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Downstream oil in brief: IOCs expand retail networks in emerging markets

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23 August 2021

Downstream oil in brief: IOCs expand retail networks in emerging markets

Report summary

As demand for road transport fuels has already peaked in many European markets, oil majors are increasingly looking to extract revenue elsewhere. As well as diversifying their non-fuel offerings at forecourts and expanding into alternative fuels, some fuel retailers are increasingly looking to expand their retail fuel business outside of Europe. The European oil majors have been committing to expand their positions in several growth markets, a number of which have seen their downstream markets liberalise in recent years which has opened them up to foreign investment.

Table of contents

  • Market deregulation and a strong outlook for road fuel demand drives investment
  • Access to supply infrastructure and fuel price regulation can be a challenge for investors in emerging markets
  • Conclusion

Tables and charts

This report includes 9 images and tables including:

  • Main products: monthly unit gross margins
  • Italy gasoline gross retail margins
  • Italy diesel gross retail margins
  • Spain gasoline gross retail margins
  • Spain diesel gross retail margins
  • NWE refining margins
  • NWE gasoline/gas oil crack spreads
  • MED refining margins
  • MED gasoline/gas oil crack spreads

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