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Global Capacity and Capital Expenditure Outlook for Liquids Storage - Asia to Underpin Global Storage Capacity Growth

Global Capacity and Capital Expenditure Outlook for Liquids Storage - Asia to Underpin Global Storage Capacity Growth

Summary

Global liquids storage capacity is expected to grow by 5.5% during 2017-2021, from 5,517 million barrels (mmbbl) in 2017 to 5,819 mmbbl in 2021. Among regions, Asia, the Middle East, and North America lead globally with most planned liquids storage capacity additions of 170 mmbbl, 80 mmbbl, and 57 mmbbl, respectively, by 2021.

In Asia, China has the most planned liquids storage capacity additions and capital expenditure (capex) spending by 2021. The country is expected to add a storage capacity of 71 mmbbl, and spend US$4.6 Billion as capex by 2021. In the Middle East, Oman has the most planned additional storage capacity with 32 mmbbl by 2021. More than half of the region’s capex to develop planned storage facilities is in Iran (US$1.6 Billion) and the United Arab Emirates (US$1.2 Billion) over the next four years.

In terms of capex, China Petrochemical Corp leads globally among the companies. The company is expected to spend US$2.1 Billion, followed by China Huaxin Energy Ltd and Korea National Oil Corporation, both with US$1.6 Billion. Hainan III in China has the highest capex spending globally among the planned storage terminals during 2017-2021. Hainan III has capex of US$1,287 million, followed by Jask in Iran and Ulsan XIII in South Korea with US$1,044 million and US$750 million, respectively.

The Ras Markaz Crude Oil Park and Lawe-Lawe CCT lead globally among terminals in terms of planned storage capacity additions. Each of the terminals has a planned storage capacity of 25 mmbbl. Ras Markaz Crude Oil Park is located in Oman and is expected to start operations in 2017, while Lawe-Lawe CCT is in Indonesia and could start operations in 2021. Among companies, Brightoil Petroleum (Holdings) Limited has the most oil storage capacity globally with 32 mmbbl, followed by Oman Oil Company SAOC (31 mmbbl) and China Petrochemical Corp (29 mmbbl).

A 5.5% growth is expected in the global liquids storage capacity during 2017-2021 outlook period. Asia drives the growth over the next four years, followed by the Middle East. In Asia, China leads the region both in terms of capacity growth and capital spending. Indonesia, the US and Oman are the other major countries to witness considerable growth in capacity and capital spending.

The report Global Capacity and Capital Expenditure Outlook for Liquids Storage - Asia to Underpin Global Storage Capacity Growth, provides Historical liquids storage capacity data by major regions globally from 2011 to 2016, forecasts up to 2021. Additionally, this report provides region wise planned capacity additions and capital expenditure of new liquids storage projects by key countries and companies and details of major planned and stalled liquids storage projects globally up to 2021.

Companies mentioned in this reports: Brightoil Petroleum (Holdings) Limited, Oman Oil Company SAOC, China Petrochemical Corp, PT Pertamina (Persero), National Iranian Oil Company, Ukrtransnafta, China Huaxin Energy Ltd, Hazelwood Energy Hub, Korea National Oil Corporation, Saudi Arabian Oil Company.

Scope

  • Historical liquids storage capacity data by major regions globally from 2011 to 2016, forecasts up to 2021
  • Annual breakdown of capital expenditure on proposed liquids storage projects for the period 2017 to 2021
  • Planned liquids storage capacity additions and capital expenditure by key countries and companies globally
  • Region wise planned capacity additions and capital expenditure of new liquids storage projects by key countries and companies
  • Details of major planned and stalled liquids storage projects globally up to 2021
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  • Global Liquids Storage Industry
    • Key Highlights
    • New Project Announcements
    • Major Canceled Projects
    • Major Stalled Projects
      • Table Figure 1: Global Map of Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Sites
      • Table Count of Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Sites by Region during 2017-2021
    • Global Liquids Storage Capacity and Capex Outlook
      • Table Figure 2: Total Liquids Storage Capacity by Region (mmbbl)
      • Table Total Liquids Storage Capacity by Region (mmbbl)
      • Table Figure 3: Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Capacity Additions by Key Countries during 2017-2021 (mmbbl)
      • Table Figure 4: Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Capacity Additions by Key Companies during 2017-2021 (mmbbl)
      • Table Figure 5: Total Capex Spending on Planned Liquids Storage Sites by Region (US$ mil)
      • Table Total Capex Spending on Planned Liquids Storage Sites by Region (US$ mil)
      • Table Figure 6: Total Capex Spending on Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Sites by Key Countries during 2017-2021 (US$ mil)
      • Table Figure 7: Total Capex Spending on Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Sites by Key Companies during 2017-2021 (US$ mil)
    • Regional Capacity Additions and Capex Outlook
      • Table Figure 8: Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Capacity in Africa by Key Countries (mmbbl)
      • Table Figure 9: Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Capacity in Africa by Key Companies (mbbl)
      • Table Figure 10: Capex Spending on Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Sites in Africa by Key Countries (US$ mil)
      • Table Figure 11: Capex Spending on Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Sites in Africa by Key Companies (US$ mil)
      • Table Figure 12: Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Capacity in Asia by Key Countries (mmbbl)
      • Table Figure 13: Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Capacity in Asia by Key Companies (mmbbl)
      • Table Figure 14: Capex Spending on Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Sites in Asia by Key Countries (US$ mil)
      • Table Figure 15: Capex Spending on Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Sites in Asia by Key Companies (US$ mil)
      • Table Figure 16: Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Capacity in Caribbean by Key Countries (mbbl)
      • Table Figure 17: Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Capacity in Caribbean by Company (mbbl)
      • Table Figure 18: Capex Spending on Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Sites in Caribbean by Country (US$ mil)
      • Table Figure 19: Capex Spending on Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Sites in Caribbean by Company (US$ mil)
      • Table Figure 20: Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Capacity in Central America by Country (mmbbl)
      • Table Figure 21: Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Capacity in Central America by Company (mmbbl)
      • Table Figure 22: Capex Spending on Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Sites in Central America by Country (US$ mil)
      • Table Figure 23: Capex Spending on Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Sites in Central America by Company (US$ mil)
      • Table Figure 24: Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Capacity in Europe by Country (mmbbl)
      • Table Figure 25: Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Capacity in Europe by Company (mmbbl)
      • Table Figure 26: Capex Spending on Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Sites in Europe by Country (US$ mil)
      • Table Figure 27: Capex Spending on Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Sites in Europe by Company (US$ mil)
      • Table Figure 28: Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Capacity in the Former Soviet Union by Country (mmbbl)
      • Table Figure 29: Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Capacity in the Former Soviet Union by Key Companies (mmbbl)
      • Table Figure 30: Capex Spending on Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Sites in the Former Soviet Union by Country (US$ mil)
      • Table Figure 31: Capex Spending on Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Sites in the Former Soviet Union by Key Companies (US$ mil)
      • Table Figure 32: Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Capacity in the Middle East by Key Countries (mmbbl)
      • Table Figure 33: Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Capacity in the Middle East by Key Companies (mmbbl)
      • Table Figure 34: Capex Spending on Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Sites in the Middle East by Key Countries (US$ mil)
      • Table Figure 35: Capex Spending on Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Sites in the Middle East by Company (US$ mil)
      • Table Figure 36: Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Capacity in North America by Country (mmbbl)
      • Table Figure 37: Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Capacity in North America by Key Companies (mmbbl)
      • Table Figure 38: Capex Spending on Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Sites in North America by Country (US$ mil)
      • Table Figure 39: Capex Spending on Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Sites in North America by Key Companies (US$ mil)
      • Table Figure 40: Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Capacity in Oceania by Country (mmbbl)
      • Table Figure 41: Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Capacity in Oceania by Key Companies (mmbbl)
      • Table Figure 42: Capex Spending on Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Sites in Oceania by Country (US$ mil)
      • Table Figure 43: Capex Spending on Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Sites in Oceania by Company (US$ mil)
      • Table Figure 44: Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Capacity in South America by Country (mbbl)
      • Table Figure 45: Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Capacity in South America by Company (mbbl)
      • Table Figure 46: Capex Spending on Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Sites in South America by Country (US$ mil)
      • Table Figure 47: Capex Spending on Planned and Announced Liquids Storage Sites in South America by Company (US$ mil)
    • Liquids Storage Capacity Additions through New Terminals by Region
      • Table Liquids Storage Capacity Additions through New Terminals by Region (mmbbl)
    • Liquids Storage Capacity Additions through Expansion of Existing Terminals by Region
      • Table Liquids Storage Capacity Additions through Expansion of Existing Terminals by Region (mmbbl)
    • Global Planned and Announced (New Build) Liquids Storage Terminals
      • Table Global Planned and Announced (New Build) Liquids Storage Terminals
    • Global Stalled Liquids Storage Terminals
      • Table Global Stalled Liquids Storage Terminals
  • Appendix
    • Abbreviations
    • Methodology
      • Coverage
      • Secondary Research
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