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LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS (LNG) INFRASTRUCTURE MARKET 2017-2027

LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS (LNG) INFRASTRUCTURE MARKET 2017-2027

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Management Report
Published: September 2017
Pages: 328
Tables: 156
From: GBP 2499.00  Buy Now!
Research from: Visiongain
Sector: Oil & Gas

Global Expenditure CAPEX ($mn) and Capacity (MMTPA) on Large-Scale Onshore LNG Infrastructure, by Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Infrastructure type - Liquefaction and Regasification Plus Analysis of Leading Companies

Visiongain has calculated that the LNG infrastructure market will see a total expenditure of $63,606 mn in 2017, including both Liquefaction and Regasification.

Read on to discover the potential business opportunities available.

LNG is used in various sectors such as automobile, industrial, and commercial. It is becoming a popular energy source due to its high replacement potential, considering its environmental benefits over other energy sources. The major advantage of LNG is the low emission of CO2, which makes it an efficient alternative to conventional fossil fuels. These advantages have been driving LNG demand from the industrial as well as automobile sector. Simultaneously, it is boosting the development of large-scale LNG terminals across the globe.

Increasing utilization of natural gas over oil is one of the major drivers for the large-scale terminals market. Various companies are focusing on establishing more liquefaction and regasification terminals in offshore areas to fulfil the increasing demand of LNG. In the current scenario, the overall global outlook is gradually shifting towards utilization of cleaner fuels. Natural gas is expected to occupy a major share of primary energy consumption by the end of the forecast period. With a boom in LNG trade activities expected in the future and steadily growing consumption pattern in emerging nations in Asia Pacific, an upward pressure on large-scale LNG sector development activities is inevitable in the future.

The construction of large-scale onshore liquefaction and regasification terminals is a function of the development of the global LNG industry. Investment in such infrastructure is dictated by unique supply and demand circumstances in different geographies, such as the US unconventional oil and gas boom and economic growth in Asia, particularly China.

There are a number of exciting LNG liquefaction prospects around the world in 2016, both under construction and perspective. The question is whether the demand of East Asia will be strong enough to support the economics of an abundant supply of liquefaction opportunities. The decline of the US as an import market for LNG has troubled financiers but has been balanced by demand in Asia, East Asia and emerging demand in South America.

Visiongain’s LNG infrastructure market report can keep you informed and up to date with the developments in the Liquefication Market in Australia, Canada, US and East Africa and Rest of the World. Visiongain has also included in-depth market analysis about the Regasification markets in China, Japan, South Korea, India and Europe.

With reference to this report, it details the key investments trend in the global market, subdivided by regions, capital expenditure and capacity. Through extensive secondary research and interviews with industry experts, visiongain has identified a series of market trends that will impact the LNG infrastructure market over the forecast timeframe.

The report will answer questions such as:
- What are the key trends and factors affecting spending on new liquefaction infrastructure?
- What factors dictate this investment?
- How are the economics of terminals shaping up?
- What is the interplay between expenditure on regasification terminals and liquefaction capacity?
- How are demand markets for LNG most likely to evolve, and why?
- Who will be the main exporters and importers of LNG over the next decade?
- How will the future global LNG trade routes change?
- How much extra LNG capacity will enter the global market over the next decade

Five Reasons Why You Must Order and Read This Report Today:

1) The report provides CAPEX and capacity forecasts and analyses for the 5 Leading Regional Players in the LNG Liquefaction Market 2017-2027
- Australia
- Canada
- East Africa
- Russia
- US
- Rest of the World (Includes Iran, Papua New Guinea, Qatar, Trinidad & Tobago, Algeria, Angola & Nigeria)

Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Infrastructure Market 2017-2027

2) The report provide CAPEX and capacity forecasts and analyses for the 5 Leading Regional Players in the LNG Regasification Market 2017-2027
- China
- Europe
- Japan
- South Korea
- India

3) The report includes tables of all currently operating, under construction and planned liquefaction and regasification facilities, listing their Location, Operational Year, Status, Capacity, Owner(s) and EPC Cost

Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Infrastructure Market 2017-2027

4) The analysis is underpinned by our exclusive interviews with leading experts from:
- Linde AG

5) The report provides detailed profiles of the leading companies operating within the LNG Infrastructure market:
- BHP Billiton
- ExxonMobil
- BP
- ConocoPhillips.
- Total S.A
- Linde AG
- Royal Dutch Shell
- PETRONAS
- Chevron Corporation
- Rosneft

This independent 328-page report guarantees you will remain better informed than your competitors. With 156 tables and figures examining the LNG Infrastructure market space, the report gives you a direct, detailed breakdown of the market. PLUS, capital expenditure AND capacity AND tables of all currently operating, under construction and planned liquefaction and regasification facilities, as well as in-depth analysis, from 2017-2027 will keep your knowledge that one step ahead of your rivals.

 

Companies Listed
4Gas
Aceh Regional
Adani Group
ADGAS
Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC)
Adria LNG
AES Gener
AIG
Allnet
Anadarko
Annova LNG
Apache
API Nova Energia
Arc Logi
Arrow Energy LNG
Atlantic LNG
Atlantic Sea Island Group LLC
Australian Pacific LNG (APLNG)
Bahia Blanca Gas Port (BBGP)
Bahia de Bizkaia Gas
BC LNG Export Cooperative
Bear Head
BG Group
Bharat Petroleum Corporation
BHP Billiton
Botas
BP
BPCl
Brass LNG
Brindisi LNG
Broadwater Energy
Brunei LNG
Calais LNG
Cameron LNG
Canada Stewart Energy Group
Canaport LNG
Canvey LNG
Cheniere Energy
Chevron
Chinese Petroleum (CPC)
Chita LNG
Chubu Electric
Chubu Electric Power
Chugoko Electric Power
CIC
Cigma LNG
China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC)
Colbun SA
Comunidad Autonoma de Galicia
ConocoPhillips
Corpus Christi LNG
Cosmo
Cove
Crossnet
Cuadrilla Resources
Daewoo Shipbuilding
Dailian Construction Investment Corp
Dailian Port
DEPA
Dialog LNG
Dominion Energy
Dongguan Fuel Industrial
DOW Chemical
Downeast LNG
Dragon LNG
East Ohio Gas Company
Eco Electrica
EconGas OMV
EDF
Edison
EG LNG
EGAS
Egegaz
EGPC
Egyptian LNG (ELNG)
Elengy
Emirates LNG
Enagas
ENAP
Enarsa
ENDESA
Enel
Energy Transfer Partners
Energy World
ENH
Eni
Esperanza Energy
EVE
Excelerate Energy
ExxonMobil
Fluxys
Fluxys LNG NV (Suez)
Foshan Gas
Freeport LNG
Freeport McMoran LLC
Fujian Investment Development Corporation
Fujian LNG
GAIL
Galp Atlantico (Transgas)
Gangavaram Port Limited
Gas Natural Fenosa
Gas Natural SDG
Gascan
Gasfin
GASSP
Gasunie
Gate Terminal
Gaz de Normandie
Gazprom
GAZ-SYSTEM SA
GDF Suez
GE Capital
GE Energy Financial Services
GNL de Sonora
GNL del Plata
GNL Escobar GasPort
GNL Italia
GNL Mejillones SA
Golden Pass LNG
Grain LNG
Grupo Tojeiro
Gruppo Falcione
GS Energy
Guangdong Dapeng LNG
Guangdong Gas
Guangdong Yudean
Guangzhou Gas Group
Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation
Gulf Coast LNG Partners
Gulf LNG Energy
Hainan Development Holding Corporation
HEP
Heritage Oil
Hess LNG
Highstar
Hiroshima Gas
Hokkaido Gas
Hong Kong & China Gas
Hong Kong Electric
Hunt Oil
Hyundai
Hyundai Heavy Industries
IGas Energy
Imperial Oil
India Oil Company
Indian Oil Corporation
INPEX
Ionio Gas
Iran Liquefied Natural Gas Company
IRIDE Group
Irving Oil
Itochu
Iwatani
Jamaica LNG
Japex
Jiangsu Guoxin
JOGMEC
Jordan Cove Energy
Jovo Group
JX Nippon Oil & Energy
Kanematsu
Kansai Electric Power
KBR
Kinder Morgan
Kitakyushu LNG
Kitimat LNG
Klaipedos Nafta
KM LNG Operating Partnership
KOGAS
Korea LNG
KUFPEC
Kuwait Foreign Petroleum Exploration Company (KUFPEC)
Kyushu Electric
Legislative Assembly of British Columbia
Levant LNG (Pangea LNG)
Linde AG
LNG Japan
LNG Limited
Louisiana LNG
Magnolia LNG
Marathon
Marine Engineering
Mariveles LNG
Marubeni
MedGas LNG
Metrogas
Michael S Smith Cos
Mitsui
MSEB Holding Co
National Grid Transco
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC)
Nexen Energy
NextDecade
NGC Trinidad
Nigeria LNG (NLNG)
Nihonkai LNG
Ningbo Power Development Co LTD
NIOC (NIGEC)
Nippon Gas
Nippon Oil
Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)
Noble Energy
NOC (Sirte Oil)
Novatek
NTPC
Offshore LNG Toscana
Oil Search
Oita LNG
Okinawa Electric Power Co
OK-LNG OPCO
Oman LNG
Oman Oil
ONGC
Ophir Energy
Oregon LNG
Origin Energy
Osaka Gas
Pacific LNG
Pacific Oil and Gas
Pangea LNG
Partex
Pavilion Energy
PE Wheatstone
Peak Petroleum
Pertamina
Petoro
Petrobras
PetroChina
Petroleum BRUNEI
Petromin PNG
Petronas
Petronet LNG
Philadelphia Gas Works (PGW)
Pieria Energy
Pieridae Energy Canada
Pioneer Natural Resources
Plinacro
PNG Landowners
PNG LNG (Esso Highlands Ltd)
Polskie LNG SP.
Port Dolphin Energy LLC
Port Meridian Energy Ltd
Port Westward LNG
Posco
Project Venezuela LNG
PT Arun NGL (ExxonMobil)
PT Badak NGL
PT Donggi-Senoro LNG
Posta ve Telgraf Teşkilatı (PTT)
PTT LNG Company Ltd
PTTEP
Publigas
Qalhat LNG
Qatar Petroleum
Qatargas
Qingdao Port
Queensland Curtis LNG (QCLNG)
Quicksilver
Quoddy Bay LLC
Rabaska LNG
RasGas
Ratnagiri Gas & Power
Reganosa
REN
Repsol
Rosneft
RREEF Infrastructure
RWE
Sabine Pass LNG
Saggas - Planta de Regasificacion de Sagunto
Saibu Gas
Saipem
Sakai LNG
Sakaide LNG
Sakhalin Energy Investment
Samsung Heavy Industries
Santos Limited
SCT&E LNG
SEGAS
Sempra Energy
Sendai City Gas Bureau
Shannon LNG
Shell
Shell India
Shenergy Group
Shenzhen Energy Group
Shenzhen Gas
Shimizu LNG
Shizuoka Gas
Silk Road Fund 9
Sinochem Corporation
Sinopec
SK Corporation
SK Energy
Skangass AS
Sonagas
Sonangol
Sonatrach
Sorgenia
South Hook LNG
Southern LNG
Southern Union
Statia Terminals Canada
Statoil
Steelhead LNG
Sui Southern Gas
Talisman Energy
Tamil Nadu Industrial Development Corporation (Tidco)
Taranto LNG
Technip
Terasen
Terminal KMS de GNL
Terminale GNL Adriatico SRL
Texas LNG
Thunderbird LNG
Toho Gas
Tohoku Electric Power Co
Tokyo Electric Power (TEPCO)
Tokyo Gas
TonenGeneral
TOTAL
TransCanada
Trieste LNG
Tullow Oil
Ube Industries
Fenosa Gas
Venture Global
Veresen Inc
Vopak
Westpac Terminals
Wheatstone LNG
Woodfibre
Woodside
Woodside Petroleum
Yemen Gas Co
Yemen LNG (YLNG)
ZHA FLNG Purchaser
Zhejiang Energy Group Co Ltd

Other Organisations Mentioned in This Report
Alaska State Government
British Geological Survey (BGS)
China’s Ministry of Land and Resources
Cypriot Government
Dubai Supply Authority (Dusup)
Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT)
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Gazprom bank
Government of Brunei
Government of Canada
Government of Mexico
Government of PNG
Government of Russia
Indian financial institutions
International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
International Monetary Fund (IMF)
Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)
Ministry of Water Resources
Omani Government
Russian Development Bank
Russian National Wealth Fund
Sarawak State Government
Singapore Energy Market Authority (EMA)
State Government of Johor
UK Government
UN Security Council
UPS
US Federal Authorities
VEB
World Bank

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