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The Increasing Role of China and India in the Global LNG Market

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GlobalData

Published Date : Feb 2010

Category :

Natural Gas

No. of Pages : 63 Pages

GlobalDatas report, The Increasing Role of China and India in the Global LNG Market provides analysis on the growing importance of China and India in the global LNG industry. The report provides an overview of the global liquefied natural gas (LNG) market, detailing the growth in liquefaction and regasification capacities, major players, key trends, contracted LNG supplies and trade movements. The report details the position of China and India in the global LNG industry in terms of regasification capacity, contracted capacity, imports and upcoming LNG terminals. It provides in-depth analysis of the regasification industry in China and India in terms of future growth, demand and planned terminals. The report also provides detailed analysis of the long-term LNG supply purchase contracts signed by China and India to secure their future supplies. Finally, the report analyzes the effect of growing LNG demand in China and India on the global LNG industry.

Scope

The report provides a detailed analysis of growing role of LNG in China and India and its overall implication on world LNG market: The report provides:

  • Analysis of the structure of the global LNG market, detailing major sellers and buyers, capacity forecasts to 2015, contracted capacity to 2015 and LNG trade movements 2009 and 2015.
  • The report analyzes the growing role of China-India in the LNG industry during 2009-2015 in terms of regasification capacity, contracted supplies, LNG imports and planned LNG terminals. 
  • Details of the natural gas sector in China and India, discussing production-consumption forecasts to 2015, regasification capacity forecasts to 2015, contracted LNG supplies and details of the planned terminals.
  • Analysis of major drivers and challenges for the LNG industry in China and India.
  • The report details all the long term LNG supply-purchase agreements signed by China and India in order to secure supplies.
  • The report discusses the impact of growing LNG demand in China and India on the world LNG industry.
Reasons to buy

  • Understand India and Chinas LNG industry and determine strategies to enter into this lucrative market. 
  • Identify growth segments and opportunities in China and India's LNG industry. 
  • Facilitate market analysis and the forecasting of future industry trends in India and China to 2015. 
  • Obtain the most up to date information available on all planned regasification terminals in India and China. 
  • Understand the future demand-supply dynamics for the growing LNG demand in India and China.
Table Of Contents

1 Table of contents
1 Table of contents
1.1 List of Tables 
1.2 List of Figures 

2 Introduction
2.1 Overview 
2.2 GlobalData Report Guidance 

3 Global LNG Market - Key Trends and Demand-Supply Scenario
3.1 Global LNG Market, an Overview 
3.1.1 Global Natural Gas Reserves and LNG Production Capacity, 2000-2015 
3.1.2 Global LNG Market, Key Players, 2009-2015 
3.2 Global LNG Market, Key Trends 
3.2.1 Climate Change Considerations Mandating Focus Towards Cleaner Energy Sources 
3.2.2 National Oil Companies Will Be Driving LNG Industry Growth in Developing Markets 
3.2.3 Shifting Global LNG Trade Patterns Due to Rise of New LNG Import/Export Markets 
3.2.4 Surplus Supply Coupled with Low Demand Increases Prominence of Developing LNG Markets 
3.3 Global LNG Market, Demand-Supply Scenario 
3.3.1 Global LNG Industry- Demand vis-à-vis Supply Scenario, 2009-2015 
3.3.2 Global LNG Industry - Contracted Capacity, Trade Flows and Transportation, 2000-2015 

4 China and India in the Global LNG Industry
4.1 China and India’s Contribution to Global LNG Regasification Capacity and Growth, 2009-2015 
4.2 Contribution of China and India to Global LNG Contracted Capacity, 2009-2015 
4.3 Contribution of China and India in Global LNG Imports, 2004-2015 
4.4 China and India- Planned LNG Terminals, 2009-2015 

5 LNG Industry in China - High Natural Gas Demand Driving Regasification Capacity Growth
5.1 China’s Natural Gas Scenario 
5.1.1 China Natural Gas Industry, Reserves Growth, 2000-2008 
5.1.2 China Natural Gas Industry, Production and Consumption Growth, 2000-2015 
5.2 China, LNG Regasification Industry, 2000-2015 
5.2.1 China LNG Regasification Industry Growth, 2000-2015 
5.2.2 China, Position In World Regasification Industry, 2009-2015 
5.3 China, LNG Imports, 2004-2015 
5.3.1 China, LNG Imports Growth, 2004-2015 
5.3.2 China, LNG Contracted Capacity Growth, 2010-2015 
5.4 China Planned LNG Regasification Terminals, 2010-2015 
5.5 China LNG Industry: Key Drivers and Challenges 
5.5.1 High Demand from Both Domestic and Industrial Sectors Drives Growth of China’s LNG Industry 
5.5.2 Moving Towards Green Energy Necessitates Increased Use of Natural Gas 
5.5.3 Huge Increase in Contracted LNG Supplies Will Need Investment in Natural Gas Storage Infrastructure 

6 LNG Industry in India - Securing Future Energy Demand Mandates Growth
6.1 India’s Natural Gas Scenario 
6.1.1 India Natural Gas Industry, Reserves Growth, 2000-2008 
6.1.2 India Natural Gas Industry, Production and Consumption Growth, 2000-2015 
6.2 India, LNG Regasification Industry, 2000-2015 
6.2.1 India LNG Regasification Industry Growth, 2000-2015 
6.3 India LNG Imports, 2004-2015 
6.3.1 India LNG Imports Growth, 2004-2015 
6.3.2 India, LNG Contracted Capacity Growth, 2010-2015 
6.4 India, Planned LNG Regasification Terminals, 2010-2015 
6.5 India LNG Industry, Key Drivers and Challenges 
6.5.1 Growing Demand from Fertilizer and Power Sectors Will Drive Demand 
6.5.2 Non-availability of Alternative Import Options Will Lead To Increased LNG Consumption 
6.5.3 High LNG Import Prices May Hamper the Growth of Regasification Industry 

7 Long-Term LNG Contracts - Securing LNG Supplies From China and India’s Perspectives
7.1 LNG Contracts of Chinese Companies 
7.2 China- Australia LNG Contracts 
7.2.1 North West Shelf Australia LNG - Guangdong LNG Supply Agreement (2006-2031) 
7.2.2 Royal Dutch Shell - PetroChina Co. Ltd. Supply Agreement (2014-2034) 
7.2.3 China National Offshore Oil- BG Group Project Development Agreement (2014-2034) 
7.2.4 ExxonMobil - Petrochina Co. Supply Agreement (2014-2034) 
7.3 China-Qatar LNG Contracts 
7.3.1 Qatar Gas- CNOOC Supply Agreement (2009-2034) 
7.3.2 Qatar Gas- Petrochina Supply Agreement (2010-2035) 
7.4 China, Other Major Long-term LNG Contracts 
7.4.1 Exxon Mobil PNG LNG - China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation Supply Agreement (2014-2034) 
7.4.2 Tangguh LNG Partners - CNOOC Limited Supply Agreement (2009-2034) 
7.4.3 Malaysia LNG Tiga Sdn. Bhd. - Shanghai LNG Company Limited (2009-2034) 
7.4.4 Pars LNG - Petrochina International Company Limited (2011-2036) 
7.5 LNG Contracts of Indian Companies 
7.5.1 Petronet - ExxonMobil Gorgon LNG Supply Agreement (2014-2034) 
7.5.2 India-Iran LNG Supply Contract (2012-2037) 
7.5.3 OKLNG OpCo - Royal Dutch Shell Plc 
7.5.4 Oman LNG LLC - Dabhol Power Company (2005-2025) 
7.5.5 Rasgas-Petronet Supply Contract (2004-2028) 
7.6 Possible LNG Sourcing Options for Chinese and Indian Companies 
7.6.1 China Future LNG Options 
7.6.2 India Future LNG Options 

8 Growing LNG Markets in China and India - The Global Impact
8.1 Oceania LNG Liquefaction Supplies: Heavy Dependence On Indo- Chinese Market 
8.2 Growing Natural Gas Demand in China-India Will Attract LNG Suppliers World-Wide 
8.3 Increase of Domestic Natural Gas Supplies in The US Prompt Global LNG Suppliers to Eye the Indo-Chinese Market 
8.4 Growing LNG Demand in China and India Will Make Global LNG Trade Movements More Centered Around the Asia-Pacific 
8.5 Growth Of China-India LNG Market: Effect On Prices 

9 Appendix
9.1 Abbreviations 
9.2 Methodology 
9.2.1 Coverage 
9.2.2 Secondary Research 
9.2.3 Primary Research 
9.2.4 Expert Panel Validation 
9.3 Contact Us 
9.4 Disclaimer

List of Table


Table 1: Global, Natural Gas Reserves of Top 5 Countries (Tcf), 2008 9
Table 2: Global Historical and Forecast LNG Liquefaction Capacity (MMTPA), 2000-2015 10
Table 3: Global Historical and Forecast LNG Regasification Capacity (Bcf), 2000-2015 11
Table 4: Global Liquefaction Capacity, Top 5 Countries By Capacity (MMTPA), 2009 and 2015 12
Table 5: Global Regasification Capacity, Top 5 Countries by Capacity (Bcf), 2009 and 2015 13
Table 6: Global, LNG Demand vs Supply (MMTPA), 2009- 2015 15
Table 7: Global Long-Term LNG Contracts, Contracted Capacity (MMTPA), 2000-2015 17
Table 8: Global, Top 5 LNG Exporters by Long-Term LNG Contracted Capacity (MMTPA), 2009 17
Table 9: Global, Top 5 LNG Importers by Long-Term LNG Contracted Capacity (MMTPA), 2009 18
Table 10: Global, Top 5 LNG Exporters by Long-Term LNG Contracted Capacity (MMTPA), 2015 20
Table 11: Global, Top 5 LNG Importers by Long-Term LNG Contracted Capacity (MMTPA), 2015 21
Table 12: China-India, Growth In Regasification Capacity (Bcf), 2004-2015 24
Table 13: China-India, Combined Long-term Contracted LNG Supply (MMTPA), 2009-2015 26
Table 14: China-India, Combined Historical and Forecast LNG Imports (MMTPA), 2004-2015 28
Table 15: Global, Major Countries By Planned LNG Terminals and Regasification Capacity (Bcf), 2015 31
Table 16: China, Growth In Natural Gas Reserves (Tcf), 2000-2008 33
Table 17: China, Natural Gas Production and Consumption (Bcf), 2000-2015 34
Table 18: China, LNG Regasification Capacity Growth (Bcf), 2006-2015 35
Table 19: China, Active Regasification Terminals, 2009 36
Table 20: China, LNG Imports (MMTPA), 2006-2015 37
Table 21: China, Contracted LNG Capacity (MMTPA), 2010-2015 37
Table 22: China, List of Planned Terminals, 2010-2015 38
Table 23: China, Planned LNG Terminals, Equity Details, 2009 40
Table 24: India, Growth In Natural Gas Reserves (Tcf), 2000-2008 43
Table 25: India, Production and Consumption Growth (Bcf), 2000-2015 44
Table 26: India, Regasification Capacity Growth (Bcf), 2004-2015 45
Table 27: India, LNG Imports (MMTPA), 2004-2015 46
Table 28: India, LNG Contracted Capacity (MMTPA), 2010-2015 47
Table 29: India, Planned Regasification Plants, 2010-2015 47
Table 30: India, LNG Planned Plants, Equity Details, 2009 49
Table 31: China, Summary Of Major Long-term LNG Contracts, 2009 55
Table 32: India, Summary Of Major Long-term LNG Contracts, 2009 56
Table 33: Global, Planned LNG Liquefaction Capacity Through New Build Terminals by Region (MMTPA), 2015 57
Table 34: Oceania, Growth in LNG Liquefaction Capacity (MMTPA), 2009-2015 58

List of Chart

List of Figures

Figure 1: Global Natural Gas Reserves, Share of Top 5 Countries (%), 2008 8
Figure 2: Global Historical and Forecast LNG Liquefaction Capacity (MMTPA), 2000-2015 9
Figure 3: Global Historical and Forecast LNG Regasification Capacity (Bcf), 2000-2015 11
Figure 4: Global Liquefaction Capacity Share of Top 5 Countries (%), 2009 and 2015 12
Figure 5: Global Regasification Capacity Share of Top 5 Countries (%), 2009 and 2015 13
Figure 6: Global, LNG Demand vs Supply (MMTPA ), 2009- 2015 16
Figure 7: Global, Major LNG Trade Movements Based on Long-term LNG Supply Contracts (MMTPA), 2009 19
Figure 8: Global, Major LNG Trade Movements Based on Long-term LNG Supply Contracts (MMTPA), 2015 22
Figure 9: China-India, Growth In Regasification Capacity (Bcf), 2004-2015 23
Figure 10: Global, Top 10 Countries By Regasification Capacity (Bcf), 2015 24
Figure 11: Global, Major Countries By Regasification Capacity (Bcf) and Growth Rate (%), 2015 25
Figure 12: China-India, Combined Share of Contracted LNG In Total LNG Regasification Capacity (MMTPA), 2009-2015 26
Figure 13: China-India, Combined Share Of Contracted LNG In Global Contracted LNG Capacity, Percentage, 2009 and 2015 27
Figure 14: China-India, Global Position By Contracted LNG Capacity, MMTPA, 2009-2015 27
Figure 15: China-India, Combined Historical and Forecast LNG Imports (MMTPA), 2004-2015 28
Figure 16: China-India, Combined Share (%) in Global LNG Imports, 2004-2008 29
Figure 17: Global, Major Countries By Planned LNG Terminals and Regasification Capacity (Bcf), 2015 30
Figure 18: China, Primary Energy Consumption By Fuel Type, 2008 32
Figure 19: China, Growth In Natural Gas Reserves (Tcf), 2000-2008 33
Figure 20: China, Natural Gas Production and Consumption (Bcf), 2000-2015 34
Figure 21: China, LNG Regasification Capacity Growth (Bcf), 2006-2015 35
Figure 22: China, Change in Global Position in Terms of LNG Regasification Capacity (Bcf), 2009-2015 36
Figure 23: China, LNG Imports (MMTPA), 2006-2015 37
Figure 24: China, Change in Global Position in Terms of Contracted LNG Capacity, 2009-2015 38
Figure 25: China, Location Of Planned Terminals, 2010-2015 39
Figure 26: China, Planned LNG Terminals, Equity Share (%) of National Oil Companies, 2009 39
Figure 27: India, Primary Energy Consumption by Fuel Type, Percentage Share, 2008 42
Figure 28: India, Growth In Natural Gas Reserves (Tcf), 2000-2008 43
Figure 29: India, Production and Consumption Growth (Bcf), 2000-2015 44
Figure 30: India, Regasification Capacity Growth (Bcf), 2004-2015 45
Figure 31: India, LNG Imports (MMTPA), 2004-2015 46
Figure 32: India, Change in Global Position in Terms of Contracted LNG Capacity (MMTPA), 2009-2015 47
Figure 33: India, Location Of Planned Regasification Plants, 2010-2015 48
Figure 34: China, Long-term LNG Supply Contracts, 2015 50
Figure 35: India, Long-Term LNG Supply Agreements (MMTPA), 2015 54
Figure 36: Global, Share (%) of Regions in Planned LNG Liquefaction Capacity, 2015 57
Figure 37: Oceania, Growth in LNG Liquefaction Capacity (MMTPA), 2009-2015 58
Figure 38: China and India, Growth In Natural Gas Consumption (Bcf), 2000-2015 59
Figure 39: GlobalData Methodology 62

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