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Pipeline Industry to 2015 - Energy Demand in Asia Pacific and Uptake of Unconventional Gas Driving Growth

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Pipeline Industry to 2015 - Energy Demand in Asia Pacific and Uptake of Unconventional Gas Driving Growth

Summary

GBI Research's new report, "Pipeline Industry to 2015 – Energy Demand in Asia Pacific and Uptake of Unconventional Gas Driving Growth" provides key information and analysis of the oil, gas and product pipeline industry globally. The report covers the analysis and key statistics on the crude oil, natural gas and petroleum product pipelines. It also covers the geographic analysis on the basis of regions including Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East and Africa, North America and South and Central America by each of the pipeline types. It also covers the major pipelines in each of the geographic regions. Market structure, competitive snapshot and profiles of major companies have also been covered in the report. This report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GBI Research's team of industry experts. The global pipeline industry is in a growth phase. Gas pipeline construction is currently booming, as midstream operators develop capacity to transport natural gas emerging from unconventional plays. This will increase the number of pipeline construction projects to be completed in the coming year and total capacity. The growth of unconventional gas will require new pipeline capacity over the next decade.

Scope

The report analyses market opportunities and challenges in the global pipeline industry. Its scope includes -

- Key geographies including Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East and Africa, North America and South and Central America.

- Qualitative analysis of key success factors and trends in the global pipeline industry

- Key statistics of the global pipeline industry by region such as pipeline length, major pipelines and planned pipelines.

- Key statistics of the global pipeline industry by crude oil, natural gas and petroleum product pipelines

- Competitive landscape including market structure, competitive snapshot and profiles of major companies in the pipeline industry in different geographic regions. Key players covered include PetroChina, GAIL India, Indian Oil Corporation Limited, Gazprom, Transneft, Naftogaz Ukraine, Sonatrach, Egyptian Natural Gas Company, Nigerian National Petroleum Company, Exxon Mobil Corporation, Chevron Corporation, ConocoPhillips, BP p.l.c, Pemex, Repsol and others.

- Key topics also covered include the trends and challenges and deal analysis

Reasons to buy

The report will enhance your decision making capability in a more rapid and time sensitive manner. It will allow you to -

- Develop business strategies by understanding the factors affecting the global pipeline industry.

- Identify the key factors that are driving the market growth of the pipeline industry.

- Identify key players best positioned to take advantage of the emerging market opportunities

- Develop business strategies and future plans by understanding of the pipeline industry future trends by region.

- Make more informed business decisions from the insightful and in-depth analysis of the global pipeline industry and the factors shaping it

Table of Contents

1 Table of Contents

1 Table of Contents 4

1.1 List of Tables 7

1.2 List of Figures 8

2 Pipeline Industry to 2015 – Introduction 9

2.1 Report Guidance 9

3 Global Pipeline Industry to 2015 – Overview 10

3.1 Global Pipeline Industry, an Overview 10

3.2 Global Pipeline Industry, Natural Gas Pipelines, Geographic Analysis 11

3.3 Global Pipeline Industry, Petroleum Product Pipelines, Geographic Analysis 12

3.4 Global Pipeline Industry, Crude Oil Pipelines, Geographic Analysis 13

3.5 Pipeline Industry Deal Analysis, Q1 2009–Q4 2011 14

3.5.1 Major Deals, 2011 16

4 Global Pipeline Industry, Key Trends and Challenges 17

4.1 Growing Energy Demand in Asia Pacific will Drive Pipeline Construction 17

4.2 Canadian Oil Sands Development Has Led To Expansion in Pipeline Infrastructure in North America 17

4.3 Increasing Development of Gas Shale Plays in the US Boosting Pipeline Network Expansions in North America 19

4.4 LNG Giving a Tough Competition to Pipeline Industry 19

4.5 New Offshore Pipeline Technologies Reducing the Cost of Pipeline in Deepwater 19

5 Pipeline Industry in Asia Pacific to 2015 20

5.1 Asia Pacific Pipeline Industry, Overview 20

5.2 Asia Pacific Pipeline Industry, Key Trends and Challenges 21

5.2.1 Growing Energy Demand in Asia Pacific Encouraging Pipeline Construction 21

5.2.2 Strong Demand for LNG Encourages Australia to Invest Heavily in Natural Gas Production Creating Competition for Pipeline Industry 23

5.3 Asia Pacific Pipeline Industry, Major Natural Gas Pipelines 23

5.4 Asia Pacific Pipeline Industry, Major Crude Oil Pipelines 23

5.5 Asia Pacific Pipeline Industry, Major Petroleum Product Pipelines 24

5.6 Asia Pacific, Market Structure and Competitive Snapshot of Major Pipeline Operators, 2011 25

5.6.1 Key Pipeline Companies, Natural Gas Pipelines, Asia Pacific 25

5.6.2 Key Pipeline Companies, Crude Oil Pipelines, Asia Pacific 26

5.6.3 Key Pipeline Companies, Petroleum Product Pipelines, Asia Pacific 27

5.7 Profile of major companies 28

5.7.1 Petrochina 28

5.7.2 GAIL India 28

5.7.3 Kaztransoil 28

5.7.4 China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation 29

5.7.5 Indian Oil Corporation Limited 29

6 Pipeline Industry in Europe to 2015 30

6.1 Europe Pipeline Industry, Overview 30

6.2 Europe Pipeline Industry, Key Trends and Challenges 31

6.2.1 Increasing Pipeline Transmission Capacity 31

6.2.2 Russia and Kazakhstan Will Be the Leading Crude Oil Producers in the Region In 2020 31

6.3 Europe Pipeline Industry, Major Natural Gas Pipelines 32

6.4 Europe Pipeline Industry, Major Crude Oil Pipelines 32

6.5 Europe Pipeline Industry, Major Petroleum Product Pipelines 33

6.6 Europe, Market Structure and Competitive Snapshot of Major Pipeline Operators, 2011 34

6.6.1 Key Pipeline Companies, Natural Gas Pipelines, Europe 34

6.6.2 Key Pipeline Companies, Crude Oil Pipelines, Europe 35

6.6.3 Key Pipeline Companies, Petroleum Product Pipelines, Europe 36

6.7 Profile of major Companies 37

6.7.1 OAO Gazprom 37

6.7.2 Naftogaz of Ukraine NJSC 37

6.7.3 OAO AK Transneft 37

6.7.4 BOTAS – Petroleum Pipeline Corporation 37

7 Pipeline Industry in Middle East and Africa to 2015 38

7.1 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Overview 38

7.2 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Key Trends and Challenges 39

7.2.1 Increase In Crude Oil and Natural Gas Production Leading To Growth Of Pipeline Industry 39

7.2.2 Saudi Arabia and Iran will be the Leading Crude Oil Producers in the Middle East and Africa in 2020 43

7.3 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Major Natural Gas Pipelines 43

7.4 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Major Crude Oil Pipelines 43

7.5 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Major Petroleum Product Pipelines 44

7.6 Middle East and Africa, Market Structure and Competitive Snapshot of Major Pipeline Operators, 2011 45

7.6.1 Key Pipeline Companies, Natural Gas Pipelines, Middle East and Africa 45

7.6.2 Key Pipeline Companies, Crude Oil Pipelines, Middle East and Africa 46

7.6.3 Key Pipeline Companies, Petroleum Product Pipelines, Middle East and Africa 47

7.7 Profile of major companies 48

7.7.1 Sonatrach 48

7.7.2 Egyptian Natural Gas Company 48

7.7.3 National Iranian Oil Refining and Distribution Company 48

7.7.4 Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation 48

8 Pipeline Industry in North America to 2015 49

8.1 North America Pipeline Industry, Overview 49

8.2 North America, Key Trends and Challenges 50

8.2.1 North American Oil and Gas Production to Increase Leading to Increase in Pipeline Network 50

8.2.2 North America, Shale Gas Boosting Pipeline Industry 50

8.3 North America Pipeline Industry, Major Natural Gas Pipelines 50

8.4 North America Pipeline Industry, Major Crude Oil Pipelines 51

8.5 North America Pipeline Industry, Major Petroleum Product Pipelines 51

8.6 North America, Market Structure and Competitive Snapshot of Major Pipeline Operators, 2011 52

8.6.1 Key Pipeline Companies, Natural Gas Pipelines, North America 52

8.6.2 Key Pipeline Companies, Crude Oil Pipelines, North America 53

8.6.3 Key Pipeline Companies, Petroleum Product Pipelines, North America 54

8.7 Profile of Major Companies 55

8.7.1 Exxon Mobil Corporation 55

8.7.2 Chevron Corporation 55

8.7.3 El Paso Corporation 55

8.7.4 Spectra Energy Corp 55

8.7.5 ConocoPhillips 56

8.7.6 BP p.l.c 56

8.7.7 Enbridge Inc 56

8.7.8 Sunoco Logistics Partners 56

9 Pipeline Industry in South and Central America to 2015 57

9.1 South and Central America Pipeline, Overview 57

9.2 South and Central America Pipeline Industry, Key Trends and Challenges 58

9.2.1 Brazil to Emerge as the Leading Crude Oil Producer in South and Central America, Surpassing Venezuela and Mexico Driving the Growth in Pipeline Industry 58

9.2.2 Strong Growth in Natural Gas Demand Forces Mexico to Invest in the Construction of Three New LNG Regasification Terminals Creating Competition in the Pipeline Infrastructure 58

9.2.3 Need for Greater Pipeline Transmission Capacities 58

9.2.4 High Demand for Natural Gas Boosting Pipeline Infrastructure 58

9.3 South and Central America Pipeline Industry, Major Natural Gas Pipelines 59

9.4 South and Central America Pipeline Industry, Major Crude Oil Pipelines 59

9.5 South and Central America Pipeline Industry, Major Petroleum Product Pipelines 60

9.6 South and Central America, Market Structure and Competitive Snapshot of Major Pipeline Operators, 2011 61

9.6.1 Key Pipeline Companies, Natural Gas Pipelines, South and Central America 61

9.6.2 Key Pipeline Companies, Crude Oil Pipelines, South and Central America 62

9.6.3 Key Pipeline Companies, Petroleum Product Pipelines, South and Central America 63

9.7 Profile of Major companies 64

9.7.1 Petroleos Mexicanos 64

9.7.2 Total 64

9.7.3 Ecopetrol S.A 64

9.7.4 Empresa Nacional del Petroleo 64

9.7.5 Energia Argentina 64

9.7.6 GDF SUEZ Energy International 65

9.7.7 Transredes S.A. 65

9.7.8 Repsol YPF, S.A. 65

10 Global Pipeline Projects 66

10.1 Planned Pipelines, Key Statistics, 2010 66

10.2 Major Pipelines 67

10.2.1 Blue Stream Pipeline 67

10.2.2 GreenStream 67

10.2.3 Langeled 67

10.2.4 Nord Stream 67

10.2.5 Alaska Gas Pipeline 67

10.2.6 Rockies Express Pipeline 67

10.2.7 West East gas pipeline 67

10.2.8 Dolphin Project 67

10.2.9 West African Gas Pipeline 68

10.2.10 Hugo Pipeline 68

10.2.11 Trans Saharan Gas pipeline 68

10.2.12 Nabucco Gas pipeline 68

10.2.13 South Stream 69

10.2.14 TAPI Gas pipeline 69

10.2.15 Galsi Pipeline 69

11 Appendix 70

11.1 Methodology 70

11.1.1 Coverage 70

11.1.2 Secondary Research 70

11.1.3 Primary Research 71

11.1.4 Expert Panel Validation 71

11.2 Abbreviations 71

11.3 Contact Us 72

11.4 About GBI Research 72

11.5 Disclaimer 72

List of Tables

1.1 List of Tables

Table 1: Key Pipeline Statistics, Global, 2010 10

Table 2: Natural Gas Pipelines, Percentage Pipeline Share by Region, 2010 11

Table 3: Petroleum Product Pipelines, Percentage Pipeline Share by Region, 2010 12

Table 4: Crude Oil Pipelines, Percentage Pipeline Share by Region, 2010 13

Table 5: Pipeline Industry, Number of Deals, Global, Q1 2009- Q4 2010 14

Table 6: Pipeline Industry, Deal Value , Global, ($m) 2010 15

Table 7: Pipeline Industry, Major Deals, Q1 2009–Q1 2011 16

Table 8: Key Pipeline Statistics, Asia Pacific, 2010 20

Table 9: Pipeline Industry, Top five Countries, Asia Pacific , Length (km) 2010 20

Table 10: Crude Oil, Historical and Forecast Production and Consumption (Thousand Barrels Per Day), Asia Pacific, 1996–2020 22

Table 11: Major Natural Gas Pipelines, Asia Pacific, 2010 23

Table 12: Major Crude Oil Pipelines, Asia Pacific, 2010 23

Table 13: Major Petroleum Product Pipelines, Asia Pacific, 2010 24

Table 14: Natural Gas Pipelines, Key Pipeline Companies, Asia Pacific, 2010 25

Table 15: Crude Oil Pipelines, Key Pipeline Companies, Asia Pacific, 2010 26

Table 16: Petroleum Product Pipelines, Key Pipeline Companies, Asia Pacific, 2010 27

Table 17: Pipeline Key Statistics, Europe, 2010 30

Table 18: Pipeline Industry, Top five Countries, Europe ,Pipeline Length (km) 2010 30

Table 19: Major Natural Gas Pipelines, Europe, 2010 32

Table 20: Major Crude Oil Pipelines, Europe, 2010 32

Table 21: Major Petroleum Product Pipelines, Europe, 2010 33

Table 22: Natural Gas Pipelines, Key Pipeline Companies, Europe, 2010 34

Table 23: Crude oil Pipelines, Key Pipeline Companies, Europe, 2010 35

Table 24: Petroleum Product Pipelines, Key Pipeline Companies, Europe, 2010 36

Table 25: Pipeline Key Statistics, Middle East and Africa, 2010 38

Table 26: Pipeline Industry, Top five Countries, Middle East and Africa , Length (km) 2010 38

Table 27: Crude Oil Market, Middle East and Africa, Historical and Forecast Production and Consumption of Crude Oil (Thousand bpd), 1996–2020 40

Table 28: Natural Gas Market, Middle East and Africa, Historic and Forecast Production and Consumption of Natural Gas (bcf), 1996–2020 42

Table 29: Major Natural Gas Pipelines, Middle East and Africa, 2010 43

Table 30: Major Crude Oil Pipelines, Middle East and Africa, 2010 43

Table 31: Major Petroleum Product Oil Pipelines, Middle East and Africa, 2010 44

Table 32: Natural Gas Pipelines, Key Pipeline Companies, Middle East and Africa, 2010 45

Table 33: Crude Oil Pipelines, Key Pipeline Companies, Middle East and Africa, 2010 46

Table 34: Petroleum Product Pipelines, Key Pipeline Companies, Middle East and Africa, 2010 47

Table 35: Pipeline Key Statistics, North America, 2010 49

Table 36: Pipeline Industry, Top five Countries, North America , Length (km) 2010 49

Table 37: Major Natural Gas Pipelines, North America, 2010 50

Table 38: Major Crude Oil Pipelines, North America, 2010 51

Table 39: Major Petroleum Product Pipelines, North America, 2010 51

Table 40: Natural Gas Pipelines, Key Pipeline Companies, North America, 2010 52

Table 41: Crude Oil Pipelines, Key Pipeline Companies, North America, 2010 53

Table 42: Petroleum Product Pipelines, Key Pipeline Companies, North America, 2010 54

Table 43: Pipeline Key Statistics, South and Central America, 2010 57

Table 44: Pipeline Industry, Top five Countries, South and Central America , Length (km) 2010 57

Table 45: Major Natural Gas Pipelines, South and Central America, 2010 59

Table 46: Major Crude Oil Pipelines, South and Central America, 2010 59

Table 47: Major Petroleum Product Pipelines, South and Central America, 2010 60

Table 48: Natural Gas Pipelines, Key Pipeline Companies, South and Central America, 2010 61

Table 49: Crude Oil Pipelines, Key Pipeline Companies, South and Central America, 2010 62

Table 50: Petroleum Product Pipelines, Key Pipeline Companies, South and Central America, 2010 63

Table 51: Planned Pipelines , Key Statistics, 2010 66

Table 52: Global, Major Planned Natural Gas Pipelines, Natural Gas Pipeline Length (km), By Country, 2010 66

List of Figures

1.2 List of Figures

Figure 1: Natural Gas Pipelines, Percentage Pipeline Share by Region, 2010 11

Figure 2: Petroleum Product Pipelines, Percentage Pipeline Share by Region, 2010 12

Figure 3: Crude Oil Pipelines, Percentage Pipeline Share by Region, 2010 13

Figure 4: Pipeline Industry, Number of Deals, Global, Q1 2009- Q4 2010 14

Figure 5: Pipeline Industry, Deal Value , Global, ($m) 2010 15

Figure 6: Canadian Oil Sands 18

Figure 7: Crude Oil, Historical and Forecast Production and Consumption (Thousand Barrels Per Day), Asia Pacific, 1996–2020 21

Figure 8: Natural Gas Pipelines, Key Pipeline Companies, Asia Pacific, 2010 25

Figure 9: Crude Oil Pipelines, Key Pipeline Companies, Asia Pacific, 2010 26

Figure 10: Petroleum Product Pipelines, Key Pipeline Companies, Asia Pacific, 2010 27

Figure 11: Natural Gas Pipelines, Key Pipeline Companies, Europe, 2010 34

Figure 12: Crude oil Pipelines, Key Pipeline Companies, Europe, 2010 35

Figure 13: Petroleum Product Pipelines, Key Pipeline Companies, Europe, 2010 36

Figure 14: Crude Oil Market, Middle East and Africa, Historical and Forecast Production and Consumption of Crude Oil (Thousand bpd), 1996–2020 39

Figure 15: Natural Gas Market, Middle East and Africa, Historical and Forecast Production and Consumption of Natural Gas (bcf), 1996–2020 41

Figure 16: Natural Gas Pipelines, Key Pipeline Companies, Middle East and Africa, 2010 45

Figure 17: Crude Oil Pipelines, Key Pipeline Companies, Middle East and Africa, 2010 46

Figure 18: Petroleum Product Pipelines, Key Pipeline Companies, Middle East and Africa, 2010 47

Figure 19: Natural Gas Pipelines, Key Pipeline Companies, North America, 2010 52

Figure 20: Crude Oil Pipelines, Key Pipeline Companies, North America, 2010 53

Figure 21: Petroleum Product Pipelines, Key Pipeline Companies, North America, 2010 54

Figure 22: Natural Gas Pipelines, Key Pipeline Companies, South and Central America, 2010 61

Figure 23: Crude Oil Pipelines, Key Pipeline Companies, South and Central America, 2010 62

Figure 24: Petroleum Product Pipelines, Key Pipeline Companies, South and Central America, 2010 63

Figure 25: Pipeline Route, Nabucco, South Stream and Nord Stream 68

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