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GLOBAL GAS PROCESSING INFRASTRUCTURE MARKET 2016-2026

GLOBAL GAS PROCESSING INFRASTRUCTURE MARKET 2016-2026

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Management Report
Published: March 2016
Pages: 264
Tables: For full details, please email deborahf@cmsinfo.com
From: GBP 1999.00  Buy Now!
Research from: Visiongain
Sector: Oil & Gas

Capex & Capacity Forecasts and Project Details for Onshore Processing Plants

Investment in gas processing infrastructure is dictated by unique supply and demand circumstances in different geographies, such as the unconventional gas boom in the US and Canada and growth in the domestic demand for gas in places like the UAE and Saudi Arabia. The re-entrance of Iran in the global oil and gas sphere will result in large investments being made in order to process gas that will be produced from the remaining phases of the South Pars field. Russia will also be a major driver of growth in the global gas processing market as it has signed a 30 year contract to supply gas to China, and is therefore focused on constructing a plant that will exclusively process gas for Chinese exports.

The global gas processing market is set to witness continuous investment throughout the forecast period, though the location of these investments will vary significantly year-on-year. The current low oil price has resulted in a slowdown in investments on gas field developments, in turn delaying processing projects. However, most of these projects will not be cancelled as there is wider global requirement for gas with countries seeking to reduce their emission levels, utilising gas as a cleaner transitional fuel.

Visiongain calculates the global gas processing infrastructure market to be worth $12.88bnin 2016.

The report will answer questions such as:
• What will dictate investment in gas processing infrastructure over the coming 10 years?
• Where will the capital be deployed to undertake gas processing projects? Which countries will witness the most expenditure and why?
• What influences the development of small scale gas processing plants in North America? What is the likely trajectory of investment and why?
• How will Middle Eastern countries deal with increased domestic demand for gas?
• What impact will Iran have on the market now that the sanctions on them have been lifted?
• What gas processing projects are under construction and planned?
• Who are the leading companies in the industry?

Six reasons why you must order and read this report today:

1) The report provides CAPEX and capacity forecasts of the global gas processing infrastructure market from 2016-2026

2) The report provides CAPEX forecasts and analysis for the 6 main regions investing in gas processing infrastructure projects from 2016-2026
- North America
- Middle East
- Russia & Caspian
- Africa
- Asia
- RoW

3) The report provides CAPEX and capacity forecasts, as well as analysis, for 16 national gas processing infrastructure markets from 2016-2026
- US
- Canada
- Iran
- UAE
- Saudi Arabia
- Oman
- Algeria
- Nigeria
- East Africa
- Ghana
- Russia
- Azerbaijan
- Uzbekistan
- Kazakhstan
- India
- China

Global Gas Processing Infrastructure Market 2016-2026: Capex & Capacity Forecasts and Project Details for Onshore Processing Plants

4) The report includes tables of existing gas processing infrastructure throughout the world, as well as tables detailing under construction and proposed gas processing plants
Existing Infrastructure:
- Location
- Owner
- Number of plants
- Capacities

Under Construction and Proposed Plants:
- Project name
- Operator
- Cost
- EPC start date
- Project start date

Global Gas Processing Infrastructure Market 2016-2026: Capex & Capacity Forecasts and Project Details for Onshore Processing Plants

5) The report also contains profiles (including market shares) of the leading companies involved in the gas processing infrastructure market (based on new project spending)
- ADCO
- ADNOC
- Chevron
- Gazprom
- Ghana Gas Company
- KazMunayGaz
- Lukoil
- Pars Oil & Gas Company
- Saudi Aramco
- SOCAR

6) The report is underpinned by consultation with experts in the gas processing market. The report includes the transcripts of exclusive interviews with:
- Twister BV
- ADI Analytics

Who should read this report?
• Anyone within the gas processing value chain
• CEOs
• COOs
• CIOs
• Business development managers
• Marketing managers
• Technologists
• Suppliers
• Investors
• Banks
• Government agencies
• Contractors

Companies Listed
Abraxas Petroleum Corp
Abu Dhabi Gas Development Company
ADCO
ADNOC
Aera Energy
Agave Energy
AltaGas
American Central Gas Companies
American Midstream Partners
Anadarko
Antelope Energy
Apache
Archirodon
ARM Midstream
Atlas Pipeline Partners
Australia Pacific LNG
Aux Sable
Azure Midstream
Banagas
Bear Paw Energy
BG Group
BHP Billiton
Black Hawk Gasoline
Blue Racer Midstream
Boardwalk Field Services
BP
Brass Fertilizer Company
Brea Canyon Oil Company
Burlington Resources
Caballo Energy
Cabin Creek Gas
Calpine Natural Gas
Canbriam Energy
Cantera Natural Gas
Canyon Gas Resources
Canyon Midstream Partners
Cardinal Midstream
Carl E. Gungoli
Carrera Gas
CDM Max
CenterPoint Energy
Cherokee Gas Processing
Chevron
Chinn Exploration
Chiyoda
Citation Oil & Gas Corp
CNPC
Colorado Interstate Gas Company
Columbia Gas Transmission Corp
Columbus III Production Company
Consolidated Contractors Company
Copano Processing
Cornerstone Natural Gas
Costar Midstream
Crestwood Midstream Partners
Crimson Resource Management
Crockett Gas Processing
Custom Energy Construction
Cutbank Ridge Partnership
Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering
Dart Oil & Gas
Davis Gas Processing
DCP Midstream
Delaware Basin Gas Processing LLC
Devon Gas Services
Dominion Resources
Dominion Transmission
Dornick Hills Midstream
Edison
Elkhorn Field Services
Enable Midstream Partners
Enbridge Energy Partners
EnCana
Enel
Enerfin
Energy Production Corp
Energy Transfer Company
ENI
EnLink Midstream
Enterprise Products Partners
ExxonMobil
FosterWheeler
Gas Management Company
Gazprom
Ghana Gas Company
Greenshaw Energy
Groupement Isarene
Groupement Reggane
Gulf Coast Fractionators
GulfTerra Energy Partners
Haldor Topsøe A/S
Harken Energy
Hess
HH Star Energy
Hiland Partners
Hilcorp Energy
Howard Energy Partners
Howell Petroleum Corp
Hunt Oil
Huntington Energy
Hyundai Engineering
Hyundai Heavy Industries
Inergy Propane
Inpex
Interline Energy Services
J.L. Davis
JGC
JP Oil
KazMunayGaz (KMG)
KBR
Kentucky Hydrocarbon
Kerr-McGee Energy
Kinder Morgan
Koch
Kuwait Energy
LaGrange Acquisition
LINN Energy
Lone Star Pipeline
Long Beach Oil Development
Louisiana Land & Exploration
Lukoil
Magnum Hunter Resources
Marathon
MarkWest Energy Partners
Merit Resources
Meritage Midstream Services
Merrion Oil & Gas Corp
Michigan Consolidated Gas
Mid-Michigan Gas Storage
Mitsui
Momentum
Mustang Fuel Corp
NIGC
Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation
NIPIgaz
Norcen Explorer
Nuevo Energy
Nuevo Midstream
Oando Gas and Power
Oasis Petroleum
Octagon Resources
Oklahoma Gas & Electric Energy
Omnimex
ONEOK
ONGC (Oil and Natural Gas Corporation)
Ophir Energy
Oxy
Paladin Energy Partners
Panhandle Energy
Pars Oil & Gas Company
Patina Oil & Gas Corp
Pavilion Energy
PDO
PEDEC
Pembina Pipeline
Pennant Midstream
PennTex Midstream Partners
Pertamina
Petro Chem Operating Company
Petroceltic
PetroChina
Petrofac
Petronas
Phillips Petroleum
Pioneer Natural Resources
PJSC Sibur Holding
Plains Gas Processing
Prism Gas Systems
Prowers Gas Gathering Corp
PSI Midstream
Pueblo Midstream Gas Corp
Pursue Energy
PV Gas
PVR Midstream
Qatar Petroleum
QEP Resources
Quantum Energy Partners
Questar Exploration
Quicksilver Resources
Ratuena Exploration
Rayven Gas Processing
Regard Resources
Regency Energy Partners
Repsol
Rex Energy
RSEC
RWE DEA
Saipem
Sanchez Energy & Targa Resources JV
Sandlin Oil
Saudi Aramco
SemCAMS
Seneca Resources
Seven Generations Energy
Shannon Energy Corp
Shell
Signal
SOCAR
Sonatrach
Sotcker Resources
Southcross Energy
Spectrum Field Services
Statoil
Sterling Energy
Stone Energy
Sulphur River Exploration
Sulphur River Gathering
Summit Midstream Partners
Superior Pipeline Company
Tall Oak Midstream
Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation
Targa
Targa Resources
Teak Midstream
Tecnicas Reunidas
Tecnimont
Technip
Tejas Gas Corp
Timberland Gathering & Processing
Tom Brown Inc
Torch Operating Company
Total
TPAO
True Oil Company
Twister BV
Unit Corp
Unocal
Upham Oil & Gas
Utica East Ohio Midstream
Uzbekneftegas
Valence Operating
Venoco
Vernon E. Faulconer Inc
Versado Gas Processors
Victoria Oil & Gas
Vintage Petroleum
Vitol
Walsh Production
Western Gas Resources
Whiting Petroleum
Williams Partners
Wiser Oil Company
WTG Gas Processing
XTO Energy

Government Agencies and Other Organisation Mentioned in This Report
BJP (India)
British Geological Survey (BGS)
DECC
DoE – US Department of Energy
EIA – Energy Information Administration
EITI (the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative)
EU – European Union
Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (Germany)
FERC – Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (US)
Frelimo
IEA – International Energy Agency
IMF – International Monetary Fund
Ministry of Water Resources
NASA
National Development and Reform Council of China
National Energy Administration (China)
NERA
NOAA
Renamo
Russian Development Bank, VEB
Russian National Wealth Fund
State Owned Enterprise Ministry (SoE) (Indonesia)
The Alberta Geological Survey
Transparency International
UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC)
World Bank
World Economic Forum

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