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Building Asia's refinery capacity: the onus shifts to India and Southeastern Asia

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30 June 2016

Building Asia's refinery capacity: the onus shifts to India and Southeastern Asia

Report summary

Asia future refining capacity – who would build, where is it likely to be built, at what rate and what type of configurations. Strong demand growth and the need to make up for the shortfall created by prior under-investment increase the pressure on India and Southeastern Asia to speed up investments in refining.  

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This report includes 4 images and tables including:

  • Oil demand growth by region, kb/d a year
  • Gasoline to diesel demand ratio
  • Refinery capacity additions, kb/d a year
  • Building Asia's refinery capacity: the onus shifts to India and Southeastern Asia: Image 4

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