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Indonesia downstream oil long-term outlook 2014

Indonesia downstream oil long-term outlook 2014

Report summary

Prior to 2005, Indonesia's downstream sector was fully regulated and controlled by the government. Pertamina was the sole player in the downstream sectors including refining, transportation, storage and retail. In 2005, the government opened up the retail and distribution sectors and also deregulated the fuel prices. With this move, Pertamina lost its monopoly in the retail business with the subsequent entry of international players such as Shell, PETRONAS and Total .

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The long-term outlook for the fuels marketing sector is influenced by many factors: oil product demand, the market structure, key companies and downstream infrastructure developments to name a few.

This long-term outlook report provides a country update of demand trends and an assessment of the key players and assets serving the market.

The report is based on in-depth research about oil product demand, individual market participants and assets and helps downstream operators, traders and financial institutions determine product trading strategies, optimise their assets and identify attractive investment opportunities.

With over 20 years of experience in the refining industry, Wood Mackenzie is a trusted global leader with a reputation for producing consistently reliable information. Our senior analysts are based in the markets they analyse. They use detailed research data to forecast, benchmark and recognise trends that will help both new and existing participants identify opportunities and avoid risks.

  • Executive summary
    • Market drivers
    • Outlook
  • Economic outlook
  • Demand
    • Total demand
  • Policy and regulation
    • Regulatory issues
    • Fuel Subsidy
    • Financial burden of subsidies
    • Impact of subsidies on oil demand
      • Indonesia gasoline and diesel demand by sector and retail prices
  • Trade
  • Key companies
    • Structure of the oil products market
    • Company positions in Indonesia
  • Market structure
    • Fuels retailing
      • Retail volumes
      • Subsidised and unsubsidised volumes
      • Overall network development
        • Retail outlets by province and Trading Zones (2012)
      • Network efficiency
      • Performance pacesetters in the retail market
    • Commercial fuels
      • Motor fuels (gasoline and diesel), Industrial/domestic gas oil
      • Jet/kerosene
      • LPG
      • Heavy Fuel Oil and Marine bunkers
      • Lubricants
  • Margins
    • Marketing gross fuel margins
      • Subsidised fuel monthly gross margins 2005-2013
  • Infrastructure
    • Distribution of oil products
    • Oil product storage infrastructure
      • Independent petroleum product storage
    • Country crude slate overview
    • Refining overview

In this report there are 62 tables or charts, including:

  • Executive summary
  • Economic outlook
    • Economic Indicators
  • Demand
    • Demand: Table 1
    • Demand: Image 1
    • Annual demand change
    • Demand by product
    • Demand by sector
    • LPG demand by sector
    • Petrochemical feedstock demand by product
    • Car parc by fuel type
    • Jet/other kerosene demand by sector
    • Diesel/gasoil demand by sector
    • Fuel oil demand by sector
    • Demand: Table 2
  • Policy and regulation
    • Policy and regulation: Table 1
    • Indonesia fuel subsidies
    • Policy and regulation: Image 2
    • Steps taken to reduce subsidy since 2005
    • Impact of price deregulation on Gasoline demand
    • Policy and regulation: Image 4
    • 2008 Biodiesel mandate (Effective Sep 2008)
    • Policy and regulation: Table 4
  • Trade
    • Net Trade Summary
  • Key companies
    • Estimated all products market shares 2012
    • Unsubsidised fuels market shares 2012
    • Key companies: Table 1
  • Market structure
    • Retail fuel volumes
    • Gasoline volumes
    • Market share for unsubsidised gasoline volumes
    • Diesel volumes
    • Market share for unsubsidised diesel volumes
    • Regional distribution areas in Indonesia – 4 Trading Zones (WDNs) & 14 Commercial Distribution Areas (CDAs)
    • Network size and structure
    • Market structure: Image 7
    • Market structure: Table 2
    • Market structure: Table 3
    • Market structure: Image 8
    • Market structure: Image 9
    • Market structure: Image 10
    • Network effectiveness ratio: By Players
    • Diesel/gasoil commercial and retail volumes
    • Jet/kerosene demand
    • LPG demand by tank sizes
    • LPG domestic price by tank sizes
    • Fuel oil volumes by sector
  • Margins
    • Key issues influencing gross fuel margins
    • Margins: Image 1
    • Margins: Image 2
    • Margins: Image 3
  • Infrastructure
    • Western Indonesia: Sumatra Region
    • Central Indonesia: Java Region
    • Eastern Indonesia: Sulawesi Region
    • Infrastructure: Image 4
    • Major Oil Product Pipelines
    • Infrastructure: Image 5
    • Infrastructure: Table 2
    • Infrastructure: Image 6
    • Crude input slate by source
    • Infrastructure: Image 8
    • Refineries by type
    • Refinery capacity by type
    • Infrastructure: Image 11
    • Country refinery summary
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