 Japan Coking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 78

10.3.3 Japan Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 79

10.3.4 Japan Hydrocracking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 81

10.4 Japan Refinery Competitive Landscape 82

10.4.1 Japan Refinery Market Structure 82

11 Malaysia Refining Industry Analysis and Outlook 83

11.1 Malaysia Refinery Industry Snapshot 83

11.2 Malaysia Refinery Infrastructure 84

11.2.1 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 84

11.3 Malaysia Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 86

11.3.1 Malaysia Refining, Coking, Fluid Catalytic Cracking, Hydrocracking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 86

11.3.2 Malaysia Coking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 87

11.3.3 Malaysia Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 87

11.3.4 Malaysia Hydrocracking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 87

11.4 Malaysia Refinery Competitive Landscape 88

11.4.1 Malaysia Refinery Market Structure 8812 Myanmar Refining Industry Analysis and Outlook 89

12.1 Myanmar Refinery Industry Snapshot 89

12.2 Myanmar Refinery Infrastructure 90

12.2.1 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 90

12.3 Myanmar Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 91

12.3.1 Myanmar Refining Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 91

12.3.2 Myanmar Coking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 91

12.4 Myanmar Refinery Competitive Landscape 92

12.4.1 Myanmar Refinery Market Structure 92

13 New Zealand Refining Industry Analysis and Outlook 93

13.1 New Zealand Refinery Industry Snapshot 93

13.2 New Zealand Refinery Infrastructure 93

13.2.1 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 93

13.3 New Zealand Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 94

13.3.1 New Zealand Refining Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 94

13.3.2 New Zealand Hydrocracking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 94

13.4 New Zealand Refinery Competitive Landscape 95

13.4.1 New Zealand Refinery Market Structure 95

14 Pakistan Refining Industry Analysis and Outlook 96

14.1 Pakistan Refinery Industry Snapshot 96

14.2 Pakistan Refinery Infrastructure 97

14.2.1 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 97

14.3 Pakistan Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 98

14.3.1 Pakistan Refining Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 98

14.3.2 Pakistan Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 99

14.3.3 Pakistan Hydrocracking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 99

14.4 Pakistan Refinery Competitive Landscape 100

14.4.1 Pakistan Refinery Market Structure 100

15 Papua New Guinea Refining Industry Analysis and Outlook 101

15.1 Papua New Guinea Refinery Industry Snapshot 101

15.2 Papua New Guinea Refinery Infrastructure 101

15.2.1 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 101

15.3 Papua New Guinea Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 102

15.3.1 Papua New Guinea Refining Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 102

15.4 Papua New Guinea Refinery Competitive Landscape 102

15.4.1 Papua New Guinea Refinery Market Structure 102

16 Philippines Refining Industry Analysis and Outlook 103

16.1 Philippines Refinery Industry Snapshot 103

16.2 Philippines Refinery Infrastructure 104

16.2.1 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 104

16.3 Philippines Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 104

16.3.1 Philippines Refining Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 104

16.3.2 Philippines Coking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 104

16.3.3 Philippines Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 105

16.3.4 Philippines Hydrocracking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 105

16.4 Philippines Refinery Competitive Landscape 106

16.4.1 Philippines Refinery Market Structure 106

17 Singapore Refining Industry Analysis and Outlook 107

17.1 Singapore Refinery Industry Snapshot 107

17.2 Singapore Refinery Infrastructure 108

17.2.1 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 108

17.3 Singapore Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 108

17.3.1 Singapore Refining Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 108

17.3.2 Singapore Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 109

17.3.3 Singapore Hydrocracking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 109

17.4 Singapore Refinery Competitive Landscape 110

17.4.1 Singapore Refinery Market Structure 110

18 South Korea Refining Industry Analysis and Outlook 111

18.1 South Korea Refinery Industry Snapshot 111

18.2 South Korea Refinery Infrastructure 112

18.2.1 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 112

18.3 South Korea Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 113

18.3.1 South Korea Refining Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 113

18.3.2 South Korea Coking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 113

18.3.3 South Korea Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 114

18.3.4 South Korea Hydrocracking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 114

18.4 South Korea Refinery Competitive Landscape 116

18.4.1 South Korea Refinery Market Structure 116

19 Thailand Refining Industry Analysis and Outlook 117

19.1 Thailand Refinery Industry Snapshot 117

19.2 Thailand Refinery Infrastructure 118

19.2.1 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 118

19.3 Thailand Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 119

19.3.1 Thailand Refining Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 119

19.3.2 Thailand Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 120

19.3.3 Thailand Hydrocracking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 120

19.4 Thailand Refinery Competitive Landscape 121

19.4.1 Thailand Refinery Market Structure 121

20 Taiwan Refining Industry Analysis and Outlook 122

20.1 Taiwan Refinery Industry Snapshot 122

20.2 Taiwan Refinery Infrastructure 123

20.2.1 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 123

20.3 Taiwan Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 123

20.3.1 Taiwan Refining Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 123

20.3.2 Taiwan Coking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 124

20.3.3 Taiwan Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 124

20.4 Taiwan Refinery Competitive Landscape 125

20.4.1 Taiwan Refinery Market Structure 125

21 Vietnam Refining Industry Analysis and Outlook 126

21.1 Vietnam Refinery Industry Snapshot 126

21.2 Vietnam Refinery Infrastructure 127

21.2.1 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 127

21.3 Vietnam Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 128

21.3.1 Vietnam Refining Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 128

21.4 Vietnam Refinery Competitive Landscape 129

21.4.1 Vietnam Refinery Market Structure 129

22 Latest Developments in Asia Pacific Oil and Gas Markets 130

22.1 Petrofac Awarded Refinery EPCC Contract in Malaysia- August 2014 130

22.2 IOC to invest Rs 1,500 crores in Gujarat Refinery - August 2014 131

22.3 BPCL plans to invest Rs 16k crores for expansion of Assam refinery -August 2014 131

22.4 IOC to likely invest Rs 8,700 crores in Mathura refinery expansion project- August 2014 133

22.5 Thai Oil Keens Refinery Upgrade in Indonesia and Myanmar- August 2014 133

22.6 CNPC in Talks to Buy Total's Stake in Dalian Oil-Refinery - July 2014 134

22.7 Japan refiner Nansei halts oil refining operations due to an approaching typhoon - July 2014 135

22.8 Militants attack Iraq's largest oil refinery in Baiji- June 2014 135

22.9 South Korea's oil imports from Iran decreased to 44% in May- June 2014 137

22.10 Foster Wheeler awarded refinery contract in Kazakhstan-May 2014 138

22.11 BP announces the closure of Brisbane Refinery-April 2014 138

22.12 S-Oil to spend $7.5 bln to develop South Korea's refining and petrochemical units- March 2014 140

22.13 Shell strikes $2.9 billion deal to sell Geelong refinery and 870 petrol stations- February 2014 141

23 Analysis of CNPC Oil and Gas Operations 143

23.1 Key Information 14323.2 Global Locations 144

23.3 Business Operations 145

23.4 SWOT Analysis 148

23.5 Contact Information 150

23.6 Financial Analysis 150

24 Analysis of Royal Dutch Shell Plc Oil and Gas Operations 151

24.1 Key Information 151

24.2 Oil and Gas Operations 152

24.3 SWOT Analysis 156

24.4 Contact Information 159

24.5 Key Financial Information 160

25 Analysis of PT Pertamina Oil and Gas Operations 161

25.1 Overview 161

25.2 Key Subsidiaries 162

25.3 Business Operations 163

25.4 SWOT Analysis 165

25.5 Contact Information 167

25.6 Key Financial Analysis 168

26 Analysis of Sinopec Oil and Gas Operations 169

26.1 Key Information 169

26.2 Global Locations 170

26.3 Business Operations 171

26.4 SWOT Analysis 175

26.5 Contact Information 177

26.6 Financial Analysis 178

27 Appendix 179

27.1 About Us 179

27.2 Abbreviations 179

27.3 Sources and Methodology 179

27.4 Contact Information 180

27.5 Disclaimer 180

List Of Tables

Table 1: Asia Pacific Refining Capacity Forecast, mb/d, 2005- 2020 16

Table 2: Asia Pacific- Primary Energy Consumption Forecast by Country, mtoe, 2000-2020 20

Table 3: Asia Pacific- GDP Forecast by Country, Billion USD, 2000-2020 21

Table 4: Asia Pacific- Population Forecast by Country, millions, 2000-2025 22

Table 5: Asia Pacific- Planned Refineries –Country, Start Up, Capacity, Company Information, 2020 (I) 24

Table 6: Asia Pacific- Planned Refineries –Country, Start Up, Capacity, Company Information, 2020 (II) 25

Table 7: Asia Pacific- Planned Refineries –Country, Start Up, Capacity, Company Information, 2020 (III) 26

Table 8: Asia Pacific- Refinery Expansion Details, 2014-2020 (I) 27

Table 9: Asia Pacific- Refinery Expansion Details, 2014-2020 (II) 28

Table 10: Asia Pacific Refining Capacity Outlook by Country, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (I) 29

Table 11: Asia Pacific Refining Capacity Outlook by Country, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (II) 30

Table 12: Asia Pacific Coking Capacity Outlook by Country, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 30

Table 13: Asia Pacific Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity Outlook by Country, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 31

Table 14: Asia Pacific Hydrocracking Capacity Outlook by Country, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 32

Table 15: Australia Refinery Operations Overview, 2014 33

Table 16: Australia Existing Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 34

Table 17: Australia CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 35

Table 18: Australia Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 36

Table 19: Australia Hydrocracking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, 2005- 2020 36

Table 20: Brunei Refinery Operations Overview, 2014 38

Table 21: Brunei Darussalam Existing Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 39

Table 22: Brunei Darussalam CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 39

Table 23: China Refinery Operations Overview, 2014 41

Table 24: China Existing Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (I) 42

Table 25: China Existing Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (II) 43

Table 26: China Existing Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (III) 44

Table 27: China Planned Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2014- 2020 45

Table 28: China CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (I) 46

Table 29: China CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (II) 47

Table 30: China CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (III) 48

Table 31: China CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (IV) 49

Table 32: China Coking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (I) 50

Table 33: China Coking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (II) 51

Table 34: China Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (I) 52

Table 35: China Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (II) 53

Table 36: China Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (III) 54

Table 37: China Hydrocracking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (I) 55

Table 38: China Hydrocracking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (II) 56

Table 39: India Refinery Operations Overview, 2014 58

Table 40: India Existing Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 59

Table 41: India Planned Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2014- 2020 60

Table 42: India CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (I) 61

Table 43: India CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (II) 62

Table 44: India Coking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 63

Table 45: India Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (I) 64

Table 46: India Hydrocracking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 65

Table 47: Indonesia Refinery Operations Overview, 2014 67

Table 48: Indonesia Existing Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 68

Table 49: Indonesia Planned Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2014- 2020 68

Table 50: Indonesia CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 69

Table 51: Indonesia Coking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 70

Table 52: Indonesia Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 70

Table 53: Indonesia Hydrocracking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 71

Table 54: Japan Refinery Operations Overview, 2014 72

Table 55: Japan Existing Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (I) 73

Table 56: Japan Existing Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (II) 74

Table 57: Japan CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (I) 75

Table 58: Japan CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (II) 76

Table 59: Japan CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (III) 77

Table 60: Japan Coking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 78

Table 61: Japan Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (I) 79

Table 62: Japan Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (II) 80

Table 63: Japan Hydrocracking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 81

Table 64: Malaysia Refinery Operations Overview, 2014 83

Table 65: Malaysia Existing Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 84

Table 66: Malaysia Planned Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2014- 2020 85

Table 67: Malaysia CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 86

Table 68: Malaysia Coking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 87

Table 69: Malaysia Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 87

Table 70: Malaysia Hydrocracking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 87

Table 71: Myanmar Refinery Operations Overview, 2014 89

Table 72: Myanmar Existing Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 90

Table 73: Myanmar Planned Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2014- 2020 90

Table 74: Myanmar CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 91

Table 75: Myanmar Coking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 91

Table 76: New Zealand Refinery Operations Overview, 2014 93

Table 77: New Zealand Existing Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 93

Table 78: New Zealand CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 94

Table 79: New Zealand Hydrocracking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 94

Table 80: Pakistan Refinery Operations Overview, 2014 96

Table 81: Pakistan Existing Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 97

Table 82: Pakistan Planned Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2014- 2020 97

Table 83: Pakistan CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 98

Table 84: Pakistan Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 99

Table 85: Pakistan Hydrocracking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 99

Table 86: Papua New Guinea Refinery Operations Overview, 2014 101

Table 87: Papua-New Guinea Existing Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 101

Table 88: Papua New Guinea CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 102

Table 89: Philippines Refinery Operations Overview, 2014 103

Table 90: Philippines Existing Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 104

Table 91: Philippines CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 104

Table 92: Philippines Coking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 104

Table 93: Philippines Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 105

Table 94: Philippines Hydrocracking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 105

Table 95: Singapore Refinery Operations Overview, 2014 107

Table 96: Singapore Existing Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 108

Table 97: Singapore CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 108

Table 98: Singapore Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 109

Table 99: Singapore Hydrocracking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 109

Table 100: South Korea Refinery Operations Overview, 2014 111

Table 101: South Korea Existing Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 112

Table 102: South Korea Planned Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2014- 2020 112

Table 103: South Korea CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 113

Table 104: South Korea Coking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 113

Table 105: South Korea Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, 2005- 2020 114

Table 106: South Korea Hydrocracking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 115

Table 107: Thailand Refinery Operations Overview, 2014 117

Table 108: Thailand Existing Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 118

Table 109: Thailand Planned Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2014- 2020 118

Table 110: Thailand CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 119

Table 111: Thailand Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 120

Table 112: Thailand Hydrocracking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 120

Table 113: Taiwan Refinery Operations Overview, 2014 122

Table 114: Taiwan Existing Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 123

Table 115: Taiwan CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 123

Table 116: Taiwan Coking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 124

Table 117: Taiwan Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 124Table 118: Vietnam Refinery Operations Overview, 2014 126

Table 119: Vietnam Existing Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 127

Table 120: Vietnam Planned Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2014- 2020 127

Table 121: Vietnam CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 128

Table 122: China National Petroleum Corporation- Top Level Information 143

Table 123: CNPC- Financial Highlights, million RMB Yuan, 2009-2013 150

Table 124: Royal Dutch Shell Plc - Top Level Information 152

Table 125: Royal Dutch Shell Plc- Financial Snapshot, 2006-2013 160

Table 126: Pertamina- Top Level Information 161

Table 127: PT Pertamina- Financial Snapshot, 2008-2013 168

Table 128: Sinopec Corporation- Top Level Information 170

Table 129: Sinopec Corporation- Financial Highlights, RMB millions, 20011-2013 178

List Of Figures

Figure 1: Asia Pacific Refining Capacity Additions by Country, mb/d, 2005- 2020 17

Figure 2: Asia Pacific Contribution to Global Incremental Refining Capacity Growth to 2020 18

Figure 3: Asia Pacific -Refining Capacity Outlook, mb/d, 2005-2020 19

Figure 4: Australia Refining Industry Market Structure, 2013 37

Figure 5: Brunei Darussalam Refining Industry Market Structure, 2013 40

Figure 6: China Refining Industry Market Structure, 2013 57

Figure 7: India Refining Industry Market Structure, 2013 66

Figure 8: Indonesia Refining Industry Market Structure, 2013 71

Figure 9: Japan Refining Industry Market Structure, 2013 82

Figure 10: Malaysia Refining Industry Market Structure, 2013 88

Figure 11: Myanmar Refining Industry Market Structure, 2013 92

Figure 12: New Zealand Refining Industry Market Structure, 2013 95

Figure 13: Pakistan Refining Industry Market Structure, 2013 100

Figure 14: Papua New Guinea Refining Industry Market Structure, 2020 102

Figure 15: Philippines Refining Industry Market Structure, 2013 106

Figure 16: Singapore Refining Industry Market Structure, 2013 110

Figure 17: South Korea Refining Industry Market Structure, 2013 116

Figure 18: Thailand Refining Industry Market Structure, 2013 121

Figure 19: Taiwan Refining Industry Market Structure, 2013 125

Figure 20: Vietnam Refining Industry Market Structure, 2013 129

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SYS-CON Events announced today Isomorphic Software, the global leader in high-end, web-based business applications, will exhibit at SYS-CON's DevOps Summit 2015 New York, which will take place on June 9-11, 2015, at the Javits Center in New York City, NY. Isomorphic Software is the global leader in high-end, web-based business applications. We develop, market, and support the SmartClient & Smart GWT HTML5/Ajax platform, combining the productivity and performance of traditional desktop software ...
“In the past year we've seen a lot of stabilization of WebRTC. You can now use it in production with a far greater degree of certainty. A lot of the real developments in the past year have been in things like the data channel, which will enable a whole new type of application," explained Peter Dunkley, Technical Director at Acision, in this SYS-CON.tv interview at @ThingsExpo, held Nov 4–6, 2014, at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA.
The BPM world is going through some evolution or changes where traditional business process management solutions really have nowhere to go in terms of development of the road map. In this demo at 15th Cloud Expo, Kyle Hansen, Director of Professional Services at AgilePoint, shows AgilePoint’s unique approach to dealing with this market circumstance by developing a rapid application composition or development framework.
The major cloud platforms defy a simple, side-by-side analysis. Each of the major IaaS public-cloud platforms offers their own unique strengths and functionality. Options for on-site private cloud are diverse as well, and must be designed and deployed while taking existing legacy architecture and infrastructure into account. Then the reality is that most enterprises are embarking on a hybrid cloud strategy and programs. In this Power Panel at 15th Cloud Expo (http://www.CloudComputingExpo.com...
"BSQUARE is in the business of selling software solutions for smart connected devices. It's obvious that IoT has moved from being a technology to being a fundamental part of business, and in the last 18 months people have said let's figure out how to do it and let's put some focus on it, " explained Dave Wagstaff, VP & Chief Architect, at BSQUARE Corporation, in this SYS-CON.tv interview at @ThingsExpo, held Nov 4-6, 2014, at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA.
SYS-CON Media announced today that Aruna Ravichandran, VP of Marketing, Application Performance Management and DevOps at CA Technologies, has joined DevOps Journal’s authors. DevOps Journal is focused on this critical enterprise IT topic in the world of cloud computing. DevOps Journal brings valuable information to DevOps professionals who are transforming the way enterprise IT is done. Aruna's inaugural article "Four Essential Cultural Hacks for DevOps Newbies" discusses how to demonstrate the...
The move in recent years to cloud computing services and architectures has added significant pace to the application development and deployment environment. When enterprise IT can spin up large computing instances in just minutes, developers can also design and deploy in small time frames that were unimaginable a few years ago. The consequent move toward lean, agile, and fast development leads to the need for the development and operations sides to work very closely together. Thus, DevOps become...
"Our premise is Docker is not enough. That's not a bad thing - we actually love Docker. At ActiveState all our products are based on open source technology and Docker is an up-and-coming piece of open source technology," explained Bart Copeland, President & CEO of ActiveState Software, in this SYS-CON.tv interview at DevOps Summit at Cloud Expo®, held Nov 4-6, 2014, at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA.
Verizon Enterprise Solutions is simplifying the cloud-purchasing experience for its clients, with the launch of Verizon Cloud Marketplace, a key foundational component of the company's robust ecosystem of enterprise-class technologies. The online storefront will initially feature pre-built cloud-based services from AppDynamics, Hitachi Data Systems, Juniper Networks, PfSense and Tervela. Available globally to enterprises using Verizon Cloud, Verizon Cloud Marketplace provides a one-stop shop fo...
SYS-CON Events announced today that Windstream, a leading provider of advanced network and cloud communications, has been named “Silver Sponsor” of SYS-CON's 16th International Cloud Expo®, which will take place on June 9–11, 2015, at the Javits Center in New York, NY. Windstream (Nasdaq: WIN), a FORTUNE 500 and S&P 500 company, is a leading provider of advanced network communications, including cloud computing and managed services, to businesses nationwide. The company also offers broadband, p...
The Internet of Things is not new. Historically, smart businesses have used its basic concept of leveraging data to drive better decision making and have capitalized on those insights to realize additional revenue opportunities. So, what has changed to make the Internet of Things one of the hottest topics in tech? In his session at @ThingsExpo, Chris Gray, Director, Embedded and Internet of Things, discussed the underlying factors that are driving the economics of intelligent systems. Discover ...

ARMONK, N.Y., Nov. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --  IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced that it is bringing a greater level of control, security and flexibility to cloud-based application development and delivery with a single-tenant version of Bluemix, IBM's