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The Future of Africa Fuel Oil Supply and Demand, 2005-2025: Fuel Oil Production and Consumption


The Future of Africa Fuel Oil Supply and Demand, 2005-2025: Fuel Oil Production and Consumption


DUBLIN, October 21, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "The Future of Africa Fuel Oil Supply and Demand, 2005- 2025: Trends, Drivers, Challenges and Forecasts of Fuel Oil Production and Consumption under Current Market Dynamics" report to their offering.

Africa Fuel Oil Outlook report provides detailed analysis and forecast of Fuel Oil consumption patterns and supply scenario in all key Fuel Oil markets in Africa. Forecasts of production and demand of each of the Fuel Oil markets in Africa are provided annually from 2005 to 2025.

Drivers and challenges of industry growth in each of the Africa countries are analyzed. Further, information on current refining capacity, refining complexity along with planned refining infrastructure details are also provided in the Africa Fuel Oil outlook report.

Historic data is taken largely from government ministries and companies involved, ensuring highest accuracy of the data. Further, forecasts are made through our sophisticated methodology considering current market conditions and future prospects. Fuel Oil Forecasts for each market are evaluated by in-house experts and also validated by industry professionals to ensure utmost accuracy and certainty.

The research work also provides information on leading refining companies in each country along with business profiles of three leading Fuel Oil suppliers in the region. All latest industry developments in Africa Fuel Oil are also provided in the report.

Scope

- Annual forecasts of country wise Gasoline consumption and Gasoline production from 2005 to 2025
- All key Gasoline markets across Asia Pacific are analyzed in detail
- Refining, coking, FCC and Hydrocracking capacity outlook for each of the refining markets in Asia Pacific are provided from 2005 to 2020
- Drivers and Challenges of operating and or investing in Asia Pacific Gasoline markets
- Details of all planned refining projects in each of the Gasoline markets in Asia Pacific
- Details of leading Gasoline suppliers in Asia Pacific markets are provided
- Company profiles of three leading refining companies in Asia Pacific Gasoline markets
- All largest Gasoline industry developments in Asia Pacific Gasoline

Key Topics Covered:

1. Tables & Figures

2 Executive Summary

3 Algeria LPG Production and Consumption Outlook to 2025

4 Angola LPG Production and Consumption Outlook to 2025

5 Chad LPG Production and Consumption Outlook to 2025

6 Egypt LPG Production and Consumption Outlook to 2025

7 Equatorial Guinea LPG Production and Consumption Outlook to 2025

7 Equatorial Guinea LPG Production and Consumption Outlook to 2025

8 Kenya LPG Production and Consumption Outlook to 2025

9 Libya LPG Production and Consumption Outlook to 2025

10 Morocco LPG Production and Consumption Outlook to 2025

11 Nigeria LPG Production and Consumption Outlook to 2025

12 South Africa LPG Production and Consumption Outlook to 2025

13 Sudan LPG Production and Consumption Outlook to 2025

14 Tanzania LPG Production and Consumption Outlook to 2025

15 Tunisia LPG Production and Consumption Outlook to 2025

16 Sudan LPG Production and Consumption Outlook to 2025

17 Business Profiles of Leading Refiners

18 Appendix

For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/5nhf4d/the_future_of

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