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Global Crude Oil Refinery Maintenance Review, 2021 – Analysis by Major Units, PADD Regions and Operator

Globally, among all the regions, North America had the highest refining capacity under maintenance (both planned and unplanned) with 10,210 thousand barrels per day (mbd). Asia and South America followed with 8,838 mbd and 2,587 mbd of refining capacities under maintenance, respectively. The US, China, and South Korea were the top three countries in terms of refining capacity under maintenance (both planned and unplanned) for 2021. Among operators with the highest refining capacities under maintenance (for both planned and unplanned) globally were Petroleo Brasileiro SA, ExxonMobil Fuels and Lubricants Co, and Valero Energy Corp. Ulsan and Yeosu in South Korea, and Port Arthur II in the US were the top three refineries in terms of refining capacity under maintenance (both planned and unplanned) in 2021.

What are the major upcoming planned maintenance activities in 2022?

In 2022, North America is expected to have more than 1,100 mbd of refining capacity under planned maintenance. Most of this capacity would be under maintenance in the fourth quarter of 2022. The former Soviet Union would also have most of the capacity under planned maintenance in Q4 2022. Among operators, ExxonMobil Fuels and Lubricants Co is expected to have the highest refining capacity of over 560 mbd under planned maintenance in 2022.

What are the major factors responsible for unplanned maintenance by region?

North America: In North America, 30 refineries were under unplanned maintenance in 2021. Many of these refineries were shut down due to fire and explosion, heavy rainfall, floods, storms, and power outages. Operational problems were also some of the key factors responsible for unplanned maintenance in the region.

South America: In South America, six refineries were under unplanned maintenance in 2021. One of the key factors responsible for keeping the refineries under unplanned maintenance was power outages. Fire and explosion, repairs, leakage, and technical issues were some of the other significant reasons for unplanned refinery shutdowns in the region.

Asia-Pacific: In Asia-Pacific, 11 refineries were under unplanned maintenance. Fire and explosion, earthquakes, and landslides are significant reasons for the unplanned shutdown. Repairs and maintenance, unspecified reasons were some of the other significant factors for unplanned refinery shutdowns in the region.

FSU: In the FSU, one refinery was under unplanned maintenance in 2021. Repairs and maintenance are a significant reason for the unplanned shutdown of the Khabarovsk I refinery in Russia.

What are the major crude oil refinery maintenance by region?

The crude oil refinery maintenance review report offers detailed insights on the refining capacity, coking capacity, fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) capacity, hydrocracker capacity, hydrotreater capacity, and reformer capacity by region. Among all the regions globally, North America had the highest refining capacity under maintenance (both planned and unplanned) followed by Asia-Pacific and South America. Globally, North America has the highest coking capacity under maintenance (both planned and unplanned) in 2021. In 2021, among all the regions globally, North America had the highest FCC capacity under maintenance (both planned and unplanned) followed by South America and Asia-Pacific. In terms of hydrocracker capacity under maintenance (both planned and unplanned), North America had the highest hydrocracker capacity in 2021, followed by Europe. In 2021, among all regions globally, North America had the highest hydrotreater capacity under maintenance (both planned and unplanned) followed by the Middle East and Asia-Pacific. Globally, North America had the highest reformer capacity under maintenance (both planned and unplanned) in 2021 followed by Asia-Pacific and the Middle East.

What are the major crude oil refinery maintenance by PADD regions in the US?

The crude oil refinery maintenance review report offers detailed insights on the refining capacity, coking capacity, fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) capacity, hydrocracker capacity, hydrotreater capacity, and reformer capacity by PADD regions in the US.  Among the PADD regions in the US, the PADD3 region had the highest refining capacity under maintenance (both planned and unplanned) followed by PADD2 and PADD5 regions. Among the PADD regions that had coking capacity under maintenance (both planned and unplanned) in 2021, the PADD3 region is the only region that had over 450 mbd of capacity under maintenance. In 2021, among all PADD regions in the US, the PADD3 region had the highest FCC capacity under maintenance (both planned and unplanned) followed by the PADD2 region. In 2021, the PADD3 region is the only region that had hydrocracker capacity under both (planned and unplanned) maintenance. Among all the PADD regions in the US, the PADD3 is the only region that had hydrotreater capacity under maintenance (both planned and unplanned). The PADD3 is the only region that had reformer capacity under maintenance (both planned and unplanned).

What are the major crude oil refinery maintenance by operators?

The crude oil refinery maintenance review report offers detailed insights on the refining capacity, coking capacity, fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) capacity, hydrocracker capacity, hydrotreater capacity, and reformer capacity by the operator. Among all the operators globally, Petroleo Brasileiro SA had the highest refining capacity under maintenance followed by ExxonMobil Fuels and Lubricants Co and Valero Energy Corp. Globally, Motiva Enterprises LLC led with the highest coking capacity under maintenance in 2021 followed by Houston Refining LP and ExxonMobil Fuels and Lubricants Co. In 2021, among all operators globally, ExxonMobil Fuels and Lubricants Co had the highest FCC capacity under maintenance (both planned and unplanned). Valero Energy Corp, among all operators globally, had the highest hydrocracker capacity under maintenance (both planned and unplanned) in 2021. In 2021, among all operators globally, ExxonMobil Fuels and Lubricants Co had the highest hydrotreater capacity under maintenance. Globally, Blanchard Refining Co LLC had the highest reformer capacity under maintenance (both planned and unplanned) in 2021.

Refining capacity under maintenance, by operator

Refining capacity under maintenance, by operator

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Market report scope

Review year 2021
Segmentation Region, PADD Regions in the US, and Operator
Refinery units under maintenance Refining, Coking, Fluid catalytic cracking (FCC), Hydrocracker, Hydrotreater, and Reformer
Key Operators Motiva Enterprises LLC, GS Caltex Corp., CITGO Petroleum, SK Energy Co Ltd, Petroleo Brasileiro, ExxonMobil Fuels and Lubricants Co, TotalEnergies SE, Eneos Corp, Philips, and Valero Energy Corp.

Scope

  • Analysis of capacity under maintenance for crude distillation, coking, fluid catalytic cracking, hydrocracker, hydrotreater, and reformer units globally for 2021.
  • Comparison of select refinery units under maintenance (planned, unplanned, and both) by major regions for 2021 and 2020.
  • Comparison of select refinery units under maintenance (planned, unplanned, and both) by PADD Regions in the US for both years.
  • Comparison of select refinery units under maintenance (planned, unplanned, and both) by operators for both years.
  • Comparison of factors responsible for unplanned maintenance globally by region for 2021 and 2020.
  • Outlook of global refining capacity under planned maintenance for 2022.

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  • Obtain information on region-wise maintenance globally for 2021 in comparison with 2020.
  • Identify and compare PADD regions and operators with the highest maintenance in both quarters.
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Table of Contents

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1. Global Refinery Maintenance Review, 2021 3

1.1 Key Highlights 3

1.2 Major Outages in 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 4

1.3 Regional Maintenance Briefs, 2021 4

1.4 Factors Responsible for Unplanned Maintenance by Region, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 6

2. Global Upcoming Planned Maintenance, 2022 8

3. Global Refinery Maintenance by Region 10

3.1 Global Refining Capacity under Maintenance by Region, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 10

3.2 Global Coking Capacity under Maintenance by Region, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 12

3.3 Global Fluid Catalytic Cracking (FCC) Capacity under Maintenance by Region, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 14

3.4 Global Hydrocracker Capacity under Maintenance by Region, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 16

3.5 Global Hydrotreater Capacity under Maintenance by Region, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 18

3.6 Global Reformer Capacity under Maintenance by Region, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 20

4. Refinery Maintenance by Petroleum Administration for Defense Districts (PADD) Regions in the US 22

4.1 Refining Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions in the US, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 22

4.2 Coking Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions in the US, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 24

4.3 FCC Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions in the US, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 26

4.4 Hydrocracker Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions in the US, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 28

4.5 Hydrotreater Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions in the US, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 30

4.6 Reformer Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions in the US, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 32

5. Global Refinery Maintenance by Operator 34

5.1 Global Refining Capacity under Maintenance by Operator, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 34

5.2 Global Coking Capacity under Maintenance by Operator, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 36

5.3 Global FCC Capacity under Maintenance by Operator, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 38

5.4 Global Hydrocracker Capacity under Maintenance by Operator, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 40

5.5 Global Hydrotreater Capacity under Maintenance by Operator, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 42

5.6 Global Reformer Capacity under Maintenance by Operator, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 44

6. Appendix 46

6.1 Abbreviations 46

6.2 Definitions 46

6.3 Methodology 46

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List of Tables

Table 1: Global Refining Capacity Outlook under Planned Maintenance, 2022* 12

List of Figures

Figure 1: Factors Responsible for Unplanned Maintenance in North America* 9

Figure 2: Factors Responsible for Unplanned Maintenance in South America* 9

Figure 3: Factors Responsible for Unplanned Maintenance in Asia* 10

Figure 4: Factors Responsible for Unplanned Maintenance in FSU* 10

Figure 5: Global Refining Capacity Outlook under Planned Maintenance by Region (mbd), 2022* 11

Figure 6: Global Refining Capacity Outlook under Planned Maintenance by Operator (mbd), 2022* 11

Figure 7: Global Refining Capacity under Maintenance by Region, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020*# 13

Figure 8: Global Refining Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Region, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 14

Figure 9: Global Refining Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Region, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 14

Figure 10: Global Coking Capacity under Maintenance by Region, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020* 15

Figure 11: Global Coking Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Region, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 16

Figure 12: Global Coking Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Region, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 16

Figure 13: Global FCC Capacity under Maintenance by Region, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020*# 17

Figure 14: Global FCC Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Region, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 18

Figure 15: Global FCC Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Region, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 18

Figure 16: Global Hydrocracker Capacity under Maintenance by Region, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020*# 19

Figure 17: Global Hydrocracker Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Region, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 20

Figure 18: Global Hydrocracker Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Region, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 20

Figure 19: Global Hydrotreater Capacity under Maintenance by Region, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020*# 21

Figure 20: Global Hydrotreater Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Region, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 22

Figure 21: Global Hydrotreater Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Region, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 22

Figure 22: Global Reformer Capacity under Maintenance by Region, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020*# 23

Figure 23: Global Reformer Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Region, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 24

Figure 24: Global Reformer Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Region, 2020 vis-à-vis 2019 24

Figure 25: Refining Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions in the US, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020*# 25

Figure 26: Refining Capacity under Planned Maintenance by PADD Regions in the US, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 26

Figure 27: Refining Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by PADD Regions in the US, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 26

Figure 28: Coking Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions in the US, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020* 27

Figure 29: Coking Capacity under Planned Maintenance by PADD Regions in the US, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 28

Figure 30: Coking Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by PADD Regions in the US, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 28

Figure 31: FCC Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions in the US, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020*# 29

Figure 32: FCC Capacity under Planned Maintenance by PADD Regions in the US, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 30

Figure 33: FCC Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by PADD Regions in the US, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 30

Figure 34: Hydrocracker Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions in the US, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020*# 31

Figure 35: Hydrocracker Capacity under Planned Maintenance by PADD Regions in the US, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 32

Figure 36: Hydrocracker Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by PADD Regions in the US, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 32

Figure 37: Hydrotreater Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions in the US, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020*# 33

Figure 38: Hydrotreater Capacity under Planned Maintenance by PADD Regions in the US, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 34

Figure 39: Hydrotreater Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by PADD Regions in the US, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 34

Figure 40: Reformer Capacity under Maintenance by PADD Regions in the US, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020*# 35

Figure 41: Reformer Capacity under Planned Maintenance by PADD Regions in the US, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 36

Figure 42: Reformer Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by PADD Regions in the US, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 36

Figure 43: Global Refining Capacity under Maintenance by Key Operators, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020*# 37

Figure 44: Global Refining Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Operator, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 38

Figure 45: Global Refining Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Operator, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 38

Figure 46: Global Coking Capacity under Maintenance by Key Operators, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020* 39

Figure 47: Global Coking Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Operator, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 40

Figure 48: Global Coking Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Operator, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 40

Figure 49: Global FCC Capacity under Maintenance by Key Operators, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020*# 41

Figure 50: Global FCC Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Operator, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 42

Figure 51: Global FCC Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Operator, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 42

Figure 52: Global Hydrocracker Capacity under Maintenance by Key Operators, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020*# 43

Figure 53: Global Hydrocracker Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Operator, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 44

Figure 54: Global Hydrocracker Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Operator, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 44

Figure 55: Global Hydrotreater Capacity under Maintenance by Key Operators, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020*# 45

Figure 56: Global Hydrotreater Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Operator, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 46

Figure 57: Global Hydrotreater Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Operator, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 46

Figure 58: Global Reformer Capacity under Maintenance by Key Operators, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020*# 47

Figure 59: Global Reformer Capacity under Planned Maintenance by Operator, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 48

Figure 60: Global Reformer Capacity under Unplanned Maintenance by Operator, 2021 vis-à-vis 2020 48

Frequently Asked Questions

The major refinery units under maintenance globally in 2021 were refining, coking, fluid catalytic cracking (FCC), hydrocracker, hydrotreater, and reformer.

The review report offers detailed insights on the crude oil refinery maintenance by region, PADD regions in the US, and operator.

Motiva Enterprises LLC, GS Caltex Corp., CITGO Petroleum, SK Energy Co Ltd, Petroleo Brasileiro, ExxonMobil Fuels and Lubricants Co, TotalEnergies SE, Eneos Corp, Philips, and Valero Energy Corp are the key operators considered for refining capacity under maintenance in 2021.

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