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Brazil, Russia, India, and China (BRIC) play crucial roles in global economic development, climate change, and primary energy usage. Strong economic growth and low per capita energy consumption boosts these nations’ use of primary energy. The BRIC countries are gradually increasing their share in global oil consumption, whic

h rose from 15% to 21% during 2000 to 2010. Although evolving hybrid and electric vehicles pose some challenge to the crude oil industry, oil consumption of BRIC and the US is expected to reach US $1,955.5 Billion by 2020.

Lucintel, a leading global management consulting and market research firm, analyzes the crude oil industry and presents its findings in its report, “Regional Benchmarking of Crude Oil Industry 2011–2020: BRIC Countries and US,”.

Lucintel’s research indicates that, by 2020, US oil consumption is expected to reach a value of US $850 Billion in 2020. Despite of innovative strategies to check oil consumption and boost bio fuels in transportation, the US is expected to remain the world’s largest oil consumer.

Brazil’s oil consumption is estimated to grow at a CAGR of approximately 2% from 2010–2020 because of expected development in infrastructure and transportation systems. Russian oil consumption is anticipated to increase with a CAGR of more than 1% because of rising demand for gasoline and diesel in the automobile sector. India’s and China’s oil consumption is estimated to grow with CAGR of approximately 11% and 9% respectively during 2010–2020. Growing middle class demand for private automobiles is expected to escalate oil consumption .Lucintel’s study indicates Brazil is emerging as a promising destination for investment in crude oil exploration and related segments in the BRIC countries.

Lucintel’s research report provides trend scenarios and forecast statistics for 2000–2020; details the industry’s drivers and challenges: production; consumption; and demand and supply scenarios of the crude oil industry. The report also examines BRIC’s resource potential and the competitive advantages of BRIC and the US through Porter’s Five Forces and diamond analysis.

This unique report from Lucintel will provide you with valuable information, insights and tools needed to identify new growth opportunities and operate your business successfully in this market. Crude oil benchmarking report will save hundreds of hours of your own personal research time and will significantly benefit you in expanding your business in this market. In today’s stringent economy, you need every advantage that you can findTo make business, investment, and strategic decisions, you need timely, useful information. This market report fulfills this core need and is an indispensable reference guide for multinational materials suppliers, product manufacturers, investors, executives, distributors, and many more that operate in this market.

Some of the features of this report:
  • Crude oil industry  trend and forecast in terms of  value and volume shipment
  • Crude oil industry  by applications
  • Regional analysis of crude oil industry (BRIC countries and US)
  • Major growth drivers and challenges for crude oil industry structure of BRIC countries and US
  • Trend and forecast of crude oil industry  by demand and supply for BRIC countries and US (2011-2020)
  • Michael Porter’s Five Forces Analysis of crude oil industry
  • Insight about the government policies promoting crude oil industry in the BRIC countries and US
  • A total over 98 valuable figures/charts and 14 tables are provided in this rougliy 175 page report.
 
   
 1. Executive Summary  

 2. Macroeconomic Overview  

 3. Overview of Primary Energy Consumption  
 3.1. Primary Energy Consumption of BRIC Countries and US  
 3.2. Role of Oil in Energy Mix of BRIC Countries and US  

 4. Structure and Analysis of Crude Oil Industry of BRIC Countries and US  
 4.1. Global Oil Energy Scenario  
 4.1.1. Demand Side Analysis  
 4.1.2. Supply Side Analysis  
 4.2. Crude Oil Industry Structure of BRIC Countries and US  
 4.2.1. Major Players in the Oil Industry of Brazil  
 4.2.2. Major Players in the Oil Industry of Russia  
 4.2.3. Major Players in the Oil Industry of India  
 4.2.4. Major Players in the Oil Industry of China  
 4.2.5. Major Players in the Oil Industry of US  
 4.3. Supply Chain Analysis of Crude Oil Industry for BRIC Countries, US  
 4.3.1. Supply Chain Analysis of Brazil Oil Industry  
 4.3.2. Supply Chain Analysis for Russia Oil Industry  
 4.3.3. Supply Chain Analysis for India Oil Industry  
 4.3.4. Supply Chain Analysis for China Oil Industry  
 4.3.5. Supply Chain Analysis for US Oil Industry  
 4.4. Porter's Five Forces Analysis of Crude Oil Industry  
 4.4.1. Porter's Five Forces Analysis of Brazil's Oil Industry  
 4.4.2. Porter's Five Forces Analysis of Russia's Oil Industry  
 4.4.3. Porter's Five Forces Analysis of Indian Oil Industry  
 4.4.4. Porter's Five Forces Analysis of China Oil Industry  
 4.4.5. Porter's Five Forces Analysis of US Oil Industry  
 4.5. Growth Drivers of Crude Oil Industry for BRIC Countries and US  
 4.5.1. Automobile Industry  
 4.5.2. Huge Demand from Eurasian Markets  
 4.5.3. Increasing Economic Activities  
 4.5.4. Burgeoning Middle Class in India and China  
 4.5.5. India as an Oil Refining Hub  
 4.5.6. Government Support for New Exploration and Production Projects  
 4.6. Challenges for Crude Oil in BRIC Countries and US  
 4.6.1. Evolving New Sources of Energy and Vehicles with Modern Technology  
 4.6.2. Inefficient Oil Consumption  
 4.6.3. Increasing Oil Prices  
 4.6.4. Foreign Exchange Depletion  
 4.6.5. Drilling Challenges  
 4.7. Downstream Business of Crude Oil for BRIC Countries and US  
 4.7.1. Downstream Business of Oil for Brazil  
 4.7.2. Downstream Business of Oil for Russia  
 4.7.3. Downstream Business of Oil for India  
 4.7.4. Downstream Business of Oil for China  
 4.7.5. Downstream Business of Oil for US  
 4.8. Policy Framework of the Crude Oil Industry for BRIC Countries, US  
 4.8.1. Policy Framework of Oil Industry for Brazil  
 4.8.2. Policy Framework of Oil Industry for Russia  
 4.8.3. Policy Framework of Oil Industry for India  
 4.8.4. Policy Framework of Oil Industry for China  
 4.8.5. Policy Framework of Oil Industry for US  

 5. Regional Benchmarking of Crude Oil Industry for BRIC Countries and US  
 5.1. Crude Oil Indicators of BRIC Countries and US  
 5.2. Impact of GDP Growth on Oil Consumption for BRIC Countries, US  
 5.3. Oil Dependence of BRIC Countries and US  
 5.4. Diamond Analysis of Crude Oil Industry for BRIC Countries and US  
 5.4.1. Factor Conditions of Crude Oil Industry for BRIC Countries and US  
 5.4.2. Demand Conditions of Crude Oil Industry for BRIC Countries and US  
 5.4.3. Relative and Supportive Industry of Crude Oil for BRIC Countries and US  
 5.4.4. Strategy, Structure, and Rivalry of Crude Oil Industry for BRIC Countries and US  
 5.4.5. Government  
 5.4.6. Chance  

 6. Impact of Oil Prices on the Economy of BRIC Countries and US  
 6.1. Impact of Crude Oil Prices on Macroeconomic Indicators  
 6.2. Impact of Coal and Gas Prices on Oil Prices  

 7. Investment Attractiveness Analysis of Oil Industry for BRIC Countries and US  

 8. Trend and Forecast of Crude Oil for BRIC Countries and US  
 8.1. Trend of Oil Demand and Supply for BRIC Countries, US (2000-2010)  
 8.2. Forecasts of Oil Consumption for BRIC Countries and US (2011-2020)  
 8.3. Forecasts of Oil Production for BRIC Countries and US (2011-2020)  
 8.4. Scenario Analysis of Crude Oil Industry for BRIC Countries and US  

 9. Emerging Trends and Outlook  
 9.1. Unconventional Oil Industry of BRIC Countries and US  
 9.2. Outlook  

List of Figures  
List of Tables  
Disclaimer  
Copyright  
Abbreviations and Technical Units  
About Us

List of Figures
 
CHAPTER 2: Macroeconomic Overview of BRIC Countries and US
 
Figure 2.1: World GDP growth rate
Figure 2.2: GDP growth rate of Brazil
Figure 2.3: Index of industrial production of Brazil
Figure 2.4: Current account balance of Brazil
Figure 2.5: Brazil import and export of oil as percentage of GDP
Figure 2.6: Sectoral contributions to Brazil’s GDP in 2000, 2005, 2010
Figure 2.7: Foreign exchange reserves of Brazil
Figure 2.8: Exchange rate of Brazilian currency (Reals/US Dollar)
Figure 2.9: Working-age population structure of Brazil 
Figure 2.10: GDP growth rate of Russia
Figure 2.11: Index of industrial production of Russia
Figure 2.12: Current account balance of Russia
Figure 2.13: Russia’s export and import of oil as percentage of GDP
Figure 2.14: Sectoral contributions to Russia’s GDP in 2000, 2005, 2010
Figure 2.15: Exchange rate of Russian currency (Rubles/US Dollar)
Figure 2.16: Foreign exchange reserve of Russia
Figure 2.17: Working-age population structure of Russia
Figure 2.18: GDP growth rate of India
Figure 2.19: Index of industrial production of India
Figure 2.20: Current account balance of India
Figure 2.21: Foreign exchange reserves of India
Figure 2.22: India’s import and export of oil as percentage of GDP
Figure 2.23: Sectoral contributions to Indian’s GDP in 2000, 2005, 2010
Figure 2.24: Exchange rate of Indian currency (Rupees/US Dollar)
Figure 2.25: Working-age population structure of India
Figure 2.26: GDP growth rate of China
Figure 2.27: Index of industrial production of China
Figure 2.28: Current account balance of China
Figure 2.29: Foreign exchange reserve of China
Figure 2.30: China export and import of oil as percentage of GDP 
Figure 2.31: Sectoral contributions to China’s GDP in 2000, 2005, 2010
Figure 2.32: Exchange rate of Chinese currency (Yuan/US Dollar)
Figure 2.33: Working-age population structure of China
Figure 2.34: GDP growth rate of the US
Figure 2.35: Industrial production index of the US
Figure 2.36: Current account balance of the US
Figure 2.37: Foreign exchange reserves of the US
Figure 2.38: US oil export and import as percentage of GDP
Figure 2.39: Sectoral contributions to US GDP in 2000, 2005, 2010
Figure 2.40: Working-age population structure of the US
 
CHAPTER 3: Overview of Primary Energy Consumption
 
Figure 3.1: Global primary consumption in 2010
Figure 3.2: Global primary energy mix in 2010
Figure 3.3: BRIC countries and US primary energy consumption in 2010
Figure 3.4: Energy mix of BRIC countries and US
 
CHAPTER 4: Structure and Analysis of Crude Oil Industry of BRIC Countries and US
 
Figure 4.1: World oil consumption at different prices
Figure 4.2: World oil consumption in 2010
Figure 4.3: World oil production in 2010
Figure 4.4: Supply chain of crude oil industry 
Figure 4.5: Porter’s Five Forces analysis of Brazil’s oil industry
Figure 4.6: Porter’s Five Forces analysis for Russia’s oil industry
Figure 4.7: Porter’s Five Forces analysis of India’s oil industry
Figure 4.8: Porter’s Five Forces analysis of China’s oil industry
Figure 4.9: Porter’s Five Forces analysis of the US oil industry
Figure 4.10: Trend of automobile industry for the US
Figure 4.11: Trend of automobile industry for China
Figure 4.12: Trend of automobile industry for India
Figure 4.13: Trend of automobile industry for Russia
Figure 4.14: Trend of automobile industry for Brazil
Figure 4.15: Oil consumption and GDP growth of India
Figure 4.16: Oil consumption and GDP growth of China
Figure 4.17: Oil consumption and GDP growth of the US
Figure 4.18: Refining capacity of Brazil
Figure 4.19: Refining capacity of Russia
Figure 4.20: Refining capacity of India
Figure 4.21: Refining capacity of China
Figure 4.22: Refining capacity of the US
 
CHAPTER 5: Regional Benchmarking of Crude Oil Industry for BRIC Countries and US
 
Figure 5.1: Industry life cycle stages of oil industry of BRIC countries and the US 
Figure 5.2: Change in share of oil production of BRIC countries and the US
Figure 5.3: Change in share of oil consumption of BRIC countries and the US
Figure 5.4: Regional benchmarking of oil consumption for BRIC countries (2010–2020)
Figure 5.5: Regional benchmarking of oil production for BRIC countries (2010–2020)
Figure 5.6: Potential oil production in 2020
Figure 5.7: Role of BRIC countries in global GDP and oil demand 
Figure 5.8: Oil consumption and GDP growth of BRIC countries and US (2010–2020)
Figure 5.9: Deficit and surplus comparison among BRICs and US (production based)
Figure 5.10: Deficit and surplus comparison among BRICs and US (consumption based)
Figure 5.11: Net oil deficit countries in 2020
Figure 5.12: Diamond analysis model of crude oil industry
Figure 5.13: Factor conditions of crude oil industry for BRIC countries and US
Figure 5.14: Demand conditions of crude oil industry for BRIC countries and US
 
CHAPTER 6: Impact of Oil Prices on the Economy of BRIC Countries and US 
 
Figure 6.1: Crude oil price impact on Brazil’s macroeconomic indicators 
Figure 6.2: Crude oil price impact on Russia’s macroeconomic indicators 
Figure 6.3: Crude oil price impact on India’s macroeconomic indicators
Figure 6.4: Crude oil price impact on China’s macroeconomic indicators
Figure 6.5: Crude oil price impact on US macroeconomic indicators
Figure 6.6: Impact of coal and gas prices on crude oil 
 
CHAPTER 7: Investment Attractiveness Analysis of Oil Industry for BRIC Countries and US
 
Figure 7.1: Growth matrix of crude oil industry for BRICs and the US
Figure 7.2: Business opportunities for crude oil industry of BRICs and the US
Figure 7.3: Investment attractiveness analysis of crude oil industry of BRICs and the US
 
CHAPTER 8: Trend and Forecast of Crude Oil for BRIC Countries and US
 
Figure 8.1: Trend of oil production for BRIC countries and the US
Figure 8.2: Trend of oil consumption for BRIC countries and the US
Figure 8.3: Trend of crude oil market of BRIC countries and US 2005-2010
Figure 8.4: Forecast of oil consumption of BRIC countries and the US (2011–2020)
Figure 8.5: Forecast of crude oil industry of BRIC countries and the US (2011–2020)
Figure 8.6: Forecast of oil production of BRIC countries and the US (2011–2020)
Figure 8.7: Oil consumption of BRIC countries and the US in optimistic scenario
Figure 8.8: Oil consumption of BRIC countries and the US in normal scenario
Figure 8.9: Oil consumption of BRIC countries and the US in pessimistic scenario
 
 
 
 
 
 
List of Tables
 
Table 1.1: Summary of crude oil industry parameters of BRICs and the US 
 
Table 4.1: Crude oil industry market structure of BRICs and the US
Table 4.2: Supply chain analysis of Brazil’s oil industry 
Table 4.3: Supply chain analysis of Russia’s oil industry
Table 4.4: Supply chain analysis of India’s oil industry 
Table 4.5: Supply chain analysis of China’s oil industry 
Table 4.6: Supply chain analysis of the US oil industry 
 
Table 5.1: Crude oil indicators of BRIC countries and the US 
Table 5.2: Factor condition indicators of BRIC countries and the US
Table 5.3: Demand condition indicators of BRIC countries and the US
Table 5.4: Government policies of the crude oil industry for BRIC countries and the US
 
Table 7.1: Investment opportunity indicators of oil industry in BRIC countries and the US
Table 7.2: Investment attractiveness of oil industry in BRIC countries and the US
 
Table 8.1: GDP growth in different scenarios for BRIC countries and the US
 
 

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