Nigeria Crude Oil Refinery Outlook to 2023

Nigeria Crude Oil Refinery Outlook to 2023 is a comprehensive report on crude oil refinery industry in Nigeria. The report provides details on oil refineries such as name, type, operational status, and operator, apart from capacity data for the major processing units, for all active and planned refineries in Nigeria for the period 2013–2023. Further, the report also offers recent developments, financial deals as well as latest contracts awarded in the country’s oil refinery industry.


Updated information related to all active and planned refineries in the country, including operator and equity details

Information on CDU, condensate splitter, coking, catalytic cracking and hydrocracking capacities by refinery in the country, where available

Key mergers and acquisitions, partnerships, private equity and IPOs in the country’s crude oil industry, where available

Latest developments, financial deals and awarded contracts related to crude oil refineries in the country

Reasons to buy

Gain a strong understanding of the country’s crude oil refining industry

Facilitate decision making on the basis of strong historic and forecast capacity data

Assess your competitor’s major crude oil refining assets and their performance in the country

Analyze the latest developments, financial deals and awarded contracts related to the country’s crude oil refining industry

Understand the country’s financial deals landscape by analyzing how competitors are financed, and the mergers and partnerships that have shaped the market

Table of Contents

1. Table of Contents 1

1.1. List of Tables 3

1.2. List of Figures 4

2. Introduction 5

2.1. What is This Report About? 5

2.2. Market Definition 5

3. Nigeria Refining Industry 6

3.1. Nigeria Refining Industry, Key Data 6

3.2. Nigeria Refining Industry, Overview 6

3.3. Nigeria Refining Industry, Total Refining Capacity 6

3.4. Nigeria Refining Industry, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity 8

3.5. Nigeria Refining Industry, Condensate Splitter Capacity 9

3.6. Nigeria Refining Industry, Catalytic Cracking Capacity 10

3.7. Nigeria Refining Industry, Hydrocracking Capacity 10

3.8. Nigeria Refining Industry, Asset Details 11

3.8.1. Nigeria Refining Industry, Active Asset Details 11

3.8.2. Nigeria Refining Industry, Planned Assets Details 22

4. Recent Contracts 87

4.1. Detailed Contract Summary 87

4.1.1. Awarded Contracts 87

5. Financial Deals Landscape 94

5.1. Detailed Deal Summary 94

5.1.1. Equity Offerings 94

6. Recent Developments 95

6.1. Other Significant Developments 95

6.1.1. Sep 03, 2018: NNPC set to establish 200,000 bpd condensate refineries 95

6.1.2. Aug 14, 2018: NNPC: New 100 000bpd Brownfield Refinery for Port Harcourt, Warri-Baru 96

6.1.3. Mar 18, 2018: NNPC Vows That Refineries Will Roar Back Soon 97

6.2. New Contracts Announcements 98

6.2.1. Jan 17, 2018: Mammoet wins heavy lifting contract for Dangote oil refinery in Nigeria 98

7. Appendix 99

7.1. Abbreviations 99

7.2. Methodology 99

7.2.1. Coverage 99

7.2.2. Secondary Research 99

7.3. Contact Us 100

7.4. Disclaimer 100

List of Tables

Table 1: Refining Industry, Nigeria, Key Statistics, Nov 2018 6

Table 2: Refining Industry, Nigeria, Total Refining Capacity (mbd), 2013–2023 6

Table 3: Refining Industry, Nigeria, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity (mbd), 2013–2023 8

Table 4: Refining Industry, Nigeria, Condensate Splitter Unit Capacity (mbd), 2013–2023 9

Table 5: Refining Industry, Nigeria, Catalytic Cracking Unit Capacity (mbd), 2013–2023 10

Table 6: Refining Industry, Nigeria, Hydrocracking Unit Capacity (mbd), 2013–2023 10

Table 7: Mammoet Heavy Duty Pavement to Provide Ground Reinforcement Works Utilizing Enviro-Mat at 650,000 barrels per day (bpd) Capacity Refinery in Lagos, Nigeria. 87

Table 8: The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Awarded a Contract for the Provision of Consultancy Services to Carry Out a Feasibility Study for the Refineries With a Total Refining Capacity of 200,000 barrels per day 88

Table 9: Velem Secures 18-Month Contract From Waltersmith Refining & Petrochemical 89

Table 10: Mammoet Holding Secures Contract From Dangote Group 90

Table 11: Edo State Signed A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) With Peiyang Chemical Equipment Company (PCC), Sinopec International Petroleum Service (SIPS) and African Infrastructure Partners (AIP) Consortium for the Construction of a 5,500 barrels per day (bpd) Modular Oil Refinery In Ikpoba Okha 92

Table 12: Nigerian National Petroleum Plans IPO Of Shares 94

List of Figures

Figure 1: Refining Industry, Nigeria, Total Refining Capacity (mbd), 2013–2023 7


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