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Reort On Refining and Marketing Industy

In 2011, India was the world’s fourth largest consumer of crude oil and petroleum products after US, China and Japan, with product consumption growing at a CAGR of 4.2 per cent in the last 5 years. India’s refining capacity has doubled in the last 10 years with 64 percent of expansion coming about in the last 4 years. India currently has a refining capacity of 217 million tonnes per annum of which PSU constitutes 62 per cent. Indian Petroleum product demand is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4.6 per cent over FY 2013-15. However India is expected to remain a net exporter of petroleum products due to massive capacity expansion undertaken.

What are factors affecting oil prices and their expected impact in the near future, How is the world oil demand expected to shape up in CY 2012 – 15 and the contribution of BRIC nations in this oil demand growth? What will be total refining capacity expansion/closures expected worldwide during CY 2012-15? What will be Indian petroleum products demand and supply outlook? Which are the petroleum products in which India will emerge as net surplus and deficit? What are the expected under-recoveries in future and their sensitivity analysis to oil price and exchange rate, What are the major refinery and pipeline projects to be undertaken during FY 2013 -15? The report seeks to answer the above issues using reliable sources of the primary and secondary data and CARE Research’s views on the same. Refining Industry

CARE Research’s report on the ‘Indian Refining and Marketing Industry’ contains comprehensive data and analysis of the sector apart from giving CARE’s outlook on the sector. By developing sophisticated model, with its established network of the primary and secondary sources, CARE Research has tried to analyze the future demand and supply scenario in the international and domestic refining and marketing industry.

The report is indispensable for any company in the refining and marketing industry, banks/ FIs, policy makers, research and academic organizations, other international and national agencies etc. Additionally, the four quarterly updates, from the date of subscription, alongwith this report would form a potent tool for the subscribers to keep abreast of the happenings in the industry.

International Market outlook
• International oil Demand & Supply
• International Refining Industry
• Gross Refining Margins
Domestic market outlook
• Current and future demand outlook
• Current and future supply outlook
• Outlook on Net Import/Export

• Refining and Marketing
• Basics of Refining Processes
• Historical background
Regulatory Structure
• Regulatory Framework
• Evolution of Petroleum product pricing mechanism in India
• Key Legislations
Industry Structure
• Structure
• Current Scenario
• Pricing
• Under-recoveries
• Current and upcoming refining capacity
• Distribution network
• Marketing infrastructure
Petroleum taxes and duties
• Tax structure of Petroleum products
• Contribution of Petroleum taxes to the Exchequer
• Rationalization of taxes and duties

Company Profile
• Reliance Industries Limited
• Indian Oil Corporation Limited
• Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited
• Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited
• Essar Oil Limited
• Mangalore Refining and Petrochemicals Limited
• Chennai Petroleum Corporation Limited
Comparative analysis of key players
• Operational performance
• Financial performance

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