Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry Outlook in North America, 2012 - Capacity Analysis, Forecasts and Details of All Operating and Planned Storage Terminals to 2015

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Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry Outlook in North America, 2012 - Capacity Analysis, Forecasts and Details of All Operating and Planned Storage Terminals to 2015

Summary GlobalData's energy offering, "Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry Outlook in North America, 2012 - Capacity Analysis, Forecasts and Details of All Operating and Planned Storage Terminals to 2015" is the essential source for industry data and information relating to the oil and chemicals storage industry in North America. It provides asset level information relating to active and planned oil and chemicals storage terminals in North America. The profiles of major companies operating in the oil and chemicals storage industry in North America are included in the report. The latest news and deals relating to the sector are also provided and analyzed.

This report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GlobalData's team of industry experts.

Scope

- Updated information relating to all active and planned oil and chemicals storage terminals- Provides historical data from 2005 to 2011, forecast to 2015- Information on operator and commodity information for all active and planned oil and chemicals storage terminals- Identifies key trends and issues in the oil and chemicals storage industry- Information on the top companies in the sector including business description, strategic analysis. Key companies covered are Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, L.P., NuStar Energy L.P. and Plains All American Pipeline, L.P.- Strategy changes, R&D projects, corporate expansions and contractions and regulatory changes.- Key mergers and acquisitions, partnerships, private equity investments and IPOs.

Reasons to buy

- Obtain the most up to date information available on storage terminals in North America- Identify growth segments and opportunities in North American oil storage industry.- Facilitate market analysis and forecasting of future industry trends.- Facilitate decision making on the basis of strong historical and forecast capacity data - Assess your competitor's oil storage terminal network and its capacity- Understand and respond to your competitors business structure, strategy and prospects.- Develop strategies based on the latest operational, financial, and regulatory events. - Do deals with an understanding of how competitors are financed, and the mergers and partnerships that have shaped the market.- Identify and analyze the strengths and weaknesses of the leading companies in North America. 1 Table Of Contents1 Table Of Contents 21.1 List Of Tables 51.2 List Of Figures 82 Introduction 92.1 What Is This Report About? 92.2 How to Use this Report? 92.3 Market Definitions 93 North America Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry 103.1 North America Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry, Key Data 103.2 North America Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry, Storage Operations 103.2.1 North America Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry, Total Storage Capacity 103.3 North America Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry, Canada 113.3.1 Canada, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity 123.4 North America Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry, The United States 143.4.1 The United States, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity 153.5 North America Oil and Chemicals Storage Industry, Planned Terminals 774 Profile of Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, L.P. 784.1 Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, L.P., Key Information 784.2 Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, L.P., Company Overview 784.3 Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, L.P., Business Description 784.3.1 Business Overview 784.3.2 CO2 794.3.3 Kinder Morgan Canada 794.3.4 Natural Gas Pipelines 804.3.5 Products Pipelines 814.3.6 Terminals 824.4 Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, L.P., SWOT Analysis 824.4.1 Overview 824.4.2 Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, L.P. Strengths 834.4.3 Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, L.P. Weaknesses 844.4.4 Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, L.P. Opportunities 844.4.5 Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, L.P. Threats 855 Profile of NuStar Energy L.P. 875.1 NuStar Energy L.P., Key Information 875.2 NuStar Energy L.P., Company Overview 875.3 NuStar Energy L.P., Business Description 875.3.1 Business Overview 875.3.2 Asphalt and Fuels Marketing 885.3.3 Storage 885.3.4 Transportation 895.4 NuStar Energy L.P., SWOT Analysis 905.4.1 Overview 905.4.2 NuStar Energy L.P. Strengths 915.4.3 NuStar Energy L.P. Weaknesses 925.4.4 NuStar Energy L.P. Opportunities 935.4.5 NuStar Energy L.P. Threats 956 Profile of Plains All American Pipeline, L.P. 976.1 Plains All American Pipeline, L.P., Key Information 976.2 Plains All American Pipeline, L.P., Company Overview 976.3 Plains All American Pipeline, L.P., Business Description 976.3.1 Business Overview 976.3.2 Facilities 986.3.3 Supply & Logistics 996.3.4 Transportation 996.4 Plains All American Pipeline, L.P., SWOT Analysis 1006.4.1 Overview 1006.4.2 Plains All American Pipeline, L.P. Strengths 1016.4.3 Plains All American Pipeline, L.P. Weaknesses 1026.4.4 Plains All American Pipeline, L.P. Opportunities 1036.4.5 Plains All American Pipeline, L.P. Threats 1047 Financial Deals Landscape 1057.1 Detailed Deal Summary 1057.1.1 Acquisition 1057.1.2 Private Equity 1097.1.3 Equity Offerings 1117.1.4 Debt Offerings 1197.1.5 Partnerships 1267.1.6 Asset Transactions 1288 Recent Developments 1308.1 Strategy and Business Expansion 1308.1.1 Feb 13, 2012: Enterprise Products Partners To Expand ECHO Crude Oil Storage Facility 1308.1.2 Jan 29, 2012: NuStar To Further Expand St. Eustatius Terminal, Turkey Facilities 1308.1.3 Nov 30, 2011: Kinder Morgan To Add 2.4 MMbbl Of New Storage Capacity At Its Edmonton Terminal In Strathcona County, Alberta 1318.1.4 Nov 08, 2011: Kinder Morgan To Build New Oil Terminal On Houston Ship Channel 1318.1.5 Sep 22, 2011: Plains All American Pipeline To Expand St. James Terminal In Louisiana 1328.2 Other Significant Developments 1338.2.1 Mar 09, 2012: Sunoco Takes Steps To Ensure Reliability Of Supply 1338.2.2 Mar 08, 2012: ExxonMobil Plans Five-year Investment Of $185 Billion To Develop New Energy Supplies 1338.2.3 Mar 01, 2012: TransCanada Launches Binding Open Season For Keystone Hardisty Terminal 1348.2.4 Feb 21, 2012: Magellan Midstream Extends Open Season For Crane-to-Houston Shipments To March 1, 2012 1358.2.5 Jan 30, 2012: Inter Pipeline Fund Announces 2012 Capital Expenditure Program 1358.2.6 Jan 27, 2012: Enbridge Energy Defers Preliminary Review Of 2011 Results Of Operations 1378.2.7 Jan 16, 2012: Mercuria Energy Launches Terminal To Ship Crude Oil On Panhandle Northern Railway 1388.2.8 Jan 12, 2012: Hess Announces $6.8 Billion For 2012 Capital And Exploratory Budget 1388.2.9 Jan 04, 2012: Western Refining Appoints Sigmund Cornelius To Its Board 1398.2.10 Dec 20, 2011: Enbridge Proceeding With Gulf Coast Access Project 1398.2.11 Dec 16, 2011: Koch Pipeline Puts Helena Terminal In Operation 1408.2.12 Dec 14, 2011: Gibson Energy Announces Capital Budget Of $173m For 2012 1408.3 New Contracts Announcements 1428.3.1 Feb 03, 2012: CB&I Wins Storage Tank Contract From BOSTCO 1428.3.2 Nov 16, 2011: Rangeland Energy To Handle Bakken Shale Crude Oil For Flint Hills Resources 1428.3.3 May 18, 2011: Velocity Midstream Signs Long-Term Agreement With Shell 1439 Appendix 1449.1 Abbreviations 1449.2 Methodology 1449.2.1 Coverage 1449.2.2 Secondary Research 1459.2.3 Primary Research 1459.3 Contact Us 1459.4 Disclaimer 146

List of Tables

Table 1: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Key Statistics, 2011 10Table 2: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity by Country (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 10Table 3: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in Canada (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 12Table 4: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in Canada (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.1) 13Table 5: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in Canada (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.2) 14Table 6: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 15Table 7: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.1) 16Table 8: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.2) 17Table 9: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.3) 18Table 10: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.4) 19Table 11: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.5) 20Table 12: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.6) 21Table 13: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.7) 22Table 14: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.8) 23Table 15: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.9) 24Table 16: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.10) 25Table 17: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.11) 26Table 18: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.12) 27Table 19: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.13) 28Table 20: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.14) 29Table 21: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.15) 30Table 22: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.16) 31Table 23: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.17) 32Table 24: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.18) 33Table 25: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.19) 34Table 26: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.20) 35Table 27: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.21) 36Table 28: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.22) 37Table 29: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.23) 38Table 30: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.24) 39Table 31: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.25) 40Table 32: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.26) 41Table 33: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.27) 42Table 34: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.28) 43Table 35: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.29) 44Table 36: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.30) 45Table 37: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.31) 46Table 38: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.32) 47Table 39: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.33) 48Table 40: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.34) 49Table 41: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.35) 50Table 42: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.36) 51Table 43: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.37) 52Table 44: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.38) 53Table 45: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.39) 54Table 46: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.40) 55Table 47: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.41) 56Table 48: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.42) 57Table 49: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.43) 58Table 50: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.44) 59Table 51: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.45) 60Table 52: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.46) 61Table 53: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.47) 62Table 54: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.48) 63Table 55: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.49) 64Table 56: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.50) 65Table 57: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.51) 66Table 58: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.52) 67Table 59: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.53) 68Table 60: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.54) 69Table 61: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.55) 70Table 62: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.56) 71Table 63: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.57) 72Table 64: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.58) 73Table 65: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.59) 74Table 66: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.60) 75Table 67: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity in the United States (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 (Contd.61) 76Table 68: North America, Planned Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity (Thousand M3), 2012-2015 77Table 69: Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, L.P., Key Facts 78Table 70: Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, L.P., SWOT Analysis 83Table 71: NuStar Energy L.P., Key Facts 87Table 72: NuStar Energy L.P., SWOT Analysis 91Table 73: Plains All American Pipeline, L.P., Key Facts 97Table 74: Plains All American Pipeline, L.P., SWOT Analysis 101Table 75: Pembina Pipeline To Acquire Provident Energy For $3.13 Billion 105Table 76: Icahn Associates And Icahn Capital Acquire 14.5% Stake In CVR Energy For $145 Million 107Table 77: TransMontaigne Partners Sold Remaining 50% Stake In Battleground Oil Specialty Terminal To Kinder Morgan Energy Partners 108Table 78: GE Energy Financial Services Acquires 58% Stake In Lightfoot Capital Partners From Magnetar Capital Partners For $85 Million 109Table 79: Lindsay Goldberg Completes Acquisition Of 49% Stake In Odfjell Terminals In Rotterdam, Houston And Charleston From For $247 Million 110Table 80: Plains All American Pipeline Completes Public Offering Of Units For $460 Million 111Table 81: Kinder Morgan Energy Partners Announces Public Offering Of Common Units For Up To $908 Million 112Table 82: Keyera Completes Public Offering Of Shares For $204 Million 114Table 83: Martin Midstream Partners Completes Public Offering Of Units For $96 Million 116Table 84: Targa Resources Partners Completes Public Offering Of Units For $169 Million 117Table 85: Inergy Midstream Completes IPO Of Units For $313 Million 118Table 86: Plains All American Pipeline Prices Public Offering Of 3.125% Senior Notes Due 2042 For $500 Million 119Table 87: Plains All American Pipeline Prices Public Offering Of 3.65% Senior Notes Due 2022 For $750 Million 120Table 88: Holly Energy Partners Completes Private Placement Of 6.5% Senior Notes Due 2020 For $300 Million 121Table 89: NuStar Logistics Prices Private Placement Of 4.75% Senior Notes Due 2022 For $250 Million 123Table 90: Genesis Energy Announces And Prices Private Placement Of 7.875% Notes Due 2018 For $100 Million 124Table 91: Targa Resources Partners Completes Private Placement Of 6.375% Notes Due 2022 For $400 Million 125Table 92: Williams Partners Plans To Form Joint Venture To Develop Midstream Infrastructure In Ohio And Pennsylvania 126Table 93: Kinder Morgan Energy Partners And Martin Midstream Partners Form Rail Terminal Joint Venture In Texas 127Table 94: Buckeye Tank Terminals To Acquire New York Harbor Marine Terminal Facility From Chevron For $260 Million 128

List of Figures

Figure 1: North America, Oil and Chemicals Storage Capacity by Country (Thousand M3) 2005-2015 11

Companies mentioned

Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, L.P.

NuStar Energy L.P.

Plains All American Pipeline, L.P.

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