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Q1 2016 Global Refinery Maintenance Review - North America Records Highest Refining Capacity under Maintenance in the Quarter

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Summary

Globally North America and South America had the highest refining capacity under maintenance (including both planned and unplanned) in Q1 2016. Among countries, US and Taiwan had the highest refining capacity under planned maintenance while Venezuela had the highest refining capacity under unplanned maintenance in the quarter. PDVSA, Motiva Enterprises LLC and Formosa Petrochemical Corporation were the top three operators in the world in terms of total refining capacity under maintenance. Power outage was the most common cause of unplanned maintenance in North America and South America while fire caused the most unplanned maintenance in Asia during Q1 2016.

Scope

- Analysis of global refinery maintenance for crude distillation, coking, fluid catalytic cracking, hydrocracker, hydrotreater and reformer units
- Comparison of select refinery units under maintenance (including both planned and unplanned) by major regions in the world, PADD regions and operators for Q1 2016 and Q1 2015
- Comparison of select refinery units under planned maintenance by major regions in the world, PADD regions and operators for both the quarters
- Comparison of select refinery units under unplanned maintenance by major regions in the world, PADD regions and operators for both the quarters
- Comparison of factors responsible for unplanned maintenance in the world by region for Q1 2016 and Q1 2015

Reasons to buy


- Keep abreast of major refinery units (crude distillation, coking, fluid catalytic cracking, hydrocracker, hydrotreater and reformer) undergoing maintenance across the world
- Obtain information on region-wise maintenance across the world for Q1 2016 in comparison with Q1 2015
- Identify and compare PADD regions and operators with highest maintenance in both the quarters
- Facilitate decision making on the basis of strong refinery maintenance data
- Assess your competitor’s refinery maintenance data

 2.1 Key Highlights 13
 2.2 Major Outages in Q1 2016 14
 2.3 Regional Maintenance Briefs 14
 2.4 Global Refining Capacity under Maintenance by Region, Q1 2016 vis-à-vis Q1 2015 17
 2.4.1 Refining Capacity under Maintenance by Region (%) 17
 2.4.2 Refining Capacity under Maintenance by Region (bd) 20
 2.4.3 Count of Crude Distillation Units under Maintenance by Region 23
 2.5 Global Coking Capacity under Maintenance by Region, Q1 2016 vis-à-vis Q1 2015 26
 2.5.1 Coking Capacity under Maintenance by Region (%) 26
 2.5.2 Coking Capacity under Maintenance by Region (bd) 29
 2.5.3 Count of Coker Units under Maintenance by Region 32
 2.6 Global Fluid Catalytic Cracking (FCC) Capacity under Maintenance by Region, Q1 2016 vis-à-vis Q1 2015 35
 2.6.1 FCC Capacity under Maintenance by Region (%) 35
 2.6.2 FCC Capacity under Maintenance by Region (bd) 38
 2.6.3 Count of FCC Units under Maintenance by Region 41
 2.7 Global Hydrocracker Capacity under Maintenance by Region, Q1 2016 vis-à-vis Q1 2015 44
 2.7.1 Hydrocracker Capacity under Maintenance by Region (%) 44
 2.7.2 Hydrocracker Capacity under Maintenance by Region (bd) 47
 2.7.3 Count of Hydrocracker Units under Maintenance by Region 50
 2.8 Global Hydrotreater Capacity under Maintenance by Region, Q1 2016 vis-à-vis Q1 2015 53
 2.8.1 Hydrotreater Capacity under Maintenance by Region (%) 53
 2.8.2 Hydrotreater Capacity under Maintenance by Region (bd) 56
 2.8.3 Count of Hydrotreater Units under Maintenance by Region 59
 2.9 Global Reformer Capacity under Maintenance by Region, Q1 2016 vis-à-vis Q1 2015 62
 2.9.1 Reformer Capacity under Maintenance by Region (%) 62
 2.9.2 Reformer Capacity under Maintenance by Region (bd) 65
 2.9.3 Count of Reformer Units under Maintenance by Region 68
 2.10 Refining Capacity under Maintenance by Petroleum Administration for Defense Districts (PADD) Regions in the US, Q1 2016 vis-à-vis Q1 2015 71
 2.10.1 Refining Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions (%) 71
 2.10.2 Refining Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions (bd) 74
 2.10.3 Count of Crude Distillation Units under Maintenance in PADD Regions 77
 2.11 Coking Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions in the US, Q1 2016 vis-à-vis Q1 2015 80
 2.11.1 Coking Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions (%) 80
 2.11.2 Coking Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions (bd) 83
 2.11.3 Count of Coker Units under Maintenance by PADD Regions 86
 2.12 FCC Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions in the US, Q1 2016 vis-à-vis Q1 2015 89
 2.12.1 FCC Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions (%) 89
 2.12.2 FCC Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions (bd) 92
 2.12.3 Count of FCC Units under Maintenance by PADD Regions 95
 2.13 Hydrocracker Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions in the US, Q1 2016 vis-à-vis Q1 2015 98
 2.13.1 Hydrocracker Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions (%) 98
 2.13.2 Hydrocracker Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions (bd) 101
 2.13.3 Count of Hydrocracker Units under Maintenance by PADD Regions 104
 2.14 Hydrotreater Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions in the US, Q1 2016 vis-à-vis Q1 2015 107
 2.14.1 Hydrotreater Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions (%) 107
 2.14.2 Hydrotreater Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions (bd) 110
 2.14.3 Count of Hydrotreater Units under Maintenance by PADD Regions 113
 2.15 Reformer Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions in the US, Q1 2016 vis-à-vis Q1 2015 116
 2.15.1 Reformer Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions (%) 116
 2.15.2 Reformer Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions (bd) 119
 2.15.3 Count of Reformer Units under Maintenance by PADD Regions 122
 2.16 Global Refining Capacity under Maintenance by Operator, Q1 2016 vis-à-vis Q1 2015 125
 2.16.1 Refining Capacity under Maintenance by Operator (%) 125
 2.16.2 Refining Capacity under Maintenance by Operator (bd) 128
 2.16.3 Count of Crude Distillation Units under Maintenance by Operator 131
 2.17 Global Coking Capacity under Maintenance by Operator, Q1 2016 vis-à-vis Q1 2015 134
 2.17.1 Coking Capacity under Maintenance by Operator (%) 134
 2.17.2 Coking Capacity under Maintenance by Operator (bd) 137
 2.17.3 Count of Coker Units under Maintenance by Operator 140
 2.18 Global FCC Capacity under Maintenance by Operator, Q1 2016 vis-à-vis Q1 2015 143
 2.18.1 FCC Capacity under Maintenance by Operator (%) 143
 2.18.2 FCC Capacity under Maintenance by Operator (bd) 146
 2.18.3 Count of FCC Units under Maintenance by Operator 149
 2.19 Global Hydrocracker Capacity under Maintenance by Operator, Q1 2016 vis-à-vis Q1 2015 152
 2.19.1 Hydrocracker Capacity under Maintenance by Operator (%) 152
 2.19.2 Hydrocracker Capacity under Maintenance by Operator (bd) 155
 2.19.3 Count of Hydrocracker Units under Maintenance by Operator 158
 2.20 Global Hydrotreater Capacity under Maintenance by Operator, Q1 2016 vis-à-vis Q1 2015 161
 2.20.1 Hydrotreater Capacity under Maintenance by Operator (%) 161
 2.20.2 Hydrotreater Capacity under Maintenance by Operator (bd) 164
 2.20.3 Count of Hydrotreater Units under Maintenance by Operator 167
 2.21 Global Reformer Capacity under Maintenance by Operator, Q1 2016 vis-à-vis Q1 2015 170
 2.21.1 Reformer Capacity under Maintenance by Operator (%) 170
 2.21.2 Reformer Capacity under Maintenance by Operator (bd) 173
 2.21.3 Count of Reformer Units under Maintenance by Operator 176
 2.22 Factors Responsible for Unplanned Maintenance in the World by Region, Q1 2016 vis-à-vis Q1 2015 179


List Of Figures

 1.1 List of Figures*
 Figure 1: Global Refining Capacity under Maintenance by Region (%)* 17
 Figure 2: Global Refining Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Region (%) 18
 Figure 3: Global Refining Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Region (%) 19
 Figure 4: Global Refining Capacity under Maintenance by Region (bd)* 20
 Figure 5: Global Refining Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Region (bd) 21
 Figure 6: Global Refining Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Region (bd) 22
 Figure 7: Global Count of Crude Distillation Units under Maintenance by Region* 23
 Figure 8: Global Count of Crude Distillation Units under Planned Maintenance by Region 24
 Figure 9: Global Count of Crude Distillation Units under Unplanned Maintenance by Region 25
 Figure 10: Global Coking Capacity under Maintenance by Region (%)* 26
 Figure 11: Global Coking Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Region (%) 27
 Figure 12: Global Coking Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Region (%)* 28
 Figure 13: Global Coking Capacity under Maintenance by Region (bd)* 29
 Figure 14: Global Coking Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Region (bd) 30
 Figure 15: Global Coking Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Region (bd)* 31
 Figure 16: Global Count of Coker Units under Maintenance by Region* 32
 Figure 17: Global Count of Coker Units under Planned Maintenance by Region 33
 Figure 18: Global Count of Coker Units under Unplanned Maintenance by Region* 34
 Figure 19: Global FCC Capacity under Maintenance by Region (%)* 35
 Figure 20: Global FCC Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Region (%) 36
 Figure 21: Global FCC Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Region (%) 37
 Figure 22: Global FCC Capacity under Maintenance by Region (bd)* 38
 Figure 23: Global FCC Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Region (bd) 39
 Figure 24: Global FCC Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Region (bd) 40
 Figure 25: Global Count of FCC Units under Maintenance by Region* 41
 Figure 26: Global Count of FCC Units under Planned Maintenance by Region 42
 Figure 27: Global Count of FCC Units under Unplanned Maintenance by Region 43
 Figure 28: Global Hydrocracker Capacity under Maintenance by Region (%)* 44
 Figure 29: Global Hydrocracker Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Region (%) 45
 Figure 30: Global Hydrocracker Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Region (%)* 46
 Figure 31: Global Hydrocracker Capacity under Maintenance by Region (bd)* 47
 Figure 32: Global Hydrocracker Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Region (bd) 48
 Figure 33: Global Hydrocracker Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Region (bd)* 49
 Figure 34: Global Count of Hydrocracker Units under Maintenance by Region* 50
 Figure 35: Global Count of Hydrocracker Units under Planned Maintenance by Region 51
 Figure 36: Global Count of Hydrocracker Units under Unplanned Maintenance by Region* 52
 Figure 37: Global Hydrotreater Capacity under Maintenance by Region (%)* 53
 Figure 38: Global Hydrotreater Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Region (%) 54
 Figure 39: Global Hydrotreater Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Region (%)* 55
 Figure 40: Global Hydrotreater Capacity under Maintenance by Region (bd)* 56
 Figure 41: Global Hydrotreater Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Region (bd) 57
 Figure 42: Global Hydrotreater Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Region (bd)* 58
 Figure 43: Global Count of Hydrotreater Units under Maintenance by Region* 59
 Figure 44: Global Count of Hydrotreater Units under Planned Maintenance by Region 60
 Figure 45: Global Count of Hydrotreater Units under Unplanned Maintenance by Region* 61
 Figure 46: Global Reformer Capacity under Maintenance by Region (%)* 62
 Figure 47: Global Reformer Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Region (%) 63
 Figure 48: Global Reformer Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Region (%)* 64
 Figure 49: Global Reformer Capacity under Maintenance by Region (bd)* 65
 Figure 50: Global Reformer Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Region (bd) 66
 Figure 51: Global Reformer Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Region (bd)* 67
 Figure 52: Global Count of Reformer Units under Maintenance by Region* 68
 Figure 53: Global Count of Reformer Units under Planned Maintenance by Region 69
 Figure 54: Global Count of Reformer Units under Unplanned Maintenance by Region* 70
 Figure 55: Refining Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions (%)* 71
 Figure 56: Refining Capacity under Planned Maintenance by PADD Regions (%) 72
 Figure 57: Refining Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by PADD Regions (%) 73
 Figure 58: Refining Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions (bd)* 74
 Figure 59: Refining Capacity under Planned Maintenance by PADD Regions (bd) 75
 Figure 60: Refining Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by PADD Regions (bd) 76
 Figure 61: Count of Crude Distillation Units under Maintenance in PADD Regions* 77
 Figure 62: Count of Crude Distillation Units under Planned Maintenance in PADD Regions 78
 Figure 63: Count of Crude Distillation Units under Unplanned Maintenance in PADD Regions 79
 Figure 64: Coking Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions (%)* 80
 Figure 65: Coking Capacity under Planned Maintenance by PADD Regions (%) 81
 Figure 66: Coking Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by PADD Regions (%)* 82
 Figure 67: Coking Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions (bd)* 83
 Figure 68: Coking Capacity under Planned Maintenance by PADD Regions (bd) 84
 Figure 69: Coking Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by PADD Regions (bd)* 85
 Figure 70: Count of Coker Units under Maintenance by PADD Regions* 86
 Figure 71: Count of Coker Units under Planned Maintenance by PADD Regions 87
 Figure 72: Count of Coker Units under Unplanned Maintenance by PADD Regions* 88
 Figure 73: FCC Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions (%)* 89
 Figure 74: FCC Capacity under Planned Maintenance by PADD Regions (%) 90
 Figure 75: FCC Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by PADD Regions (%) 91
 Figure 76: FCC Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions (bd)* 92
 Figure 77: FCC Capacity under Planned Maintenance by PADD Regions (bd) 93
 Figure 78: FCC Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by PADD Regions (bd) 94
 Figure 79: Count of FCC Units under Maintenance by PADD Regions* 95
 Figure 80: Count of FCC Units under Planned Maintenance by PADD Regions 96
 Figure 81: Count of FCC Units under Unplanned Maintenance by PADD Regions 97
 Figure 82: Hydrocracker Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions (%)* 98
 Figure 83: Hydrocracker Capacity under Planned Maintenance by PADD Regions (%) 99
 Figure 84: Hydrocracker Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by PADD Regions (%)* 100
 Figure 85: Hydrocracker Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions (bd)* 101
 Figure 86: Hydrocracker Capacity under Planned Maintenance by PADD Regions (bd) 102
 Figure 87: Hydrocracker Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by PADD Regions (bd)* 103
 Figure 88: Count of Hydrocracker Units under Maintenance by PADD Regions* 104
 Figure 89: Count of Hydrocracker Units under Planned Maintenance by PADD Regions 105
 Figure 90: Count of Hydrocracker Units under Unplanned Maintenance by PADD Regions* 106
 Figure 91: Hydrotreater Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions (%)* 107
 Figure 92: Hydrotreater Capacity under Planned Maintenance by PADD Regions (%) 108
 Figure 93: Hydrotreater Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by PADD Regions (%)* 109
 Figure 94: Hydrotreater Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions (bd)* 110
 Figure 95: Hydrotreater Capacity under Planned Maintenance by PADD Regions (bd) 111
 Figure 96: Hydrotreater Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by PADD Regions (bd)* 112
 Figure 97: Count of Hydrotreater Units under Maintenance by PADD Regions* 113
 Figure 98: Count of Hydrotreater Units under Planned Maintenance by PADD Regions 114
 Figure 99: Count of Hydrotreater Units under Unplanned Maintenance by PADD Regions* 115
 Figure 100: Reformer Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions (%)* 116
 Figure 101: Reformer Capacity under Planned Maintenance by PADD Regions (%) 117
 Figure 102: Reformer Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by PADD Regions (%)* 118
 Figure 103: Reformer Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions (bd)* 119
 Figure 104: Reformer Capacity under Planned Maintenance by PADD Regions (bd) 120
 Figure 105: Reformer Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by PADD Regions (bd)* 121
 Figure 106: Count of Reformer Units under Maintenance by PADD Regions* 122
 Figure 107: Count of Reformer Units under Planned Maintenance by PADD Regions 123
 Figure 108: Count of Reformer Units under Unplanned Maintenance by PADD Regions* 124
 Figure 109: Refining Capacity under Maintenance by Operator (%)* 125
 Figure 110: Refining Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Operator (%) 126
 Figure 111: Refining Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Operator (%) 127
 Figure 112: Refining Capacity under Maintenance by Operator (bd)* 128
 Figure 113: Refining Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Operator (bd) 129
 Figure 114: Refining Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Operator (bd) 130
 Figure 115: Count of Crude Distillation Units under Maintenance by Operator * 131
 Figure 116: Count of Crude Distillation Units under Planned Maintenance by Operator 132
 Figure 117: Count of Crude Distillation Units under Unplanned Maintenance by Operator 133
 Figure 118: Coking Capacity under Maintenance by Operator (%)*^ 134
 Figure 119: Coking Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Operator (%)* 135
 Figure 120: Coking Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Operator (%)* 136
 Figure 121: Coking Capacity under Maintenance by Operator (bd)*^ 137
 Figure 122: Coking Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Operator (bd)* 138
 Figure 123: Coking Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Operator (bd)* 139
 Figure 124: Count of Coker Units under Maintenance by Operator *^ 140
 Figure 125: Count of Coker Units under Planned Maintenance by Operator* 141
 Figure 126: Count of Coker Units under Unplanned Maintenance by Operator* 142
 Figure 127: FCC Capacity under Maintenance by Operator (%)* 143
 Figure 128: FCC Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Operator (%)* 144
 Figure 129: FCC Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Operator (%) 145
 Figure 130: FCC Capacity under Maintenance by Operator (bd)* 146
 Figure 131: FCC Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Operator (bd)* 147
 Figure 132: FCC Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Operator (bd) 148
 Figure 133: Count of FCC Units under Maintenance by Operator * 149
 Figure 134: Count of FCC Units under Planned Maintenance by Operator* 150
 Figure 135: Count of FCC Units under Unplanned Maintenance by Operator 151
 Figure 136: Hydrocracker Capacity under Maintenance by Operator (%)* 152
 Figure 137: Hydrocracker Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Operator (%) 153
 Figure 138: Hydrocracker Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Operator (%)* 154
 Figure 139: Hydrocracker Capacity under Maintenance by Operator (bd)* 155
 Figure 140: Hydrocracker Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Operator (bd) 156
 Figure 141: Hydrocracker Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Operator (bd)* 157
 Figure 142: Count of Hydrocracker Units under Maintenance by Operator * 158
 Figure 143: Count of Hydrocracker Units under Planned Maintenance by Operator 159
 Figure 144: Count of Hydrocracker Units under Unplanned Maintenance by Operator* 160
 Figure 145: Hydrotreater Capacity under Maintenance by Operator (%)* 161
 Figure 146: Hydrotreater Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Operator (%) 162
 Figure 147: Hydrotreater Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Operator (%)* 163
 Figure 148: Hydrotreater Capacity under Maintenance by Operator (bd)* 164
 Figure 149: Hydrotreater Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Operator (bd) 165
 Figure 150: Hydrotreater Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Operator (bd)* 166
 Figure 151: Count of Hydrotreater Units under Maintenance by Operator * 167
 Figure 152: Count of Hydrotreater Units under Planned Maintenance by Operator 168
 Figure 153: Count of Hydrotreater Units under Unplanned Maintenance by Operator* 169
 Figure 154: Reformer Capacity under Maintenance by Operator (%)* 170
 Figure 155: Reformer Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Operator (%) 171
 Figure 156: Reformer Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Operator (%)* 172
 Figure 157: Reformer Capacity under Maintenance by Operator (bd)* 173
 Figure 158: Reformer Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Operator (bd) 174
 Figure 159: Reformer Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Operator (bd)* 175
 Figure 160: Count of Reformer Units under Maintenance by Operator * 176
 Figure 161: Count of Reformer Units under Planned Maintenance by Operator 177
 Figure 162: Count of Reformer Units under Unplanned Maintenance by Operator* 178
 Figure 163: Factors Responsible for Unplanned Maintenance in North America 179
 Figure 164: Factors Responsible for Unplanned Maintenance in Asia 179
 Figure 165: Factors Responsible for Unplanned Maintenance in South America 180
 Figure 166: Factors Responsible for Unplanned Maintenance in Africa* 181
 Figure 167: Factors Responsible for Unplanned Maintenance in Europe* 182
  


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