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Global LNG Outlook and Business Opportunities to 2020 - Investment Plans Steady Amidst Positive Outlook of Long Term LNG Demand

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Published Date : Oct 2013

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No. of Pages : 292 Pages


The Global LNG Outlook report from LNG ANALYSIS is a comprehensive research work with detailed analysis on the future of global LNG markets. Amidst rapid changes in market including European recession, delays in Australian LNG projects, approvals of the US liquefaction projects, increasing investments in African upstream, growth in spot volumes in South Central America, Asian and European shale prospects and FLNG developments, the report provides complete outlook of each of the LNG countries to 2020. Further, LNG investment outlook, supply - demand forecasts, capacity forecasts, technology insights are discussed in detail. The research work also evaluates the pros and cons of new project developments along with their current status, feasibility and likely impact on global markets. Further, opportunities in small and medium scale LNG and Floating LNG are evaluated.

Backed up by strong quantitative data, insights in the report aid you in formulation of your expansion, retention strategies and in merger and acquisition decisions. Feasibility of new terminals, latest trends and challenges along with short and long term outlook of all exporting and importing countries is discussed in detail.

Scope

  • 70 key LNG Trends and challenges on global and 6 regional markets analyzing the market outlook in short term and long term future
  • Supply and demand outlook for 70 countries from 2000 to 2020
  • Capital investment outlook by type, by region, Flng and for 30+ countries between 2012 and 2020
  • Current status of shale activities in 31 countries and the possible impact on LNG industry
  • Evaluation of investment and supply/ import opportunities in 26 New markets worldwide
  • Details of 139 operational and 129 planned LNG terminals including - current status, capex, start up, operator, owners, trains, capacity, location, constructor, technology and others
  • Terminal wise Outlook for liquefaction/ Regasification capacity, contracted/ spare capacity, trains, storage capacity and tanks
  • Competitive landscape, market structure, NOCs vs IOCs, active players/ new entrants along with capacity outlook of top five companies to 2020
  • Growth scope of FLNG markets with investments, capacity outlook, competition, technology, terminal details and impact on trade
TABLE OF CONTENT

1 TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.1 List of Tables
1.2 List of Figures

2 TOP 10 GLOBAL LNG TRENDS TO 2020
2.1 LNG Markets to Remain Tight till 2015 amidst Delays in construction of Liquefaction Terminals
2.1.1 Global LNG Supply and Demand Forecast by Region, 2000- 2020
2.1.2 Adequate LNG Supplies Expected Beyond 2016
2.1.3 Global Upcoming LNG Supply Additions by Region- New Terminals and Expansions, 2013- 2020
2.2 Europe to remain price-sensitive LNG buyer market
2.2.1 European LNG Prices vs. European LNG Imports, 2005- 2012
2.3 Planned and unplanned maintenance of Liquefaction plants lead to reduced trade volumes
2.3.1 Nine of Eighteen countries reduced their supplies due to planned/unplanned maintenance in 2012
2.4 Global LNG industry to attract $550 billion capital investments (capex) between 2012 and 2020
2.4.1 Global Annual LNG Capex by Region, 2012- 2020
2.4.2 Global Annual LNG Capex by Type, 2012- 2020
2.5 South and Central America to Emerge as the New LNG Import destination
2.5.1 South Central America Countries to Import around 30 Million Tonnes LNG in 2020
2.6 New discoveries in East Africa attracting investors and majors
2.6.1 Planned LNG Terminals in East Africa
2.7 Growing investments in Europe and Asia Shale Gas to Impact LNG Trade but only after 2020
2.7.1 Current Status of Shale Gas Exploration Activities in Asia Pacific
2.7.2 Current Status of Shale Gas Exploration Activities in Europe
2.7.3 Current Status of Shale Gas Exploration Activities in Africa
2.7.4 Current Status of Shale Gas Exploration Activities in North America
2.7.5 Current Status of Shale Gas Exploration Activities in South and Central America
2.8 Japan, Singapore and Shanghai Compete for Emerging as the Asian LNG Hub
2.9 Growing Domestic Demand in Liquefaction markets Impacting Supply
2.9.1 Indonesia and Malaysia witnessing strong surge in gas demand
2.9.2 Egypt planning Regasification terminals to meet its LNG export contracts
2.10 ConocoPhillips Cascade Process Emerges as the Preferred Liquefaction Technology

3 GLOBAL LNG OUTLOOK TO 2020
3.1 Global LNG Trade Volume to stand at 413.6 million tonnes in 2020
3.1.1 Global LNG trade forecast, 2000- 2020
3.1.2 LNG Trade Imports and Exports by Region, 2012
3.2 19 new Regasification and 8 liquefaction markets to Foray into LNG trade
3.2.1 Number of Countries operating in LNG Industry, 2000- 2020
3.2.2 New Entrants into global Liquefaction and Regasification Industry, 2013- 2020
3.3 Global LNG Regasification and Liquefaction Capacity Outlook by Region, 2005- 2020
3.3.1 Global LNG Liquefaction Capacity Outlook by Region, 2005- 2020
3.3.2 Global LNG Regasification Capacity Outlook by Region, 2005- 2020
3.4 North America plans world\'s largest liquefaction capacity addition of over 150 mtpa by 2020
3.4.1 Planned LNG Export Terminals in North America- Current Status, Capacity and Feasibility of Operations
3.5 Despite Fragmentation, Qatar Petroleum and KOGAS Continue to Dominate Global LNG Markets to 2020
3.5.1 Global Liquefaction Market Competitive Landscape, 2020
3.5.2 Global Liquefaction Capacity by Company Outlook, 2005- 2020
3.5.3 Global Regasification Market Competitive Landscape, 2020
3.5.4 Global Regasification Capacity by Company Outlook, 2005- 2020
3.6 FLNG Industry Witnesses Robust Growth with 35 New Terminals Planned by 2020
3.6.1 FLNG Terminals under Operation, October 2013
3.6.2 FLNG Liquefaction Terminals (Planned), 2013- 2020
3.6.3 FLNG Regasification Terminals (Planned), 2013- 2020
3.7 Global FLNG Capacity Outlook by country, 2000- 2020
3.8 LNG Companies Prefer Proven APCI and ConocoPhillips Technologies to New Technologies
3.8.1 Technology wise Liquefaction Terminals Count and Capacity, 2013
3.8.2 Technology details of Operational Liquefaction terminals
3.8.3 Technology details of Planned Liquefaction terminals, 2013- 2020

4 GLOBAL LNG INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES TO 2020
4.1 Current Status of Planned Liquefaction and Regasification Terminals
4.1.1 Global Planned Liquefaction Plants- Current Status
4.1.2 Global Planned Regasification Plants- Current Status Details
4.2 New Markets and New Projects
4.2.1 LNG Investment opportunities in Asia and Oceania
4.2.2 LNG Investment opportunities in Europe and FSU
4.2.3 LNG Investment opportunities in Middle East
4.2.4 LNG Investment opportunities in Africa
4.2.5 LNG Investment opportunities in North America
4.2.6 LNG Investment opportunities in South and Central America

5 REVIEW OF GLOBAL LNG MARKETS IN 2012
5.1 Global LNG Trade Declined first time in 2012 since 1982
5.2 Pluto LNG was the only new supply added in 2012
5.3 Five new Regasification terminals started operations in 2012
5.4 Seven out of Ten LNG importers reduced their LNG Imports in 2012
5.5 Global LNG Trade movements by Country, 2012
5.6 Global Liquefaction and Regasification by Country, 2012
5.7 Liquefaction Markets with no capacity additions tend to increase their utilization rates amidst tight markets
5.7.1 LNG Terminal Utilization Rates by Country- 2013 vs. 2011
5.8 Qatar Petroleum remained the liquefaction market leader and KOGAS- Regasification market leader

6 ASIA PACIFIC - TOP TEN LNG TRENDS TO 2020
6.1 Emergence of new demand centers opens new opportunities for LNG traders
6.2 LNG Suppliers worldwide Target Asian markets as the region will be the Key for global market growth
6.2.1 Asia Pacific Countries to Import 63% of global LNG Supplies in 2020
6.3 Japanese Keen on Developing Nuclear plants but LNG needs to fill the supply gap at least till 2015
6.4 Despite Cost and Labor challenges, Australian Projects Witness Steady Progress
6.5 Papua New Guinea likely to complete PNG LNG-Esso Highlands project as scheduled
6.6 Australia, China, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Indonesia keen on exploring shale potential
6.6.1 Asia Pacific Shale Gas Markets- Comparative Benchmarking
6.7 Asian buyers increasingly contracting with US LNG suppliers
6.8 Traditional exporters turn importers to meet LNG Supply Contracts
6.9 Traditional and Growing Asian LNG importers to be the drivers of LNG demand in the short term
6.9.1 Delays in Nuclear Plants Restart in Japan Drives demand to around 92 million tonnes in 2015
6.9.2 LNG Import volume of China and India together to increase to almost three fold by 2020
6.9.3 Bangladesh, Pakistan and Vietnam plan to start LNG import plants

7 ASIA PACIFIC LNG OUTLOOK TO 2020
7.1 Asia Pacific LNG Market at a Glance, 2013
7.1.1 Industry Overview
7.1.2 Key Figures
7.2 Asia Pacific Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Country, 2005- 2020
7.3 Asia Pacific Regasification Capacity Forecast by Country, 2005- 2020
7.4 New Capacity Additions in Asia Pacific to 2020
7.4.1 Liquefaction Capacity Additions through Planned Greenfield and Expansions of Operational Terminals
7.4.2 Regasification Capacity Additions through Planned Greenfield and Expansions of Operational Terminals
7.5 Asia Pacific LNG Capital Investment by Country, 2012-2020
7.6 Asia Pacific FLNG Capacity Forecast, 2000- 2020
7.6.1 Asia Pacific Floating Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Country, 2005- 2020
7.6.2 Asia Pacific Floating Regasification Capacity Forecast by Country, 2005- 2020
7.7 Asia Pacific Contracted Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Country, 2012- 2020
7.8 Asia Pacific LNG Industry Competitive Landscape
7.8.1 Companies with Active Operations in Asia Pacific
7.8.2 Companies Planning to Foray into Asia Pacific LNG Markets
7.8.3 National Oil Companies Vs. International Oil Companies in Asia Pacific LNG
7.8.4 Asia Pacific Liquefaction Market Structure, 2013
7.8.5 Asia Pacific Regasification Market Structure, 2013
7.8.6 Asia Pacific Liquefaction Capacity Outlook by Company, 2005- 2020
7.8.7 Asia Pacific Regasification Capacity Outlook by Company, 2005- 2020

8 EUROPE - TOP TEN LNG TRENDS TO 2020
8.1 Europe LNG to decline in short term but long term forecasts look optimistic
8.1.1 Declining GDP Rates Force Low Gas Demand, Restricting LNG Utilization Rates to Around 30%
8.1.2 Nuclear phase out decision and growing Gas fired power plants to drive Europe gas demand in the long term
8.2 Ten new LNG markets to open up in Europe by 2020
8.2.1 Upcoming LNG Markets in Europe, 2013- 2020
8.3 Reduced demand, Alternative import modes Force delay in start up of new Europe terminals
8.4 Russia keen on developing new liquefaction projects
8.5 Five European Countries plan FLNG Terminals to Gain from the US LNG
8.6 Shale Exploration is witnessing strong progress but will impact LNG only after 2018
8.7 Enagas S.A. continues to be the leading LNG company in Europe
8.8 Growth in Renewables and Energy Efficiency to impact Europe gas consumption beyond 2020
8.9 IMO- MARPOL to drive LNG usage as marine fuel beyond 2015
8.9.1 MARPOL Annex 6
8.9.2 MARPOL act to drive investments in Small and Medium LNG terminals

9 EUROPE LNG OUTLOOK TO 2020
9.1 Europe LNG Market at a Glance, 2013
9.1.1 Industry Overview
9.1.2 Key Figures
9.2 Europe Regasification Capacity Forecast by Country, 2005- 2020
9.3 Europe Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Country, 2005- 2020
9.4 New Capacity Additions in Europe to 2020
9.4.1 Liquefaction Capacity Additions through Planned Greenfield and Expansions of Operational Terminals
9.4.2 Regasification Capacity Additions through Planned Greenfield and Expansions of Operational Terminals
9.5 Europe LNG Capital Investment by Country, 2012-2020
9.6 Europe FLNG Capacity Forecast, 2000- 2020
9.6.1 Europe Floating Regasification Capacity Forecast by Country, 2005- 2020
9.7 Europe Contracted Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Country, 2012- 2020
9.8 Europe LNG Industry Competitive Landscape
9.8.1 Companies with Active Operations in Europe
9.8.2 Companies Planning to Foray into Europe LNG Markets
9.8.3 National Oil Companies Vs. International Oil Companies in Europe LNG
9.8.4 Europe Liquefaction Market Structure, 2013
9.8.5 Europe Regasification Market Structure, 2013
9.8.6 Europe Liquefaction Capacity Outlook by Company, 2005- 2020
9.8.7 Europe Regasification Capacity Outlook by Company, 2005- 2020

10 MIDDLE EAST - TOP TEN LNG TRENDS TO 2020
10.1 Middle East Exporters Prefer Sales to Diversified Markets
10.2 Low gas supply and project development costs lead to lower LNG production costs in Middle East
10.3 Middle East LNG Exports to increase at 2% AAGR between 2012 and 2020
10.4 Qatar companies prefer investing in overseas markets to adding new Capacity in Domestic markets
10.5 First Production from Iran likely in 2014
10.6 Israel Moors Floating Regasification Terminal temporarily till production from Tamar/Dalit fields commences
10.7 Iraq LNG construction tender likely to be announced in 2013
10.8 UAE and Bahrain to opt for new Regasification Terminals amidst soaring gas demand
10.9 Continued Attacks on Yemen LNG Lead to Lowered LNG Output

11 MIDDLE EAST LNG OUTLOOK TO 2020

11.1 Middle East LNG Market at a Glance, 2013
11.1.1 Industry Overview
11.1.2 Key Figures
11.2 Middle East Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Country, 2005- 2020
11.3 Middle East Regasification Capacity Forecast by Country, 2005- 2020
11.4 New Capacity Additions in Middle East to 2020
11.4.1 Liquefaction Capacity Additions through Planned Greenfield and Expansions of Operational Terminals
11.4.2 Regasification Capacity Additions through Planned Greenfield and Expansions of Operational Terminals
11.5 Middle East LNG Capital Investment by Country, 2012-2020
11.6 Middle East FLNG Capacity Forecast, 2000- 2020
11.6.1 Middle East Floating Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Country, 2005- 2020
11.6.2 Middle East Floating Regasification Capacity Forecast by Country, 2005- 2020
11.7 Middle East Contracted Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Country, 2012- 2020
11.8 Middle East LNG Industry Competitive Landscape
11.8.1 Companies with Active Operations in Middle East
11.8.2 Companies Planning to Foray into Middle East LNG Markets
11.8.3 National Oil Companies Vs. International Oil Companies in Middle East LNG
11.8.4 Middle East Liquefaction Market Structure, 2013
11.8.5 Middle East Regasification Market Structure, 2013
11.8.6 Middle East Liquefaction Capacity Outlook by Company, 2005- 2020
11.8.7 Middle East Regasification Capacity Outlook by Company, 2005- 2020

12 AFRICA - TOP TEN LNG TRENDS TO 2020
12.1 Nigeria, the largest African LNG exporter continues to face construction start up difficulties for its terminals
12.2 Algeria, Egypt and Equatorial Guinea lowered their exports during 2012
12.3 Amidst declining Europe demand, African exporters target Asian buyers
12.4 African LNG Exports to increase at an AAGR of 9.2% between 2012 and 2020
12.5 Sonatrach Keen on increasing its Liquefaction Capacity as per Schedule
12.6 East African Countries Possess Strong Potential for new LNG Supplies
12.7 Angola shipped its first LNG Cargo in June 2013, marking new supplies to global LNG trade
12.8 Around 36%of African liquefaction capacity will be available for contracts in 2020
12.9 Africa Liquefaction market concentration ratio stood at 71%

13 AFRICA LNG OUTLOOK TO 2020
13.1 Africa LNG Market at a Glance, 2013
13.1.1 Industry Overview
13.1.2 Key Figures
13.2 Africa Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Country, 2005- 2020
13.3 Africa Regasification Capacity Forecast by Country, 2005- 2020
13.4 New Capacity Additions in Africa to 2020
13.4.1 Liquefaction Capacity Additions through Planned Greenfield and Expansions of Operational Terminals
13.5 Africa LNG Capital Investment by Country, 2012-2020
13.6 Africa Contracted Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Country, 2012- 2020
13.7 Africa LNG Industry Competitive Landscape
13.7.1 Companies with Active Operations in Africa
13.7.2 Companies Planning to Foray into Africa LNG Markets
13.7.3 National Oil Companies Vs. International Oil Companies in Africa LNG
13.7.4 Africa Liquefaction Market Structure, 2013
13.7.5 Africa Liquefaction Capacity Outlook by Company, 2005- 2020

14 NORTH AMERICA- TOP TEN LNG TRENDS TO 2020
14.1 Over 40 million tonnes of LNG to be exported from North America in 2020
14.2 Investments witness Rapid rise in North America LNG markets
14.3 US Liquefaction projects- the key for global LNG future
14.4 Twelve new liquefaction terminals planned in the US
14.5 Strong Government Support Encourages Canadian LNG Companies to Plan Five new plants
14.6 25 Mtpa of North American LNG already Contracted under Long Term SPAs
14.6.1 The US Contracted LNG Capacity Forecast, 2013- 2020
14.6.2 The US Long and Medium Term SPA Contract Details
14.7 Mexico Gas Demand to bet Met through LNG in short Term and Pipeline gas in long term
14.8 Cheniere Energy, Inc. to emerge as the largest Liquefaction company by 2020 in North America
14.8.1 North America Liquefaction Capacity Outlook by Company, 2005- 2020

15 NORTH AMERICA LNG OUTLOOK TO 2020
15.1 North America LNG Market at a Glance, 2013
15.1.1 Industry Overview
15.1.2 Key Figures
15.2 North America Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Country, 2005- 2020
15.3 North America Regasification Capacity Forecast by Country, 2005- 2020
15.4 New Capacity Additions in North America to 2020
15.4.1 Liquefaction Capacity Additions through Planned Greenfield and Expansions of Operational Terminals
15.4.2 Regasification Capacity Additions through Planned Greenfield and Expansions of Operational Terminals
15.5 North America LNG Capital Investment by Country, 2012-2020
15.6 North America FLNG Capacity Forecast, 2000- 2020
15.6.1 North America Floating Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Country, 2005- 2020
15.6.2 North America Floating Regasification Capacity Forecast by Country, 2005- 2020
15.7 North America Contracted Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Country, 2012- 2020
15.8 North America LNG Industry Competitive Landscape
15.8.1 Companies with Active Operations in North America
15.8.2 Companies Planning to Foray into North America LNG Markets
15.8.3 National Oil Companies vs. International Oil Companies in North America LNG
15.8.4 North America Liquefaction Market Structure, 2013
15.8.5 North America Regasification Market Structure, 2013
15.8.6 North America Regasification Capacity Outlook by Company, 2005- 2020

16 SOUTH CENTRAL AMERICA- TOP TEN LNG TRENDS TO 2020
16.1 Boost in Economic Activity Drives LNG demand, forcing it to emerge as Net LNG Importer
16.2 South and Central America to account for around 8% of global LNG Trade in 2020
16.3 Scope of South Central America LNG Industry Continues to Widen with Eight Importers in 2020
16.4 Drought hit Brazil continues to import higher volumes of LNG
16.5 Dominican Republic, Bahamas, Jamaica, Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil and Chile plan new LNG terminals
16.6 T&T Focuses on South and Central American markets amidst reduced US demand
16.7 Countries fail to tap vast unconventional reserves
16.8 Spot and redirected Cargoes form major share of Latin American LNG Imports
16.9 Petrobras leads the fragmented South Central America LNG market
16.10 Venezuela continues to witness delays in its planned LNG projects

17 SOUTH AND CENTRAL AMERICA LNG OUTLOOK TO 2020
17.1 South and Central America LNG Market at a Glance, 2013
17.1.1 Industry Overview
17.1.2 Key Figures
17.2 South and Central America Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Country, 2005- 2020
17.3 South and Central America Regasification Capacity Forecast by Country, 2005- 2020
17.4 New Capacity Additions in South Central America to 2020
17.4.1 Liquefaction Capacity Additions through Planned Greenfield and Expansions of Operational Terminals
17.4.2 Regasification Capacity Additions through Planned Greenfield and Expansions of Operational Terminals
17.5 South and Central America LNG Capital Investment by Country, 2012-2020
17.6 South and Central America FLNG Capacity Forecast, 2000- 2020
17.6.1 South & Central America Floating Regasification Capacity Forecast by Country, 2005- 2020
17.7 South and Central America Contracted Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Country, 2012- 2020
17.8 South and Central America LNG Industry Competitive Landscape
17.8.1 Companies with Active Operations in South and Central America
17.8.2 Companies Planning to Foray into South and Central America LNG Markets
17.8.3 National Oil Companies Vs. International Oil Companies in South and Central America LNG
17.8.4 South and Central America Liquefaction Market Structure, 2013
17.8.5 South and Central America Regasification Market Structure, 2013
17.8.6 South and Central America Liquefaction Capacity Outlook by Company, 2005- 2020
17.8.7 South and Central America Regasification Capacity Outlook by Company, 2005- 2020

18 ANALYSIS OF TOP FIVE GLOBAL LIQUEFACTION COMPANIES
18.1 Qatar Petroleum
18.1.1 Overview
18.1.2 Key Subsidiaries and Joint ventures
18.1.3 Business Operations
18.1.4 Contact Information
18.1.5 Financial Analysis
18.2 Sonatrach
18.2.1 Overview
18.2.2 Key Subsidiaries and Joint Ventures
18.2.3 Business Description
18.2.4 Contact Information
18.3 Petroliam Nasional Berhard (Petronas)
18.3.1 Overview
18.3.2 Business Description
18.3.3 Contact Information
18.4 Royal Dutch Shell Plc
18.4.1 Key Information
18.4.2 Oil and Gas Operations
18.4.3 Contact Information
18.4.4 Key Financial Information
18.5 Exxon Mobil Corporation- Key Information
18.5.1 Overview
18.5.2 Global Operations
18.5.3 Subsidiary, Joint Ventures and Associated Company Operations
18.5.4 Business Operation Structure
18.5.5 Contact Information
18.5.6 Financial Information

19 ANALYSIS OF TOP FIVE REGASIFICATION COMPANIES WORLDWIDE
19.1 Korea Gas Corporation (KOGAS)
19.1.1 Overview
19.1.2 Business Operations
19.1.3 Contact Information
19.1.4 Financial Analysis
19.2 The Tokyo Electric Power Company, Inc.
19.2.1 Overview
19.2.2 Business Operations
19.2.3 Contact Information
19.2.4 Financial Analysis
19.3 Enagas S.A.
19.3.1 Overview
19.3.2 Subsidiaries
19.3.3 Business Operations
19.3.4 Contact Information
19.3.5 Financial Analysis
19.4 GDF Suez
19.4.1 Key Information
19.4.2 Subsidiary, Joint Ventures and Associated Company Operations
19.4.3 Business Operations
19.4.4 Key Financial Information
19.5 Sempra Energy
19.5.1 Overview
19.5.2 Subsidiaries
19.5.3 Business Operations
19.5.4 Contact Information
19.5.5 Financial Analysis

20 APPENDIX
20.1 About LNGAnalysis
20.2 LNG Abbreviations and Glossary
20.3 LNGAnalysis Research Methodology
20.4 Disclaimer

List of Table


Table 1: Global LNG supply Outlook by Region, million tonnes, 2000- 2020
Table 2: Global LNG Demand Outlook by Region, million tonnes, 2000- 2020
Table 3: Upcoming LNG Liquefaction Projects and Capacities by Region- Greenfield Projects, October 2013- December 2020
Table 4: Upcoming LNG Liquefaction Projects and Capacities by Region- Existing Terminal Expansion Projects, 2013- 2020
Table 5: Global LNG capital Investments Outlook by Region, $million, 2012- 2020
Table 6: Global LNG capital Investments Outlook by Type, $million, 2012- 2020
Table 7: LNG Technologies of Planned Terminals, 2013-2020
Table 8: Global LNG Trade Outlook, million tonnes, 2000- 2020
Table 9: Global LNG Trade Movements by Region, million tonnes, 2012
Table 10: Global Liquefaction Capacity Outlook by Region, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 11: Global Regasification Capacity Outlook by Region, Bcm, 2005- 2020
Table 12: New LNG Liquefaction Terminals in North America- Current Status, Capacity, Scheduled and Feasible Start Up Details (I)
Table 13: New LNG Liquefaction Terminals in North America- Current Status, Capacity, Scheduled and Feasible Start Up Details (II)
Table 14: Global Liquefaction Capacity Outlook by Company, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 15: Global Regasification Capacity Outlook by Company, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 16: Global FLNG Terminal (Operational) Details- Location, Operator, Start Up, Capacity, Constructor, Capex (I)
Table 17: Global FLNG Terminal (Operational) Details- Location, Operator, Start Up, Capacity, Constructor, Capex (II)
Table 18: Global Planned FLNG Liquefaction Terminal Details- Location, Operator, Start Up, Capacity, Constructor, Capex
Table 19: Global Planned FLNG Regasification Terminal Details- Location, Operator, Start Up, Capacity, Constructor, Capex (I)
Table 20: Global Planned FLNG Regasification Terminal Details- Location, Operator, Start Up, Capacity, Constructor, Capex (II)
Table 21: Global Floating Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Country, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 22: Global Floating Regasification Capacity Forecast by Country, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 23: Technology wise Liquefaction Terminals Count and Capacity, October 2013
Table 24: Operational Liquefaction Terminals- Technology Details, 2013 (I)
Table 25: Operational Liquefaction Terminals- Technology Details, 2013 (I)
Table 26: Planned Liquefaction Terminals- Technology Details, 2013- 2020
Table 27: Global Planned Supply Plants- Current Status and Expected Commencement of Operations, 2013- 2020 (I)
Table 28: Global Planned Supply Plants- Current Status and Expected Commencement of Operations, 2013- 2020 (II)
Table 29: Global Planned Supply Plants- Current Status and Expected Commencement of Operations, 2013- 2020 (III)
Table 30: Global Planned Regasification Plants- Current Status and Expected Commencement of Operations, 2013- 2020 (I)
Table 31: Global Planned Regasification Plants- Current Status and Expected Commencement of Operations, 2013- 2020 (II)
Table 32: Global Planned Regasification Plants- Current Status and Expected Commencement of Operations, 2013- 2020 (III)
Table 33: Global Planned Regasification Plants- Current Status and Expected Commencement of Operations, 2013- 2020 (IV)
Table 34: Asia Pacific Planned Liquefaction Terminal Details, 2013- 2020
Table 35: Asia Pacific Planned Regasification Terminal Details, 2013- 2020 (I)
Table 36: Asia Pacific Planned Regasification Terminal Details, 2013- 2020 (II)
Table 37: Europe Planned Liquefaction Terminal Details, 2013- 2020
Table 38: Europe Planned Regasification Terminal Details, 2013- 2020 (I)
Table 39: Europe Planned Regasification Terminal Details, 2013- 2020 (II)
Table 40: Middle East Planned Liquefaction Terminal Details, 2013- 2020
Table 41: Middle East Planned Regasification Terminal Details, 2013- 2020
Table 42: Africa Planned Liquefaction Terminal Details, 2013- 2020
Table 43: Africa Planned Regasification Terminal Details, 2013- 2020
Table 44: North America Planned Liquefaction Terminal Details, 2013- 2020
Table 45: North America Planned Regasification Terminal Details, 2013- 2020
Table 46: South and Central America Planned Liquefaction Terminal Details, 2013- 2020
Table 47: South and Central America Planned Regasification Terminal Details, 2013- 2020
Table 48: Global LNG Trade Flows by Country, mtpa, 2012
Table 49: Global Liquefaction Capacity by Country, mtpa, 2012
Table 50: Global Regasification Capacity by Country, mtpa, 2012
Table 51: LNG SPAs signed between Asian Buyers and US Suppliers
Table 52: Asia Pacific LNG- Key Statistics, 2013
Table 53: Asia Pacific Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Country, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 54: Asia Pacific Regasification Capacity Forecast by Country, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 55: Asia Pacific Capital Expenditure Forecast by Country, 2012- 2020
Table 56: Asia Pacific Floating Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Country, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 57: Asia Pacific Floating Regasification Capacity Forecast by Country, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 58: Asia Pacific Contracted Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Country, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 59: Asia Pacific Liquefaction Companies with Active Operations, October 2013
Table 60: Asia Pacific Regasification Companies with Active Operations, October 2013
Table 61: Companies planning to Enter Asia Pacific Liquefaction Industry, October 2013- 2020
Table 62: Companies planning to Enter Asia Pacific Regasification Industry, October 2013- 2020
Table 63: Asia Pacific Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Company, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 64: Asia Pacific Regasification Capacity Forecast by Company, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 65: Emerging Markets of Europe Industry, August 2013- 2020
Table 66: Europe Floating LNG Terminal Details
Table 67: Europe LNG- Key Statistics, 2013
Table 68: Europe Regasification Capacity Forecast by Country, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 69: Europe Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Country, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 70: Europe Capital Expenditure Forecast by Country, 2012- 2020
Table 71: Europe Floating Regasification Capacity Forecast by Country, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 72: Europe Contracted Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Country, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 73: Europe Liquefaction Companies with Active Operations, October 2013
Table 74: Europe Regasification Companies with Active Operations, October 2013
Table 75: Companies planning to Enter Europe Regasification Industry, October 2013- 2020
Table 76: Europe Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Company, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 77: Europe Regasification Capacity Forecast by Company, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 78: Middle East LNG- Key Statistics, 2013
Table 79: Middle East Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Country, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 80: Middle East Regasification Capacity Forecast by Country, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 81: Middle East Capital Expenditure Forecast by Country, 2012- 2020
Table 82: Middle East Floating Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Country, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 83: Middle East Floating Regasification Capacity Forecast by Country, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 84: Middle East Contracted Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Country, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 85: Middle East Liquefaction Companies with Active Operations, October 2013
Table 86: Companies Planning to Enter Middle East LNG Industry, October 2013- 2020
Table 87: Middle East Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Company, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 88: Middle East Regasification Capacity Forecast by Company, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 89: Africa LNG Exports By Region- 2012 vs 2011
Table 90: Africa LNG Contract Details
Table 91: Africa LNG- Key Statistics, 2013
Table 92: Africa Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Country, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 93: Africa Regasification Capacity Forecast by Country, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 94: Africa Capital Expenditure Forecast by Country, 2012- 2020
Table 95: Africa Contracted Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Country, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 96: Africa Liquefaction Companies with Active Operations, October 2013
Table 97: Companies Planning to Enter Africa LNG Industry, October 2013- 2020
Table 98: Africa Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Company, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 99: North America LNG Exports Forecast by Country, 2005- 2020
Table 100: The US Planned Liquefaction Terminals, 2013- 2020
Table 101: Planned Liquefaction Terminals in Canada, 2013- 2020
Table 102: North America Long/Medium Term LNG SPA Contract Details, 2013- 2020
Table 103: North America Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Company, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 104: North America LNG- Key Statistics, 2013
Table 105: North America Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Country, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 106: North America Regasification Capacity Forecast by Country, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 107: North America Capital Expenditure Forecast by Country, 2012- 2020
Table 108: North America Floating Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Country, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 109: North America Floating Regasification Capacity Forecast by Country, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 110: North America Contracted Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Country, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 111: North America Regasification Companies with Active Operations, October 2013
Table 112: Companies Planning to Enter North America Liquefaction Industry, October 2013- 2020
Table 113: Companies Planning to Enter North America Regasification Industry, October 2013- 2020
Table 114: North America Regasification Capacity Forecast by Company, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 115: Global Share of Spot & Short Term LNG Trade in LNG Imports by Region, 2012
Table 116: South and Central America LNG- Key Statistics, 2013
Table 117: South and Central America Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Country, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 118: South and Central America Regasification Capacity Forecast by Country, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 119: South and Central America Capital Expenditure Forecast by Country, 2012- 2020
Table 120: South & Central America Floating Regasification Capacity Forecast by Country, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 121: South and Central America Contracted Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Country, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 122: South and Central America Liquefaction Companies with Active Operations, October 2013
Table 123: South and Central America Regasification Companies with Active Operations, October 2013
Table 124: Companies Planning to Enter South and Central America Liquefaction Industry, October 2013- 2020
Table 125: Companies Planning to Enter South and Central America Regasification Industry, October 2013- 2020
Table 126: South and Central America Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Company, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 127: South and Central America Regasification Capacity Forecast by Company, mtpa, 2005- 2020
Table 128: Qatar Petroleum- Top Level Information
Table 129: Qatar Petroleum- Financial Snapshot, 2007-2011
Table 130: Sonatrach- Top Level Information
Table 131: Petronas- Top Level Information
Table 132: Petronas - Financial Snapshot, 2006-2011
Table 133: Royal Dutch Shell Plc - Top Level Information
Table 134: Royal Dutch Shell Plc- Financial Snapshot, 2006-2012
Table 135: Exxon Mobil Corporation- Top Level Information
Table 136: Exxon Mobil Corporation- Financial Snapshot, 2006-2012
Table 137: Korea Gas Corporation- Top Level Information
Table 138: Korea Gas Corporation- Financial Snapshot, 2011-2010
Table 139: TEPCO- Top Level Information
Table 140: TEPCO- Financial Snapshot, 2009-2012
Table 141: Enagas SA- Top Level Information
Table 142: Enagas SA Financial Snapshot, 2011-2012
Table 143: GDF Suez- Top Level Information
Table 144: GDF Suez- Financial Snapshot, 2011-2012
Table 145: Sempra Energy- Top Level Information
Table 146: Sempra Financial Snapshot, 2008-2012

List of Chart


Figure 1: Global LNG Supply- Demand Balance, 2012- 2020
Figure 2: Global LNG Supply Project Additions- Greenfield and Expansions, 2013- 2020
Figure 3: Europe LNG Import Fluctuations with Price, 2005- 2012
Figure 4: Global LNG Suppliers that witnessed Production Changes during 2011-2012
Figure 5: Global LNG capital Investments Outlook by Region, $million, 2012- 2020
Figure 6: Global LNG capital Investments Outlook by Type, $million, 2012- 2020
Figure 7: Indonesia, Malaysia Domestic Natural Gas Demand Forecast, Bcm, 2000- 2020
Figure 8: Global Leading LNG Technologies- Current and Future
Figure 9: Global LNG Trade Outlook, million tonnes, 2000- 2020
Figure 10: Global LNG Scope by Operators, 2000- 2020
Figure 11: Forecasted Competition in Global Liquefaction Markets, 2020
Figure 12: Forecasted Competition in Global Regasification Markets, 2020
Figure 13: Global LNG Trade Volume, mtpa, 1993- 2012
Figure 14: Europe LNG Import Volumes by Country, mtpa, 2011 Vs. 2012
Figure 15: Liquefaction Terminal Utilization Rates by Country- 2011 & 2013
Figure 16: Global Liquefaction Market Structure, 2012
Figure 17: Global Regasification Market Structure, 2012
Figure 18: Asia Pacific New LNG Supply Capacities- Greenfield Vs. Expansions
Figure 19: Asia Pacific New LNG Import Capacities- Greenfield Vs. Expansions
Figure 20: Asia Pacific LNG Companies- NOCs Vs. IOCs
Figure 21: Asia Pacific Liquefaction Industry- Market Concentration Ratio, 2013
Figure 22: Asia Pacific Regasification Industry- Market Concentration Ratio, 2013
Figure 23: Europe GDP Change- Quarter by Quarter, Q3 2009- Q4 2012
Figure 24: Europe LNG Imports Forecast- Year on Year Change, 2000- 2020
Figure 25: Europe New LNG Supplies- Greenfield Vs. Expansions
Figure 26: Europe New LNG Import Capacities- Greenfield Vs. Expansions
Figure 27: Europe LNG Companies- NOCs Vs. IOCs
Figure 28: Europe Liquefaction Industry- Market Concentration Ratio, 2013
Figure 29: Europe Regasification Industry- Market Concentration Ratio, 2013
Figure 30: Middle East LNG Exports by Destination Market, 2013
Figure 31: Middle East LNG Exports from Traditional and New Emerging Suppliers, 2000- 2020
Figure 32: Middle East New LNG Supplies- Greenfield Vs. Expansions
Figure 33: Middle East New LNG Import Capacities- Greenfield Vs. Expansions
Figure 34: Middle East LNG Companies- NOCs Vs. IOCs
Figure 35: Middle East Liquefaction Industry- Market Concentration Ratio, 2013
Figure 36: Middle East Regasification Industry- Market Concentration Ratio, 2013
Figure 37: Africa LNG Exports By Region- 2012 vs 2011
Figure 38: Africa LNG Exports by Country, million tonnes, 2000- 2020
Figure 39: Africa New LNG Supplies- Greenfield Vs. Expansions
Figure 40: Africa LNG Companies- NOCs Vs. IOCs
Figure 41: Africa Liquefaction Industry- Market Concentration Ratio, 2013
Figure 42: Global Top 10 Leading LNG Exporting Countries, million tonnes, 2020
Figure 43: North America Contracted Liquefaction Capacity Outlook, 2013- 2020
Figure 44: Mexico LNG Imports Forecast- Impact of piped Gas from US, 2000- 2020
Figure 45: North America New LNG Supplies- Greenfield Vs. Expansions
Figure 46: North America New LNG Import Capacities- Greenfield Vs. Expansions
Figure 47: North America LNG Companies- NOCs Vs. IOCs
Figure 48: North America Liquefaction Industry- Market Concentration Ratio, 2013
Figure 49: North America Regasification Industry- Market Concentration Ratio, 2013
Figure 50: South and Central America LNG Exports and Imports Outlook, 2000- 2020
Figure 51: South and Central America Share in Global LNG Trade, 2000- 2020
Figure 52: Trinidad and Tobago LNG Exports by Region, 2012 vs 2011
Figure 53: South and Central America Regasification Industry- Market Concentration Ratio, 2013
Figure 54: South and Central America New LNG Supplies- Greenfield Vs. Expansions
Figure 55: South & Central America New LNG Import Capacities- Greenfield Vs. Expansions
Figure 56: South and Central America LNG Companies- NOCs Vs. IOCs
Figure 57: South and Central America Liquefaction Industry- Market Concentration Ratio, 2013
Figure 58: South and Central America Regasification Industry- Market Concentration Ratio, 2013
Figure 59: LNGAnalysis- Research Methodology

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