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Upstream mega-projects: implications for crude trade and refining

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By 2025 Brazil's pre salt and Norway's Johan Sverdrup will add 3.8 million b/d of supply from the Atlantic basin. Most of this crude will be of similar quality: relatively heavy and sweet averaging 28 API. This will increase supply available to more complex refineries and cause more to be routed to Asia.

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  • Expected trade flows of mega-project crude by 2025
  • Brazil liquids production
  • North Sea liquids production
  • Mega-project oil reserves (billions of barrels) by crude quality
  • Atlantic basin* heavy crude production (<29° API)
  • Incremental supply from Atlantic basin by API band
  • Brazilian production versus refining throughput

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