The report provides insights on the following:
The share of diesel fuel in the transportation sector is expected to grow up to 32–35 percent by 2025 owing to improved economic growth and trade in the emerging and developing nations, leading to significant growth of the commercial transportation sector. APAC has the largest diesel consumption followed by Europe and North America.
Diesel fuel suppliers are highly matured in North America and Europe, with intensive competition among the top global suppliers (ExxonMobil, BP, Shell) as there are no significant state owned oil companies in these regions.
The report mentions the diesel procurement best practices, saving opportunities and a Porter's Five Force Analysis. The report also covers diesel supply trends and insights in detail. It provides a profile overview and SWOT analysis of the key global suppliers like ExxonMobil, Royal Dutch Shell, Total S.A. etc. The report also includes diesel price breakup per gallon for North America, Europe, Africa, APAC, and LATAM regions.
Beroe gathers intelligence through primary sources that include industry experts, researchers, and consultants, as well as current suppliers, producers and distributors. Secondary sources can include business journals, newsletters, magazines, market research data, company sources, and industry associations. Following data collation, analysis, and strategic review, the Final Research Report is published on Beroe LiVE.
Category Intelligence on Diesel covers the following
Growing demand for heavy transport sector especially in the emerging economies like China, India, Brazil, and Indonesia drives the demand for diesel fuel
Taxes imposed by most of the nations are less for diesel when compared to gasoline. Hence, diesel consumers enjoy a price advantage. However in the US, federal and local taxes on diesel are slightly higher than gasoline
Stringent emission standards on diesel lowering sulfur emissions. By imposing “Clean Air Zones”, Governments around the world have put some restrictions to drive diesel vehicles
Increasing usage of alternative fuel vehicles, such as Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) and Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) vehicles could hamper the diesel fuel market. Countries like the US and China are creating dense network of natural gas refueling stations