LNG Yearbook 2015: The Definitive Reference Guide to the Liquefied Natural Gas Infrastructure Market 2015-2025 Capex on Large-Scale Onshore Liquefaction & Regasification, Floating LNG (FLNG), Small-Scale LNG and LNG Carriers

Aug 03, 2015, 09:00 ET from Visiongain

LONDON, August 3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --

If you are part of the Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) industry, you must have this definitive reference guide.

Visiongain's new 813 page LNG Yearbook 2015 from business intelligence provider visiongain compiles all of the analysis and forecasts from visiongain's extensive database of LNG Infrastructure projects and industry knowledge of Large Scale Onshore LNG, FLNG, Small Scale LNG and LNG Carriers into one comprehensive document.

The 200,000 word yearbook is the definitive guide to the LNG infrastructure market, providing a comprehensive outlook on the LNG industry and its prospects over the next ten years.

Did You Know?
- The shale gas revolution in the US is driving interest in exporting gas as LNG.
- Australian liquefaction facilities will be finished soon and this will lead to a very well supplied LNG market.
- There is uncertainty about the viability of Canadian liquefaction facilities.
- There is excitement about new supplies of LNG coming from East Africa. The yearbook explains how the most likely demand scenario will affect spending on liquefaction infrastructure.
- There is some confusion about how Chinese demand for LNG will evolve. The yearbook explains how the most likely demand scenario will affect spending on regasification infrastructure.

These are examples of the business critical headlines that you need to know about - and more importantly, you need to read visiongain's objective analysis of how this will impact your company and the oil & gas industry more generally. How are you and your company reacting to this news? Are you sufficiently informed? By ordering and reading our brand new LNG yearbook today you will be fully informed and ready to act.

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Visiongain has calculated that global LNG infrastructure CAPEX will reach $77.417bn in 2015.

Read on to discover how you can exploit the future business opportunities emerging in the LNG sector. Visiongain's new study tells you and tells you NOW.

In this brand new yearbook you will receive 529 in-depth and unique tables, charts, graphs and 6 EXCLUSIVE interviews - all unavailable elsewhere.

The yearbook leverages a vast range of data sourced from visiongain's own proprietary LNG databases, extensive primary and secondary research, and analysis by visiongain's London based team of in-house industry analysts.

By ordering and reading this LNG yearbook today, you will stay better informed.

The yearbook answers the following questions:
- How will each LNG market and subsector grow and how much revenue will these submarkets account for by 2025?
- How will each large-scale onshore LNG infrastructure market grow and how much revenue will these submarkets account for by 2025? Will liquefaction or regasification be the main driver for the overall large-scale onshore LNG market in 2025?
- What are the market shares of the FLNG submarkets - LNG FPSO and FSRU - in FLNG in 2015, 2020 and 2025? Which FLNG sector will be the main driver for the overall FLNG market in 2025?
- How will each small-scale market and subsector grow and how much capex will these submarkets account for by 2025? Which of the small-scale LNG sectors (small-scale liquefaction, small-scale regasification, LNG satellite stations, LNG fuelling stations for road vehicles or LNG bunkering facilities for vessels) will be the main driver for the overall small-scale LNG market in 2025?
- How will the market shares for each LNG carrier submarket change during the period between 2015 and 2025? Which containment technology will be the main driver for the overall LNG carrier market in 2025: Moss, No.96, Mark III or SPB?
- Who are the leading LNG players and what are their prospects over the forecast period?
- What are the key factors driving and restraining the LNG sector?
- How has the oil price crash impacted spending and future capacity in the LNG market?
- What are the major components that shape the LNG industry? How does this relate to FLNG, LNG carriers and small-scale LNG?
- How will Japanese demand for LNG evolve over the coming decade?
- Which FLNG sector will be the main driver for the overall FLNG market in 2025?
- How will the market shares of the national markets change by 2025 and which geographical region will lead the market in 2025?

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Why you should buy the LNG Yearbook 2015 

• View global LNG market forecasts and analysis from 2015-2025 

• Examine 529 tables, charts, and graphs 

• Read 6 exclusive transcripts of primary research company interviews
- Cheniere Energy
- Stena Bulk
- HFW LLP
- Lonestar FLNG
- Swedegas
- GasEner SRL

• Understand the prospects for the LNG Infrastructure submarkets
Large-scale Onshore LNG:
- Liquefaction
- Regasification

FLNG:
- LNG FPSO
- FSRU

Small Scale LNG:
- Liquefaction
- Regasification
- LNG Satellite Stations
- LNG Bunkering Facilities for Vessels
- LNG Fuelling Stations for Road Vehicles

LNG Carriers:
- GTT No. 96
- Mark III
- Moss
- SPB
- Small Scale

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• Find out about the market dynamics & opportunities in 51 countries and eight regions
- Learn about the market potential for LNG technology, LNG carrier, FLNG and small-scale LNG companies in exporting and importing countries, See where opportunities exist with individual market forecasts and analysis from 2015-2025 for the leading national markets, including up to four submarkets for each country

- Algeria
- Angola
- Argentina
- Australia
- Bangladesh
- Brazil
- Brunei
- Canada
- Chile
- China
- Colombia
- Cyprus
- Ecuador
- Egypt
- Equatorial Guinea
- Greece
- Guadeloupe and Martinique
- India
- Indonesia
- Italy
- Israel
- Jamaica
- Japan
- Jordan
- Kuwait
- Lebanon
- Malaysia
- Malta
- Mozambique
- New Zealand
- Nigeria
- Pakistan
- Papua New Guinea
- Philippines
- Puerto Rica
- Qatar
- Russia
- Singapore
- South Korea
- Sri Lanka
- Tanzania
- Thailand
- Timor Leste
- Trinidad and Tobago
- Turkey
- UAE
- UK
- Ukraine
- Uruguay
- US
- Vietnam
 
• Explore the business critical issues affecting product developers, and everyone within the value chain
- Supply and Demand Side Factors
- Costs
- Energy Security
- Japanese Nuclear Prospects
- Oil Price Impacts

• Identify who the leading companies are in the Large-Scale Infrastructure, LNG Carrier, FLNG and Small-Scale Infrastructure Markets
- Gain a thorough understanding of the competitive landscape with profiles of 42 leading LNG infrastructure companies examining their market sizing and shares within their submarket, as well as their capabilities, services, focus, strategies, and future outlook:
- Air Products and Chemicals Inc, (APCI)
- BG Group
- Black and Veatch
- BP
- BW Group
- Chart Industries, Inc
- Cheniere Energy
- Chevron
- ConocoPhillips
- Cryostar Group
- DSME and Associates
- Energy Holdings Limited (ENN)
- Excelerate Energy
- Exmar
- ExxonMobil
- GasLog Ltd
- Gasnor Shell
- Gazprom
- Golar LNG Limited (Golar)
- Höegh LNG
- Hyundai Heavy Industries
- JGC Corporation
- Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K Line)
- KBR
- Kunlun
- Maran Gas Maritime Inc. (MGM)
- Misc Berhad (Misc)
- Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL)
- Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK)
- Noble Energy
- Petronas
- Royal Dutch Shell
- Saipem
- Samsung Heaving Industries (SHI)
- Shell and Associates
- Skangass AS
- Technip
- Teekay Corporation
- Total S.A
- Wartsila Hamworthy
- Wilson Offshore & Marine
- Woodside Petroleum
 
Visiongain's new study is for intended for anyone requiring commercial analyses for the LNG market and leading companies. You will find data, trends and predictions.

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Companies Mentioned in This Report 

4Gas

4Gas Asia

A.P. Moller-Maersk Group

AB Klaipedos Nafta

Aceh Administration

Adani Group

ADNOC

AES

AES Gener

Agip

Air Products and Chemicals Inc

Allnet

Almi Gas

Alpha Tankers & Freighters International Ltd

Altagas

American Bureau of Shipping (ABS)

Anadarko

Anangel Maritime

Andhra Pradesh Gas Distribution Corporation (APGDC)

Angelicoussis Shipping Group

Anglo Eastern Group

Anhui Huaqiang Natural Gas

Annova LNG

Anthony Veder

Apache Corporation

API Group

API Nova Energia

APNG (Applied Natural Gas Fuels)

Arrow Energy

Astra Oil

ATP Oil & Gas

Authority of Thailand (EGAT)

Avner Oil & Gas Exploration

Awilco AS

Barents Naturgass

Bayernwerk AG

BC LNG

Bechtel

Bernhard Schulte

BG Group Plc

BGT (Bonny Gas Transport)

Bharat Petroleum

Bharat PetroResources Limited (BPRL)

BHP Billiton

Black & Veatch

BOC Gas

Boelwerf

Bolognesi

Botas

BP

Browse Joint Venture

Buffalo Marine Service

Buquebus

BW Group

BW Maritime

Cambridge Energy Group

Canada Stewart Energy

Cardiff Marine

CB&I

CB&I Lummus

CE LNG - Cambridge Energy LNG

Centrica

CETS (CNOOC)

Chantiers de France-Dunkerque

Chantiers Navales De La Ciotat

Chart Industries, Inc.

Chemikalien Seetransport Gmbh

Cheniere Energy Partners

Chesapeake Energy

Chevron

China LNG Group Limited

China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC)

China Ocean Shipping Company (COSCO)

China Shipping Group

Chinese Construction Bank (CCB)

Chinese National Offshore Oil Corp (CNOOC)

Chubu Electric Power

Chugoku Electric

Churo Kauin

Citadel Capital

Clarksons plc

Clean Energy Corp.

CNOOC (China National Offshore Oil Corporation)

Colbún SA

Colony Energy Partners

Conferenza GNL

ConocoPhillips

Consol Energy

Constructions Navales et Industrielles de la Mediteranee (CNIM)

Corpus Christi LNG

Costain

Cove Energy

Cove Point LNG

CPC (Taiwan)

Cryostar Group

Cryovision

Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME)

Daiichi

Dalian Inteh Group

Dalian Port

DCEP Gas Management Ltd.

Deen Shipping

DEFA, Cyprus

Delek Drilling

Delphin LNG

DEPA (Dimosia Epichirisi Paroxis Aeriou) - Greek Public Natural Gas Corporation

Dialog Group

DNV GL

Dominion Corporation

Dong

DorGas Exploration Limited Partnership

Doris Engineering

Douglas Channel Energy Consortium (DCEC)

Douglas Channel Energy Partnership (DCEP)

Douglas Channel LNG Assets Partnership

Dow Chemical

Drydocks World

Dunkerque LNG

DUON

Dynacom Corporation

Dynagas

EDF (Électricité de France)

Edison

EGAS

Electricity Generating

Electrogas

Empresa Naviera Elcano

Enagas

ENAP

Encana Corporation

Endesa

Energy Projects Development

Energy World International

ENGAS

ENH

ENH Mozambique

ENI Group

ENN Energy Holdings

ENOS LNG

EOG Resources Canada Inc

EON

Excelerate Energy

Excelerate Liquefaction Solutions

Exmar

Exmar Marine NV

Exmar Shipping Group

ExxonMobil

Fairbanks Natural Gas

Fairwood Group

Fenosa Reganosa

Fincantieri

Fjord Line AS

FLEX LNG

Flint Hills Resources

Fluor Corporation

Fluxys

FMC Technologies

Fortis BC Energy

Foster Wheeler

Freeport LNG

Freeport-McMoRan Energy (FME)

Frontline

Fujian Energy

Fujian Investment

GAIL - Indian State Owned Natural Gas Processing and Distribution Company

Galp Energia Group

Gas Atacama

Gas Natural

Gas Sayago

Gaschem Services

GasEner SLR

Gasfil

Gasfin Development S.A.

Gasnor Shell

Gasol Plc

Gastrade

Gasum

Gasunie

Gavle Hamn

Gaz Métro LNG

GazOcean

Gazprom

Gazprom Marketing and Trading

Gazprombank

Gaztransport & Technigaz (GTT)

GDF Suez

GE Oil & Gas

GE-Energy

General Dynamics (GD)

Golar

Golar LNG Partners

Goldboro LNG

Government of Brunei

Government of Oman

Granherne

Grassy Point Projects

Guangdong Gas

Guangdong Yuedian

Gujarat State Petroleum Corp

Gulf LNG

Gyproc AS

Hainan Development

Haisla Nation Limited Partnership (HNLP)

Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction Company Ltd. (HHIC)

Hanjin Shipping Co. Ltd

Harvey Gulf International Marine

Hawaiian Electric Company

HDW Kiel

Hess

Hess Corporation

HFW LLP

Hiranandani Electricity

Hiroshima Gas

Hiroshima LNG

Hoegh

Höegh LNG

Höegh LNG Holdings Ltd.

Hogaki Zosen

Hokkaido Gas

Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft (HDW)

Huaneng Group

Hudong Zhonghua

Hudong Zhonghua Shipbuilding (Group) Co. (HZ)

Humpuss Intermoda Transportasi

Hunt Oil

Hyproc Shipping Co

Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI)

Hyundai Merchant Marine Co., Ltd.Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries (HSHI)

I.M. Skaugen

Iberdrola

Idemitsu Kosan

IHI Shipbuilding (IHI)

IINO Kaiun Kaisha Ltd.

Imabari Shipbuilding

India Oil Corporation

Inpex Browse Ltd

INPEX Corporation (INPEX)

Interoil

InterStream Barging

Iraq's South Gas Company

Ishikawajima Harima Heavy Industries

Israel Electricity Corporation

Isramco Negev 2 Limited Partnership

Itochu

IZAR

Japan Exploration Co. Ltd (Japex)

Japan Petroleum Exploration Company

JAPEX

Jensen Maritime

Jereh Group

JGC Corporation

Jiangnan Shipbuilding Group

Jiangsu Guoxin

JILCO

Jordanian National Electricity and Power Company

JX Energy

JX Nippon Oil & Energy

KANFA Aragon

Kansai Electric

Kawasaki Heavy Industries (Kawasaki)

Kawasaki Sakaide Works

KBR Corporation

Keppel Offshore and Marine (Keppel)

Kestrel Energy

KG Berau

KG Wiriagar

Kinder Morgan

Kinsault Energy

Klaipedos Nafta

K-Line America Inc.

KNPC (Kuwait National Petroleum Company)

Knutsen OAS Shipping

KOGAS

Korea Gas Corporation (KOGAS)

Korea Line Corporation

K-Power

KUFPEC

Kunlun Energy Company Limited

Kuwait Foreign Petroleum

Kvaerner Masa

Kyushu Electric Power Company

Leif Höegh & Co

Levant LNG

Leviathan Partners

Linde Engineering

Linde Group

Linde Process Plants Inc.

Liquefied Natural Gas Limited

Liquid Niugini Gas Ltd.

Liquiline

Lloyds Register

LNG America

LNG BargeCo BVBA

LNG Europe B.V.

LNG Limited

LNG Partners

Lonestar FLNG

Louisiana LNG

LTL Group (Lanka Transformer Ltd Group)

Manga LNG

Maran Gas Maritime Inc.

Marathon Oil Corporation

Marsh

Marubeni

Medco

MedGas LNG

Meridian Holdings Co.

Merubeni

Meta Petroleum Corporation

Michael Smith

MIMI - Mitsubishi and Mitsui's Japan Australia LNG joint venture

MISC Berhad

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (Mitsubishi)

Mitsui Japan Australia LNG

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL)

MODEC

MOL

Moss Maritime

Moss Rosenberg Verft

Mubadala Petroleum

Murphy Oil

Nakilat

National Gas Shipping Company Ltd. (NGSCO) of UAE

National Grid Transco

National Iranian Gas Export Company (NIGEC)

National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC)

Natural Gas Pipelines Company of Israel

Next Decade

Nexus Energy

Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)

Nihon Gas

Nihonkai LNG

Ningbo Power

Nippon Oil

Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha

NNPC

Noble Energy

Northrop Grumman

Novatek

Oceanus LNG

Ohio Gas Company

Oil and Natural Gas Corp. Ltd

Okinawa EP

OLT Offshore

ONGC

Ophir Energy

Orca LNG

Oregon LNG

Origin Energy

Osaka Gas

Overseas Shipholding Group Inc.

Oy AGA Ab

Pacific LNG

Pacific Midstream Holding Corp

Pacific Oil and Gas

Pacific Rubiales

Pacific Rubiales Corporation

Pangea LNG

Paradip Port Trust

Pavilion Energy

Peninsula Group

Perbadanan

Perenco Cameroon

Pertamina

Pertamina, Medco Energi International Tbk

Petrobangla - National Oil Company of Bangladesh

Petrobras

PetroChina

Petroleous de Venezuela (Pdvsa)

PetroleumBRUNEI

Petromin LNG

Petromin PNG Holdings Limited

Petronas

Petronet

PetroSA

Petrovietnam

PGN (Perusahaan Gas Negara PGN)

Phillips Petroleum Company

Pieridae Energy

Pieridae Energy Canada

Pinsent Masons LLP

Plinacro

Plum Energy

PNG FLNG

Polish Oil and Gas Co.

Polski LNG

Port Meridian Energy Ltd.

POSCO

Preem Petroleum Corporation

Primorsk Shipping

Pronav

PT EMP Energi Indonesia

PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara

PTT LNG

PTTEP (Exploration and Production Division of the National Oil Company of Thailand)

Publigas

Puget Sound Energy

PV Gas (Gas Division of PetroVietnam)

Qatar Petroleum

Qatar Petroleum International

Quantum

Queensland Gas Company Ltd

Ratio Oil Exploration

Regasificadora del Noroeste, S.A.

Reliance Industries Limited

REN

Repsol

Ronshong Heavy Industries Group

Rosneft

Royal Dutch Shell

Royal Haskoning

Royal Vopak

RWE Group

RWE-DEA

Sabine Pass Liquefaction

Sabine Pass LNG

Saga Fjordbase

Saibu Gas

Saipem

Sakaide LNG

Salof

Samsung C&T

Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI)

San Leon Energy

Santos GLNG

Sasol

SBM Offshore

SCT&E LNG

Sembawang

Sempra Energy

Sendai Municipal Gas

Sevan Marine

Shaanxi Yanchang Petroleum Group

Shanghai Gas Group

Shanghai Waigaogio Shipbuilding

Shell Developments Australia

Shenergy Group

Shenghui Gas

Shenzhen Energy Group

Shinwa

Shipping Corp of India (SCI)

Singapore LNG

SinoGas

Sinopec

SK Energy

SK Innovation Co. Ltd

SK Shipping

Skangass AS

Smart Gas Monfalcone

SNH

SOCAR

Société Nationale des Hydrocarbures

Sonangol

Sonatrach

Southern Energy

Southern LNG

Southern Union

Sovcomflot

Spectra Energy

Spectrum LNG

Stabilis Energy

State Oil Company of Azerbaijan (SOCAR)

Statoil

Steana LNG

Stena Bulk

STX Offshore & Shipbuilding Co. Ltd (STX)

STX Pan Ocean

Sumitomo Corporation

Swan Energy

Swedegas

Taizhou Wuzhou Shipbuilding

Talisman

Tamar Partnership

Technip

Teekay Corporation

Tenaska NG Fuels

TEPCO

Texaco

Texas LNG

TGE Gas Engineering

TGE Marine Engineering

Thenamaris

Toho Gas

Tohoku

Tokyo Electric Power Company

Tokyo Gas

TonenGeneral

Total

Total S.A.

Toyo Engineering

Tractebel Engineering (GDF SUEZ)

TransCanada

Tsakos Energy Navigation Ltd.

Tsurumi Sunmarine

Tullow

Union Fenosa

United LNG

United Parcel Service (UPS)

Universal Shipbuilding Corporation

Veka Deen LNG

Veka Group

Venture Global

Veresen, Inc.

VGS Group Inc (Vessel Gasification Solutions)

Vickers Shipyard

VICO Indonesia

Vopak

Waller Marine

Wartsila Hamworthy

WesPac

Wintershall

Wison Group

Wison Offshore and Marine

Woodside Petroleum

WorleyParsons

Wuchang Shipbuilding

Xilan Natural Gas Group

Yantai Port Group Ltd

Yemen Gas Company

Yudian Group

Zhejiang EnergyGroup Co Ltd

Government Agencies and Other Organisations Mentioned in This Report 

Australian National Offshore Petroleum Safety and Environmental Management Authority

Beijing Municipal Government

BJP (India)

British Geological Survey (BGS)

Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB)

China Ministry of Land and Resources

Chinese Communist Party (CCP)

Conference Board

Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) UK

Department of Energy (DoE) US

EIA - Energy Information Administration

EITI (the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative)

Energy Information Administration (EIA), US

EU - European Union

European Commission

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)

Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (Germany)

Filipino Department of Energy

Frelimo

Great Lakes Maritime Research Institute

Greek Public Gas Corporation (DEPA)

Haisla Nation

Indonesian State Owned Enterprise (SOE) Ministry

International Court of Justice

International Energy Agency (IEA)

International Gas Union (IGU)

International Maritime Organisation (IMO)

International Monetary Fund (IMF)

Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry

Japanese NRA

Jordan Ministry of Energy

Lebanon Ministry of Energy and Water

LNG Allies

Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore

Ministry of State Enterprises - Portal Nasional Indonesia

Ministry of Water Resources

NASA

National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) of China

National Energy Administration (NEA) China

National Gas Public Company of Cyprus (DEFA)

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

NERA

New York City Department of Transportation

OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development)

Office of the Federal Coordinator for Alaska Natural Gas Transportation Projects (Arcticgas)

OPEC (Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries)

Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC)

Pakistan Government Payment Guarantees

Pakistani Petroleum Ministry

Pakistani Supreme Court

RAE - Greek Energy Regulator

Renamo

Rosneft

Russian Development Bank, VEB

Russian National Wealth Fund

State Agency for Investment and National Projects of Ukraine

State Owned Enterprise Ministry (SoE) (Indonesia)

State Pricing Bureau of China

The Alberta Geological Survey

Transparency International

Ukrainian Army

US Federal Reserve

US Maritime Administration

Volta River Authority of Ghana

World Bank

World Economic Forum

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