Gas Oil and Naphtha Desulfurization Capacity is Increasing in North America
10/30/2009

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Online PR News – 30-October-2009 – – North America Gas Oil and Naphtha Desulfurization Market to 2013: Analysis and Forecasts of All Active and Planned Refinery Desulphurization Units
 
This report offers comprehensive information on the gas oil and naphtha desulfurization unit capacities in the United States and Canada. The report is an in-depth source by refinery of information on all active and planned gas oil and naphtha desulfurization unit capacities. The report provides historical and forecasted (2000-13) gas oil and naphtha desulfurization capacities information for 134 active refineries in Canada and the United States. The report also provides project information on planned gas oil and naphtha desulfurization units in North America. ( http://www.bharatbook.com/Market-Research-Reports/North-America-Gas-Oil-and-Naphtha-Desulfurization-Market-to-2013-Analysis-and-Forecasts-of-All-Active-and-Planned-Refinery-Desulfurization-Units.html )

Environmental Regulations Across the Globe Mandates Lower Sulfur Content in Distillates
 
Increasingly stringent environmental regulations across the globe have been mandating low sulfur content in fuels. Increasing demand of ultra low sulfur diesel (ULSD) and ultra low sulfur gasoline (ULSG) requires major investment in the hydrotreating units. To produce ULSD or ULSG, refineries require both distillate hydrotreating and feed hydrotreating. The feed to units like fluid catalytic cracking or reformer also requires additional hydrotreating units.

North America Has Higher Desulfurization to Distillation Ratio
 
Despite accounting for only 22% of global refinery distillation capacity, North America has higher percentage share for desulfurization units. In 2008, gas oil desulfurization capacity in North America was 36% of global gas oil desulfurization capacity while naphtha desulfurization capacity in North America accounted for 40% of the global capacity.

Gas Oil and Naphtha Desulfurization Capacity in North America is Increasing But A a Slower Rate

The North American gas oil desulfurization capacity increased from 2,834.8 thousand barrels/day in 2000 to 3,821.6 thousand barrels/day in 2008 at an AAGR of 3.7% and it is expected to increase to 3,979.0 thousand barrels/day in 2013 at an AAGR of only 0.8%. Similarly, Naphtha desulfurization capacity increased from 4,341.8 thousand barrels/day in 2000 to 4,598.3 thousand barrels/day in 2008 at an AAGR of 0.7% and is expected to increase further to 4,637.9 thousand barrels/day in 2013 at an AAGR of only 0.2%.

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