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determinants of refinery plant size in the United States
David E. Mead
by The Division, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Washington, Springfield, Va
|Statement||prepared by David E. Mead, Regulatory and Competive Analysis Division, Office of Energy Industry Analysis, Assistant Administrator for Applied Analysis, Energy Information Administration, U.S. Department of Energy.|
|Series||DOE/EIA -- 0102/45., Analysis memorandum - Energy Information Administration ; AM/EI/78-13|
|Contributions||United States. Energy Information Administration. Office of Energy Industry Analysis. Regulatory and Competitive Analysis Division.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 60 p. :|
|Number of Pages||60|
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Get this from a library. The determinants of refinery plant size in the United States. [David E Mead; United States.
Energy Information Administration. Office of Energy Industry Analysis. Regulatory and Competitive Analysis Division.]. The determinants of refinery plant size in the United States / prepared by David E. Mead, Regulatory and Competive Analysis Division, Office of Energy Industry.
The Determinants of Plant Exit: The Evolution of the U.S. Refining Industry that the last large refinery in the continental United States was built. This was the Marathon refinery in Garyville, () use the UK Census of Production to look at how size, age, and owning multiple plants affect plant survival with data from This paper analyzes the exit and expansion of U.S.
petroleum refineries using plant-level data from to We find that small refineries and refineries owned by a multi-plant firm are more likely to close.
If a multi-plant firm closes a refinery, it closes a smaller one. Unlike previous research, we find no clear relationship between a firm’s share of national Cited by: 1. The determinants of refinery plant size in the United States / (Washington: The Division ; Springfield, Va.: for sale by the National Technical Information Service, ), by David E.
Mead and United States. Energy Information Administration. Office of Energy Industry Analysis. An oil refinery or petroleum refinery is an industrial process plant where crude oil is transformed and refined into more useful products such as petroleum naphtha, gasoline, diesel fuel, asphalt base, heating oil, kerosene, liquefied petroleum gas, jet fuel and fuel oils.
Petrochemicals feed stock like ethylene and propylene can also be produced directly by cracking crude oil without. latter affect the configuration and complexity of the refinery), the size of the plant and local environmental regulations.
The cost of the now shelved project by Irving Oil to build a sec-ondbpd refinery in Saint John, NB was estimated at $8+ billion.
The projected cost of the proposedbpd Kitimat Clean refinery is $13 Size: 2MB. This paper analyzes factors that affect the exit and expansion of U.S.
petroleum refineries using plant-level capacity data from to We find that larger refineries are less likely to close and that refineries owned by a multi-plant firm are more likely to close.
Oil & Petroleum Refinin in China industry outlook () poll Average industry growth x.x lock Purchase this report or a membership. refinery energy use, the two largest components of total refining cost. The proportions of the various hydrocarbon classes, their carbon number distribution, and the concentration of hetero-elements in a given crude oil determine the yields and qualities of theFile Size: KB.
Energy Information Administration, Refinery Capacity a Refineries where distillation units were completely idle but not permanently shutdown on January 1, Includes capacity from refineries that are either completely or partially idle. 2 Source: Energy Information Administration (EIA), Form EIA, "Annual Refinery Report." b.
Notes: Hydrogen production capacity includes capacity of hydrogen plants on refinery grounds. See Definitions, Sources, and Notes link above for more information on this table.
Release Date: 06/21/ Next Release Date: 06/30/ United States and in many states. Energy use in a refinery varies over time due to changes in the type of crude processed, the product mix (and complexity of refinery), as well as the sulfur content of the final products.
Furthermore, operational factors like capacity utilization,File Size: KB. The United States had the world’s largest oil refinery capacity as ofat million barrels per day.
Oil refineries process crude oil into more useful products. Petroleum & Refinery Statistics and facts on petroleum and refinery Oil refining is the process by which crude oil is manufactured into more complex and useful products. Request PDF | Environmental justice in the oil refinery industry: A panel analysis across United States counties | Environmental injustice due to economic inequality and its correlates and.
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This is “Determinants of Economic Growth”, section from the book There we learned that the main sources of growth for the United States from to were divided between increases in the quantities of labor and of physical capital (about 60%) and in improvements in the qualities of the factors of production and technology.
This study aims to investigate the determinants of unemployment rate in the United States of America with economic growth as the main concern in addition with inflation and FDI (foreign direct investment) to further assure that it is coherent with the results obtained from previous studies.
Specific objectives. 7 Economic and Financial Determinants of Oil and Gas Exploration Activity Peter C. Reiss Introduction Indomestic oil companies spent a record $ billion exploring for and developing oil and gas reserves in the United States. Inthey spent less than one-half that amount, a six-year low of $ billion.
This $. The determinants of refinery plant size in the United States  Mead, David E. Washington: The Division ; Springfield, Va.: for sale by the National Technical Information Service, Russian oil refinery technology has several critical advantages over existing conventional oil refinery.
The main result of these advantages –2‐4 times reduction of price of oil refinery plant, comparison with existing oil refinery plants prices are the following found in the next page:File Size: 1MB.Rose is an NBER Research Associate in the Program on International Trade and Investment and the B.T.
Rocca Professor of International Business at University of California, Berkeley. 2. A. K. Rose, "One Money, One Market: Estimating the Effect of Common Currencies on Trade," NBER Working Paper No.Decemberand in Economic Policy.