8 US Supplied Asphalt & Rd Oil ,982,000 BBLS ,340,000 BBLS ,580,000 BBLS ,274,000 BBLS ,045,000 BBLS (21MMtons) 2017 Demand will increase 3.7% annually to 27MMtons - prediction
10 Basic Crude Premises The world is not running out of crude oil The world is also not running out of demand for crude oil Differences in growth rates of crude and products supply/demand will drive prices
13 Factors Effecting Oil Prices last 25 Years Oil Embargo Iranian Revolution Iran/Iraq War OPEC 10% Quota increase & Asian Fin Crisis PDVSA strike, Iraq war, Asian Growth, Weaker dollar Recession, Libyan uprising, etc??
14 Fact book Crude Oil Supply World Oil Reserves - Billions of Barrels OPEC Non-OPEC FSU Canada Source: CIA
15 2010 World Oil Reserves by Crude Type Heavy 38% Medium 20% Light Sour 25% Light Sweet 16% OPEC 1,200 Billion BBLS
16 Domestic Crude Oil Supply Domestic Production has increased the last 5 years from 5mmb/d to 6.4mmb/d in 2012, & in 2013 ~ 7.0mmb/d. The highest level since The # of US drilling rigs reported in 2011 was 777 and is at 1,400 today, so a lot of exploration. Net crude oil imports has declined from 60% in 2005 to an estimated 39% in 2013, if that holds true it will be the first time it has dropped below 40% since 1991.
17 Crude Production Forecast Crude production will increase by over 9 MMBPD from 2010 to 2021 The Middle East will produce over half of the growth while Europe and Asia Pacific will decline in production Canada, Brazil, Columbia, and Kazahkstan will show the most growth in non-opec countries Type of crude 1.9 Heavy, 3.4 Medium, 1.5 Light Sour, 2.5 Sweet = 9.4MMBPD
18 Regional Production Growth by Grade The grade increases are not distributed proportionally; Western Hemisphere produces nearly all the incremental Heavy crude Western 3.7 MMBPD, Eastern 5.7 MMBPD Over 60% of Eastern increase is expected to come from Iraq and Saudi Arabia
19 Crude Oil Demand Non-OECD OECD Non Opec Production Source: DOE
21 Crude Oil Price Differentials Anomaly going on in the market related to Brent/WTI pricing Lower mid-continent crude costs Higher mid-continent refining margins Expansion of crude pipelines out of western Canada has compressed the light-heavy crude differential
23 Heavy/Light Crude Differential Drivers Going Forward The difference in growth between heavy crude supply (production) and demand (heavy capable refining capacity) will determine heavy/light spread Western Hemisphere will continue to be where all the action is on heavy Short to mid-term tightness in supply vs. demand will limit discount until middecade Primarily driven by demand factors as significant new heavy crude comes on line in the next 2-3 years
24 Crude Price Outlook Through 2020 Ceiling Demand Factors / Surplus Capacity - $110 Trading Range Short Term Volatility Drivers Geopolitical Events Catastrophic Weather Events Economic News Inventory Fluctuations Floor Production Cost of Marginal Barrel/Demand -$75
25 What Impacts Asphalt Supply? International Markets (USA no longer main driver for crude and product prices) BRIC GDP vs. USA GDP BRIC = Brazil, Russia, India, China Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is the total market value of all final goods and services produced in a country in a given year 2000 US GDP was 10,000 billion / BRIC GDP was 3,000 billion (20% of US) 2011 US GDP was 15,000 billion / BRIC was 11,200 (75% of US) 2013 Will BRIC GDP meet or exceed the US s GDP?
26 Economic & Demand Assumptions GDP Growth Despite uncertainties, recovery to continue in 2013 Worldwide GDP to average 3.7% through 2020 US GDP growth will average 2.6% Petroleum Product Demand Worldwide growth to average 1.5%/year through 2020, led by developing countries US demand growth to average 0.3% Alternatives will be 11% of total growth
27 What Impacts Asphalt Supply? Crude Oil prices vs. Gasoline/Diesel prices WTI price vs. Brent Crude price (Chart below illustrates $ Spread between WTI / Brent) Aug-10 Oct-10 Dec-10 Feb-11 Apr-11 Jun-11 Aug-11 Oct-11 Dec-11 Feb-12 Apr-12 Jun-12 Aug-12 Oct-12
32 Map of U.S. Asphalt Producing Refineries (2010) Asphalt Producing Refineries
33 Map of U.S. Asphalt Producing Refineries and Asphalt Terminals (2010) Asphalt Producing Refineries Asphalt Terminals
34 Refinery Facts operating refineries operating refineries million barrels of crude oil input capacity million barrels of crude oil input capacity million barrels of crude oil input capacity 1982 Asphalt Production approx 750,000 bbls/day 2011 Asphalt Production approx 500,000
36 What Impacts Asphalt Supply? Utilization Rates - % utilization is calculated as gross crude inputs divided by latest reported monthly operable capacity Annual Utilization Rates: % % % % % % (thru 8/31/2011)
37 Asphalt Demand US Asphalt Demand Millions-Tons Asphalt Source: DOE
38 Asphalt Supply Once all these cokers get built, there will be no asphalt!
39 What Impacts Asphalt Supply? Cokers = Units of Mass Destruction Coking capacity has increased from by 1 million bbls / day A few examples: ConocoPhillips WoodRiver, IL 65,000 b/d Completed in 2011 Total Petrofina Pt Arthur, TX 50,000 b/d Completed in 2011 Motive Pt Arthur, TX 95,000 b/d To Complete in 2012 Marathon Detroit, MI 28,000 b/d To Complete in 2012 BP Whiting, IN 102,000 b/d To Complete in 2013
40 Alternative Disposition Coking Over 160 MBPD of new coking capacity coming online in Padd II from 2011 through Increased heavy crudes runs will minimize the asphalt lost to cokers, but the net impact will still be negative.
41 Heavy Oil Refining Expansion Additional heavy crude refining capacity 705 MMBPD Loss of light crude capacity 500MMBPD 2013 BP Amoco Whiting, IN, Marathon Detroit, MI, and Valero/Norco, Meraux, LA
45 Conclusion Supply Side / Refineries Watching margins and production costs Willingness to reduce runs, shutdown refineries, or consolidate operations to focus on markets with better returns Fewer refineries Crude slates impact on quality and quantity of asphalt Movements towards flexible pricing Demand for asphalt bottoms for alternative uses
46 Conclusion Technology- Existing and new technologies for emulsion/applications, continuing the effort to make roads last longer and to do more lane miles with less asphalt. Recycled asphalt pavements (largest volume recycled material in the world) Recycled shingles (grinding and extracting) Tire rubber products
47 Conclusion Last 3 years US has been a net exporter of asphalt What s Known vs. Unknown???? Politics & Economics Production Technology for crude recovery
48 Impact of Domestic Light Crude Bakken, Eagle Ford, and Permian all of which yield light sweet crudes Problem Refiners have just completed huge capital expenditures to run heavy Canadian Diesel yields Bonny light from Nigeria yields 21-24%, for Bakken it s around 14%????
49 Outlook???? As a result of the complexity and volatility there are a lot of unanswered questions in the future.
50 Current Asphalt Supply Information What is the current supply situation? What is the outlook? What is the price going to do?
51 In the business world, the rearview mirror is much clearer than the windshield. - Warren Buffet
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