DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/2jb7kx/russian_refining) has announced the addition of the "Russian Refining and Exports of Oil Products: Current Status and Mid-Term Outlook" report to their offering.
The goal of this study is to systematize statistical data about various aspects of oil refining in Russia and sale of oil and petroleum products. However, this study is not a mere collection of statistics as it contains projections and assumptions of the industry's development in the future.
For more than ten years now RPI has been closely following the refining market and development of oil refineries and the study is based on the experience accumulated in research of oil refining in Russia.
The study contains information about the dynamics of changes in oil refining scopes, refining structure, the production and technological parameters of Russian refineries, dynamics and structure of domestic consumption and main export avenue structure.
The study particularly focuses on taxation issues in the industry, the impact of the new 60-66 taxation regime, and the retail sales status under a growing taxation burden.
The key sections of the report deal with:
- The current and future macroeconomic factors defining the development of oil refining in Russia: GDP, domestic petroleum product consumption, oil production and exports;
- The current status of oil refining in Russia: oil refining scope dynamics, structure and dynamics of primary oil refining, production and technological parameters of Russian refineries, taxation and government regulation of the industry;
- Export of petroleum products from Russia: main trends and factors defining the petroleum product export situation, main avenues, dynamics and structure of exports;
- Prospects and projections of oil refining: oil production projections, changes in production capacities, changes in the basket of petroleum products in Russia;
- Projections of exports of main petroleum products from Russia: main factors that would define domestic consumption dynamics in the mid-term, export scope and distribution by export avenue, proposed changes in the throughput of pipeline and rail systems and the port infrastructure.
- The product will be a handy tool for strategic decision-making by companies in the refining, transportation and sales sectors.
The projections and assumptions about oil refining and sales and exports of petroleum products contained in the study are based on detailed analysis of information obtained from reliable sources which makes it possible to forecast development prospects, opportunities, as well as outline risks for the industry as whole and individual players in particular.
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