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Due for an oil change: South Africa's downstream oil sector

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South Africa the largest economy on the African continent has a growing demand for oil that has outgrown its capacity to adequately supply its own needs. As the fuel deficit grows there will be more reliance on imports in order to satisfy domestic demand a trend which is increasingly detrimental to national fuel supply security. Oil demand growth is supporting an expanding network of retail service stations mostly under the brands of the oil majors all of which also have a refining...

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This report includes 20 images and tables including:

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  • GDP and GDP per capita
  • Car ownership
  • Total road transport fuel demand
  • Retail fuel volumes
  • Due for an oil change: South Africa's downstream oil sector: Image 6
  • Petrol trade balance
  • Gasoil/diesel trade balance
  • Service stations and average throughputs
  • 2012 service station brands
  • 2012 retail market shares
  • 2012 market effectiveness ratio
  • Fuel price structure - July 2013
  • Historic fuel prices
  • Petrol Price versus Med/Singapore Gasoline Quotes
  • Petrol Price versus US Dollar / Rand Exchange Rate
  • Refining and retailing capacity positions
  • Fuel brands and non-fuel partners
  • Due for an oil change: South Africa's downstream oil sector: Image 20
  • Typical retail net margin break-down

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  • Crude oil refineries

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