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Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry Outlook in Former Soviet Union Countries, 2011 Details of Operating and Planned Crude Oil, Petroleum Products and Natural Gas Pipelines to 2014

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Published Date : Mar 2011

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GlobalDatas energy offering, Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry Outlook in Former Soviet Union Countries, 2011 Details of Operating and Planned Crude Oil, Petroleum Products and Natural Gas Pipelines to 2014 is the essential source for industry data and information related to the pipeline industry in Former Soviet Union Countries. It provides asset level information related to all active and planned crude oil, petroleum products and natural gas transmission pipelines in Former Soviet Union Countries. The profiles of major companies operating in the pipeline industry in Former Soviet Union Countries are included in the report. The latest news and deals related to the sector are also provided and analyzed.

Scope
  • Updated information relating to all active and planned crude oil, petroleum products and natural gas pipelines
  • Provides operator information, start year, start point, end point, onshore/offshore, length, diameter and capacity for all active and planned crude oil, petroleum products and natural gas pipelines
  • Identifies key trends and issues in the oil and gas pipelines industry
  • Information on the top companies in the sector including business description, strategic analysis. Key companies covered are OAO Gazprom, OAO AK Transneft and Naftogaz of Ukraine NJSC
  • Product and brand updates, 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 all active and planned transmission pipelines in the FSU countries
  • Identify growth segments and opportunities in the pipelines industry in FSU countries.
  • Facilitate market analysis and forecasting of future pipeline industry trends in these countries
  • Assess your competitors pipelines operations in the FSU market
  • Understand and respond to your competitors business structure, strategy and prospects in pipelines business in these countries
  • Develop strategies based on the latest operational, financial, and regulatory events from the latest deals and developments in the pipelines industry in these countries
  • Identify and analyze the strengths and weaknesses of the leading companies in the FSU countries.
Table Of Content

1 Table Of Contents
1 Table Of Contents 2
1.1 List Of Tables 6
1.2 List Of Figures 7

2 Introduction 8
2.1 What Is This Report About? 8
2.2 How to Use This Report? 8
2.3 Market Definition 8

3 Pipelines in Former Soviet Union Countries 9
3.1 Pipelines in Former Soviet Union Countries, Key Data 9
3.2 Pipelines in Former Soviet Union Countries, Pipeline Lengths, March 2011 9
3.3 Pipelines in Former Soviet Union Countries, Russian Federation 11
3.3.1 Russian Federation, Crude Oil Pipelines 12
3.3.2 Russian Federation, Petroleum Product Pipelines 13
3.3.3 Russian Federation, Natural Gas Pipelines 16
3.4 Pipelines in Former Soviet Union Countries, Ukraine 22
3.4.1 Ukraine, Crude Oil Pipelines 22
3.4.2 Ukraine, Natural Gas Pipelines 23
3.5 Pipelines in Former Soviet Union Countries, Kazakhstan 24
3.5.1 Kazakhstan, Crude Oil Pipelines 25
3.5.2 Kazakhstan, Petroleum Product Pipelines 27
3.5.3 Kazakhstan, Natural Gas Pipelines 28
3.6 Pipelines in Former Soviet Union Countries, Turkmenistan 29
3.6.1 Turkmenistan, Crude Oil Pipelines 29
3.6.2 Turkmenistan, Natural Gas Pipelines 30
3.7 Pipelines in Former Soviet Union Countries, Belarus 31
3.7.1 Belarus Crude Oil Pipelines 31
3.7.2 Belarus Natural Gas Pipelines 32
3.8 Pipelines in Former Soviet Union Countries, Uzbekistan 33
3.8.1 Uzbekistan, Natural Gas Pipelines 33
3.9 Pipelines in Former Soviet Union Countries, Georgia 33
3.9.1 Georgia, Natural Gas Pipelines 34
3.10 Pipelines in Former Soviet Union Countries, Azerbaijan 35
3.10.1 Azerbaijan, Crude Oil Pipelines 35
3.10.2 Azerbaijan, Natural Gas Pipelines 36
3.11 Pipelines in Former Soviet Union Countries, Lithuania 37
3.11.1 Lithuania, Crude Oil Pipelines 37
3.11.2 Lithuania, Natural Gas Pipelines 38
3.12 Pipelines in Former Soviet Union Countries, Lativa 39
3.12.1 Lativa, Crude Oil Pipelines 39
3.12.2 Lativa, Petroleum Product Pipelines 40
3.12.3 Lativa, Natural Gas Pipelines 41
3.13 Pipelines in Former Soviet Union Countries, Republic of Moldova 42
3.13.1 Republic of Moldova, Natural Gas Pipelines 42
3.14 Pipelines in Former Soviet Union Countries, Estonia 43
3.14.1 Estonia, Natural Gas Pipelines 43
3.15 Pipelines in Former Soviet Union Countries, Armenia 44
3.15.1 Armenia, Natural Gas Pipelines 44

4 Profile of OAO Gazprom 45
4.1 OAO Gazprom, Key Information 45
4.2 OAO Gazprom, Company Overview 45
4.3 OAO Gazprom, Business Description 45
4.3.1 Business Overview 45
4.3.2 Gas Distribution 46
4.3.3 Gas Production 47
4.3.4 Gas Transportation 48
4.3.5 Other Activities 49
4.3.6 Production of Crude Oil and Gas Condensate 50
4.3.7 Refining 51
4.4 OAO Gazprom, SWOT Analysis 51
4.4.1 Overview 51
4.4.2 OAO Gazprom Strengths 52
4.4.3 OAO Gazprom Weaknesses 53
4.4.4 OAO Gazprom Opportunities 54
4.4.5 OAO Gazprom Threats 55

5 Profile of OAO AK Transneft 57
5.1 OAO AK Transneft, Key Information 57
5.2 OAO AK Transneft, Company Overview 57
5.3 OAO AK Transneft, Business Description 57
5.3.1 Business Overview 57
5.3.2 Pipeline and Transportation Segment 58
5.4 OAO AK Transneft, SWOT Analysis 58
5.4.1 Overview 58
5.4.2 OAO AK Transneft Strengths 59
5.4.3 OAO AK Transneft Weaknesses 59
5.4.4 OAO AK Transneft Opportunities 60
5.4.5 OAO AK Transneft Threats 61

6 Profile of Naftogaz of Ukraine NJSC 62
6.1 Naftogaz of Ukraine NJSC, Key Information 62
6.2 Naftogaz of Ukraine NJSC, Company Overview 62
6.3 Naftogaz of Ukraine NJSC, Business Description 62
6.3.1 Business Overview 62
6.4 Naftogaz of Ukraine NJSC, SWOT Analysis 64
6.4.1 Overview 64
6.4.2 Naftogaz of Ukraine NJSC Strengths 64
6.4.3 Naftogaz of Ukraine NJSC Weaknesses 65
6.4.4 Naftogaz of Ukraine NJSC Opportunities 65
6.4.5 Naftogaz of Ukraine NJSC Threats 66

7 Former Soviet Union, Financial Deals Landscape 68
7.1 Detailed Deal Summary 68
7.1.1 Acquisition 68
7.1.2 Equity Offerings 78
7.1.3 Debt Offerings 81
7.1.4 Partnerships 88
7.1.5 Asset Transactions 91

8 Former Soviet Union, Recent Developments 95
8.1 License Awards 95
8.1.1 Mar 05, 2010: Turkey Approves Nabucco Transit Deal 95
8.2 Strategy and Business Expansion 95
8.2.1 Feb 03, 2011: SSE Opens New Offices In Glasgow, UK 95
8.2.2 Feb 02, 2011: NOVATEK And Atomflot Sign Cooperation Agreement 96
8.2.3 Feb 02, 2011: Iberdrola Allocates EUR130 Million To R&D Innovation In 2010 96
8.2.4 Jan 31, 2011: National Grid Announces Change Of Group Executive Responsibilities And Major Restructuring Of US Business 97
8.2.5 Jan 25, 2011: Gazprom, Bulgarian Energy Discuss Prospects For Russian-Bulgarian Cooperation In Gas Sector 98
8.2.6 Jan 17, 2011: Gazprom, Japan's ANRE Sign Cooperation Agreement 98
8.3 Drilling and Production Updates 99
8.3.1 Mar 08, 2010: Valiant Petroleum Concludes Phase One Development At Don Fields In Uk 99
8.3.2 Mar 05, 2010: Petrofac Begins Pipeline Export And Production From Don Southwest Sidetrack In UK 99
8.4 Other Significant Developments 100
8.4.1 Feb 08, 2011: Nord Stream Announces PL3 Submarine Pipeline Plough's Arrival In Baltic Sea 100
8.4.2 Feb 04, 2011: Nord Stream Completes Northern Section Of Natural Gas Pipeline Through Baltic Sea 100
8.4.3 Feb 03, 2011: National Grid Announces Major Improvements For Gas Network In Droitwich, UK 101
8.4.4 Feb 02, 2011: Bovanenkovo Field Pre-Development In Yamal On Track: Gazprom 101
8.4.5 Feb 01, 2011: BP Appoints Phuthuma Nhleko As Non-Executive Director 102
8.4.6 Feb 01, 2011: Transneft To Deliver 1.6 Million Metric Tons Of Oil To Belarus In February 2011 103
8.4.7 Jan 31, 2011: PSA Audits Shell's Management Of Major Accident Risk At Nyhamna Facility 103
8.4.8 Jan 26, 2011: Gazprom To Construct Several Inter-Settlement Gas Pipelines In Kamchatka Krai, Russia 104
8.5 New Contracts Announcements 104
8.5.1 Oct 19, 2010: Gazprom, Buryatia Sign Prioritized Action Plan On Gas Supply And Gasification 104
8.5.2 Oct 08, 2010: RWE Says Final Investment Decision On Nabucco Gas Pipeline In 2011 105
8.5.3 Sep 29, 2010: Sterling Resources Announces Agreement With TGPP To Process Gas From Breagh 105
8.5.4 Mar 23, 2010: Corus Secures GBP200 Million Pipeline Order From Total For Shetland Gas Fields In UK 106
8.5.5 Mar 18, 2010: Technip Secures Contract For Nord Stream Project In Baltic Sea 107
8.5.6 Mar 01, 2010: Gazprom Signs Memorandum On Additional Gas Supplies To GDF Suez 107

9 Appendix 108
9.1 Methodology 108
9.1.1 Coverage 108
9.1.2 Secondary Research 108
9.1.3 Primary Research 109
9.1.4 Midstream Forecasts 109
9.1.5 Expert Panel Validation 109
9.2 Contact Us 110
9.3 About GlobalData 110
9.4 Disclaimer 110

List of Table


Table 1: Former Soviet Union Countries, Pipeline Key Statistics, March 2011 9
Table 2: Former Soviet Union Countries, Total Pipeline Length in Km, March 2011 9
Table 3: Russian Federation, Crude Oil Pipelines, March 2011 12
Table 4: Russian Federation, Crude Oil Pipelines, March 2011 (Contd.1) 13
Table 5: Russian Federation, Petroleum Product Pipelines, March 2011 13
Table 6: Russian Federation, Petroleum Product Pipelines, March 2011 (Contd. 1) 14
Table 7: Russian Federation, Petroleum Product Pipelines, March 2011 (Contd. 2) 15
Table 8: Russian Federation, Natural Gas Pipelines, March 2011 16
Table 9: Russian Federation, Natural Gas Pipelines, March 2011 (Contd. 1) 17
Table 10: Russian Federation, Natural Gas Pipelines, March 2011 (Contd. 2) 18
Table 11: Russian Federation, Natural Gas Pipelines, March 2011 (Contd. 3) 19
Table 12: Russian Federation, Natural Gas Pipelines, March 2011 (Contd. 4) 20
Table 13: Russian Federation, Natural Gas Pipelines, March 2011 (Contd. 5) 21
Table 14: Ukraine, Crude Oil Pipelines, March 2011 22
Table 15: Ukraine, Natural Gas Pipelines, March 2011 23
Table 16: Kazakhstan, Crude Oil Pipelines, March 2011 25
Table 17: Kazakhstan, Crude Oil Pipelines, March 2011 (Contd. 1) 26
Table 18: Kazakhstan, Petroleum Product Pipelines, March 2011 27
Table 19: Kazakhstan, Natural Gas Pipelines, March 2011 28
Table 20: Turkmenistan, Crude Oil Pipelines, March 2011 29
Table 21: Turkmenistan, Natural Gas Pipelines, March 2011 30
Table 22: Belarus, Crude Oil Pipeline, March 2011 31
Table 23: Belarus, Natural Gas Pipeline, March 2011 32
Table 24: Uzbekistan, Natural Gas Pipelines, March 2011 33
Table 25: Georgia Natural Gas Pipelines, March 2011 34
Table 26: Azerbaijan, Crude Oil Pipelines, March 2011 35
Table 27: Azerbaijan, Natural Gas Pipelines, March 2011 36
Table 28: Lithuania, Crude Oil Pipelines, March 2011 37
Table 29: Lithuania, Natural Gas Pipelines, March 2011 38
Table 30: Latvia, Crude Oil Pipelines, March 2011 39
Table 31: Latvia, Petroleum Product Pipelines, March 2011 40
Table 32: Latvia, Natural Gas Pipelines, March 2011 41
Table 33: Republic of Moldova, Natural Gas Pipelines, March 2011 42
Table 34: Estonia, Natural Gas Pipelines, March 2011 43
Table 35: Armenia, Natural Gas Pipelines, March 2011 44
Table 36: OAO Gazprom, Key Facts 45
Table 37: OAO Gazprom, SWOT Analysis 52
Table 38: OAO AK Transneft, Key Facts 57
Table 39: Naftogaz of Ukraine NJSC, Key Facts 62
Table 40: Naftogaz of Ukraine NJSC, SWOT Analysis 64
Table 41: AEI Services To Sell Its Interest In Operating Companies 68
Table 42: Rosneft To Acquire 5% Stake In BP 69
Table 43: Vattenfall Sells 24.9% Stake In Stadtische Werke To Thuga 71
Table 44: GDF Suez Acquires Additional 18.2% Stake In NOGAT 72
Table 45: Electricite de France To Sell Its 45% Stake In EnBW Energie Baden-Wurttemberg 73
Table 46: Macquarie To Acquire Thyssengas 75
Table 47: GDF Suez Sells Its Stake In Gas Natural Fenosa 76
Table 48: RWE Plans To Sell Its Interest In Thyssengas 77
Table 49: Norse Energy Completes Private Placement Of $17.03 Million 78
Table 50: National Grid Completes Rights Offering Of $4,757 Million 79
Table 51: OAO NOVATEK Completes Public Offering Of 5.326% Eurobonds Due 2016 For $600 Million 81
Table 52: OAO NOVATEK Completes Public Offering Of 6.604% Eurobonds Due 2021 For $650 Million 82
Table 53: LUKOIL Completes Offering Of Convertible Bonds For $1,500 Million 83
Table 54: Eni Issues 3.5% Fixed Rate Bond For $1,367.3 Million 84
Table 55: LUKOIL Completes Notes Offering Of $800 Million 85
Table 56: LUKOIL Completes Notes Offering Of $200 Million 86
Table 57: Zhaikmunai Prices $450 Million 10.5% Senior Bonds, Due 2015 87
Table 58: Fluor To Form Joint Venture With SIBUR 88
Table 59: Bulgaria To Form Joint Venture With IGI Poseidon 89
Table 60: Gazprom Enters Into Joint Venture With DESFA 90
Table 61: Electricite de France To Acquire Interest In South Stream Pipeline From Eni And Gazprom 91
Table 62: N.V. Nederlandse Gasunie Plans To Acquire 20% Stake In North European Gas Pipeline 92
Table 63: E.ON Ruhrgas Acquires 15% Stake In TAP Pipeline 93
Table 64: EDF To Acquire 20% Stake In South Stream Gas Pipeline 94

List of Chart


Figure 1: Former Soviet Union Countries, Contribution to Global Crude Oil Pipelines Network, March 2011 10
Figure 2: Former Soviet Union Countries, Contribution to Global Petroleum Product Pipelines Network, March 2011 10
Figure 3: Former Soviet Union Countries, Contribution to Global Natural Gas Pipelines Network, March 2011 11

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