Actual Engine Oil Consumption by Motor Vehicles in Russia

 Published On: Jan, 2013 |    No of Pages: 92 |  Published By: RPI Eurasia, Ltd | Format: Book and CD
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RPI introduces a groundbreaking new analytical product related to the lubricant market, which studies the actual consumption of engine oil by the Russian vehicle fleet, including cars and trucks, commercial vehicles and buses. For the purposes of this report the size of the engine oil market has been estimated on the basis of strategic data on the vehicle fleet and assessment of per-vehicle, per-unit oil consumption, taking into account vehicle make, age, average annual mileage, service intervals, potential oil consumption between service visits, and the type of lubricant used. This approach makes the report stand out among the existing studies of the engine oil market since it provides the most accurate understanding of the volume and pattern of engine oil consumption in Russia.

The report covers in detail the following issues:
• Actual makeup of the Russian automotive vehicle fleet.
• Trends and growth factors of the Russian vehicle fleet.
• Actual engine oil consumption, both nationwide and in each of Russia’s constituent entities.
• Automotive engine oil consumption broken down by car, tuck, commercial vehicle and bus.

The study also features a forecast of engine oil consumption by type of vehicle in 2012-2017.

The ability to understand changes in oil consumption demand from automobile manufacturers and vehicle owners could help lubricant producers and distributors to develop accurate business plans to increase their product sales and adjust their product lines in order to rapidly respond to market changes ahead of the competition. The study, which provides segmentations by region and by type of vehicle, gives market players an opportunity to fine-tune their marketing strategies, timely build effective relationships with dealer networks and establish the most effective supply chain logistics.

The understanding of a midterm forecast for car fleet growth could help manufacturers not only select their lubricant production strategies but evaluate their capabilities for entering other segments of the automotive consumables market.

Our in-depth, comprehensive study of this segment of the lubricants market could spur a more complex analysis of performance results by producers or distributors in the major regions of their operations.

1 Introduction
2 Key Findings
3 Vehicle Fleet. Trends, Growth Factors and Dynamics in 2011-2017
3.1. Light passenger vehicle fleet
3.2. Truck fleet
3.2.1. Light commercial vehicle (LCV) fleet
3.2.2. Truck fleet (CV and HCV)
3.3. Bus fleet
4 Engine Oil Consumption by Light Passenger Vehicles, by RF Region
4.1. Engine oils for the current light passenger vehicle fleet
4.2. Factory-fill engine oils for light passenger vehicles
4.3. Forecast of oil consumption by light passenger vehicles
5 Engine Oil Consumption by Cargo Vehicles in Various Russian Regions
5.1. Engine oils for light commercial vehicles (LCV)
5.1.1. Engine oils for the current fleet of light commercial vehicles
5.1.2. Factory-fill engine oils for light commercial vehicles
5.1.3. Forecast of oil consumption by light commercial vehicles
5.2. Engine oils for commercial vehicles and heavy commercial vehicles (CV and HCV)
5.2.1. Engine oils for the current fleet of commercial vehicles and heavy commercial vehicles
5.2.2. Factory-fill engine oils for commercial vehicles and heavy commercial vehicles
5.2.3. Forecast of oil consumption by cargo vehicles
6 Engine Oil Consumption by Buses in Various Russian Regions
6.1. Engine oils for the current bus fleet
6.2. Factory-fill engine oils for buses
6.3. Forecast of oil consumption by buses
7 Demand for Engine Oils
7.1. Segmentation by vehicle category
7.2. Segmentation by region
7.3. Segmentation by engine oil type
7.4. Forecast of engine oil demand by 2017
7.5. Per-unit, per-vehicle engine oil consumption in Russia

List of Figures
Diagram 3.1. Weights of individual vehicle categories in Russia’s total vehicle fleet as of 01/01/2012, millions, % of the total number of vehicles of all categories
Diagram 3.2. Russian Federation total vehicle fleet broken down by federal district as of 01/01/2012, millions of vehicles, % of the total number of vehicles of all categories
Diagram 3.3. Light passenger vehicle fleet broken down by federal district as of 01/01/2012, millions of vehicles, %
Diagram 3.4. Major regional fleets of light passenger vehicles in Russia (Top 20), as of 01/01/2012, thousands of vehicles
Diagram 3.5. Relative vehicles per capita ratio in Russia’s individual federal districts as of 01/01/2012, the number of cars/1,000 people
Diagram 3.6. Russian Federation constituents with the highest vehicles per capita ratios in Russia (Top-
20), as of 01/01/2012, number of cars per 1,000 people
Diagram 3.7. Light passenger vehicle fleet broken down by age as of 01/01/2012, millions of vehicles, %
Diagram 3.8. Light passenger vehicle fleet broken down by make as of 01.01.2012, millions of vehicles, % Diagram 3.9. Changes in the fleet of light passenger vehicles broken down by origin from 2011 through 2017, millions of vehicles, %
Diagram 3.10. Light commercial vehicle fleet broken down by federal district as of 01/01/2012, thousands of units, %
Diagram 3.11. Russia’s largest regional fleets of light commercial vehicles (Top 20), as of 01/01/2012, thousands of units
Diagram 3.12. Availability of light commercial vehicles per capita, by Russian federal district, as of 01/01/2012, number of commercial vehicles per 1,000 people
Diagram 3.13. Russian Federation constituents with the highest light commercial vehicle ownership per capita (Top 20) in Russia, as of 01/01/2012, number of LCVs per 1,000 people
Diagram 3.14. Number of light commercial vehicles broken down by age, as of 01/01/2012, thousands of units, %
Diagram 3.15. Number of light commercial vehicles broken down by make, as of 01/01/2012, thousands of units, %
Diagram 3.16. Changes in the light commercial vehicle fleet broken down by origin from 2011 through
2017, thousands of units, %
Diagram 3.17. Commercial vehicle and heavy commercial vehicle fleet broken down by federal district as of 01/01/2012, thousands of units, %
Diagram 3.18. Russia’s major regional truck fleets (Top 20), as of 01/01/2012, thousands of units
Diagram 3.19. Ownership of cargo vehicles per capita in Russia’s individual federal districts, as of 01/01/2012, number of trucks per 1,000 people
Diagram 3.20. Russian Federation constituents with the highest truck ownership per capita (Top 20) in Russia, as of 01/01/2012, number of trucks per 1,000 people
Diagram 3.21. Cargo vehicle fleet broken down by age, as of 01/01/2012, thousands of units, % Diagram 3.22. Cargo vehicle fleet broken down by make, as of 01/01/2012, thousands of units, %
Diagram 3.23. Changes in the cargo vehicle fleet broken down by origin from 2011 through 2017, thousands of units, %
Diagram 3.24. Bus fleet broken down by federal district, as of 01/01/2012, thousands of units, %
Diagram 3.25. Russia’s largest regional bus fleets (Top 20), as of 01/01/2012, thousands of units
Diagram 3.26. Availability of buses per capita in Russia’s individual federal districts as of 01/01/2012, number of vehicles, buses per 1,000 people
Diagram 3.27. Russian Federation constituents with the highest numbers of buses per capita (Top 20), as of 01/01/2012, number of buses per 1,000 people
Diagram 3.28. Bus fleet broken down by age, as of 01/01/2012, thousands of units, %
Diagram 3.29. Bus fleet broken down by make, as of 01/01/2012, thousands of units, %
Diagram 3.30. Changes in the bus fleet broken down by origin, 2012-2017, thousands of units, %
Diagram 4.1. Russian Federation constituents with the highest rates of engine oil consumption by light
passenger vehicles (Top 20), as of the end of 2011, tons
Diagram 4.2. Oil consumption by light passenger vehicles broken down by federal district in 2011, thousands of tons, %
Diagram 4.3. Russian light passenger vehicle production trends in 2011-2017, thousands of units
Diagram 4.4. Shares of individual manufacturers in the total number of light passenger vehicles produced in Russia in 2011, %
Diagram 4.5. Changes in factory-fill engine oil consumption by light passenger vehicles in 2011-2017, tons
Diagram 4.6. Changes in total engine oil consumption by light passenger vehicles in 2011-2017, tons
Diagram 5.1. Russian Federation constituents with the highest rates of engine oil consumption by light
commercial vehicles (Top 20), as of the end of 2011, tons
Diagram 5.2. Oil consumption by light commercial vehicles broken down by federal district in 2011, thousands of tons, %
Diagram 5.3. Forecast of light commercial vehicle production in Russia from 2012 through 2017, thousands of units
Diagram 5.4. Weights of individual manufacturers in the total Russian light commercial vehicle output in 2011, %
Diagram 5.5. Forecast of factory-fill oil consumption by light commercial vehicles from 2012 through 2017, tons
Diagram 5.6. Changes in total engine oil consumption by light commercial vehicles from 2012 through 2017, tons
Diagram 5.7. Russian Federation constituents with the highest rates of engine oil consumption by commercial vehicles and heavy commercial vehicles (Top 20), as of the end of 2011, tons
Diagram 5.8. Oil consumption by commercial vehicles and heavy commercial vehicles broken down by federal district in 2011, thousands of tons, %
Diagram 5.9. Forecast of commercial vehicle and heavy commercial vehicle production in Russia from 2012 through 2017, thousands of units
Diagram 5.10. Shares of individual manufacturers in the total output of commercial vehicles and heavy commercial vehicles in Russia in 2011, %
Diagram 5.11. Forecast of factory-fill oil consumption by commercial vehicles and heavy commercial vehicles from 2012 through 2017, tons
Diagram 5.12. Changes in total engine oil consumption by commercial vehicles and heavy commercial vehicles from 2012 through 2017, tons
Diagram 6.1. Russian Federation constituents with the highest rates of engine oil consumption by buses (Top 20), as of the end of 2011, tons
Diagram 6.2. Oil consumption by buses broken down by federal district in 2011, thousands of tons, % Diagram 6.3. Forecast of bus production in Russia from 2012 through 2017, thousands of units Diagram 6.4. Shares of individual manufacturers in Russia’s total bus production in 2011, %
Diagram 6.5. Forecast of factory-fill oil consumption by buses from 2012 through 2017, tons
Diagram 6.6. Forecast changes in total engine oil consumption by buses from 2012 through 2017, tons
Diagram 7.1. Engine oil consumption broken down by vehicle category, 2011, tons, %
Diagram 7.2. Engine oil consumption by motor vehicles broken down by federal district, 2011, tons, % Diagram 7.3. Engine oil consumption by vehicle owners broken down by federal district, 2011, tons per 1,000 people
Diagram 7.4. Rates of consumption of various types of engine oil by certain vehicles within the active fleet, excluding factory-fill oil in 2011, tons
Diagram 7.5. Pattern of engine oil consumption by individual vehicle categories within the active fleet in 2011, %
Diagram 7.6. Changes in total engine oil consumption by motor vehicles in 2011-2017, thousands of tons
Diagram 7.7. Changes in engine oil consumption by motor vehicles, 2000-2012, kg per vehicle

List of Tables
Table 3.1. Light passenger vehicle fleet broken down by vehicle age and origin, number of vehicles as of 01/01/2012, %
Table 3.2. Light passenger vehicle fleet broken down by make, number of vehicles, as of 01/01/2012, %
Table 3.3 Major world sales markets for new light passenger vehicles as of the end of 2010/2011 and 2011/2012, number of vehicles
Table 3.4. Forecast of the Russian light passenger vehicle fleet broken down by origin, thousands of units, 2011-2017
Table 3.5. Light commercial vehicle fleet broken down by age and origin, number of units as of 01/01/2012, RF, %
Table 3.6. Number of light commercial vehicles broken down by make, number of units, as of 01/01/2012, %
Table 3.7. Major national markets for new commercial vehicles as of the end of 2010/2011 and 2011/2012, number of vehicles
Table 3.8. Forecast of the light commercial vehicle fleet broken down by origin, thousands of vehicles, 2011-2017
Table 3.9. Cargo vehicle fleet broken down by vehicle age and origin, number of units as of 01/01/2012, %
Table 3.10. Cargo vehicle fleet broken down by make, number of units, as of 01/01/2012, %
Table 3.11. Forecast of the cargo vehicle fleet broken down by origin, thousands of vehicles, 2011-2017
Table 3.12. Bus fleet broken down by vehicle age and origin, number of vehicles, as of 01/01/2012, % .. 47
Table 3.13. Bus fleet broken down by make, number of vehicles, as of 01/01/2012, %
Table 3.14. Forecast of the fleet buses broken down by origin, number of vehicles, 2011-2017
Table 4.1. Light passenger vehicle fleet and engine oil consumption broken down by region in 2011, thousands of units, tons
Table 5.1. Number of light commercial vehicles and engine oil consumption broken down by region in 2011, thousands of units, tons
Table 5.2. Commercial vehicle and heavy commercial vehicle fleet and engine oil consumption broken down by region in 2011, thousands of units, tons
Table 6.1. Domestic bus fleet and engine oil consumption by the bus fleet broken down by Russian region in 2011, thousands of units, tons
Table 7.1. Regional distribution of major automobile manufacturing facilities in the RF, 2012
Table 7.2. Engine oil consumption by the active vehicle fleet, RF, 2011, tons, kg/vehicle

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