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欧州のシェールガス市場の見通し:ポーランドが政府の国内支援により地域開発をリード

Shale Gas Market Prospects in Europe - Poland Set to Lead Regional Development Backed by Government Support to Domestic as well as International Players for Fracking

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欧州のシェールガス市場の見通し:ポーランドが政府の国内支援により地域開発をリード Shale Gas Market Prospects in Europe - Poland Set to Lead Regional Development Backed by Government Support to Domestic as well as International Players for Fracking
出版日: 2012年11月09日 ページ情報: 英文 52 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、欧州のシェールガス市場について調査分析し、シェールガスの埋蔵量、EUの規制の枠組み、主な関連企業、主要国におけるシェール開発シナリオ、主要促進要因と課題などを検証して、概略以下の構成でお届けいたします。

第1章 目次

第2章 イントロダクション

第3章 欧州のシェールガス:概要

第4章 欧州のシェール:主要促進要因と課題

  • 欧州諸国における従来資源の減産が、シェールガスなど代替資源の発見を促進
  • シェールガス資源の開発が、欧州諸国の輸入依存度を減らす
  • 調査に積極的に取り組んでいるIOC(国際石油企業)が、欧州の有望なシェール資産を開発
  • 経験の欠如と不十分なインフラが、シェール開発の主要問題
  • 環境問題が欧州のシェールガス開発を妨げる

第5章 EUの規制の枠組み

  • 水に関するEU指令
  • 環境保護に関するEU指令
  • 労働安全に関するEU指令
  • 放射線防護に関するEU指令
  • 廃棄物に関するEU指令
  • 化学物質および関連災害に関するEU指令

第6章 ポーランドのシェールガスの見通し

  • ポーランドの天然ガス産業の概要
  • ポーランドの有望なシェールガス堆積盆地
  • ポーランドのシェールガス活動
  • 規制機関と関連法規
  • 主な財政・税制政策

第7章 東欧のシェールガスの見通し

  • 東欧の有望なシェールガス堆積盆地
  • ウクライナ
  • リトアニア

第8章 西欧のシェールガスの見通し

  • フランス
  • ドイツ
  • 英国
  • オランダ
  • スペイン
  • オーストリア

第9章 欧州のシェール開発で稼働中の主要企業

  • ExxonMobil
  • Chevron
  • ConocoPhillips
  • Polskie Gornictwo Naftowe i Gazownictwo SA(Polish Oil & Gas Company SA)
  • Marathon Oil Corporation
  • 3Legs Resources
  • BNK Petroleum
  • Hutton Energy
  • San Leon Energy
  • Talisman Energy

第10章 付録

図表

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Product Code: GBIGE00064MR

Summary

GBI Research, a leading business intelligence provider, has released its latest research, "Shale Gas Market Prospects in Europe - Poland Set to Lead Regional Development Backed by Government Support to Domestic as well as International Players for Fracking". The study, which is an offering from the company's Energy Research Group, provides an in-depth analysis of shale gas prospects and developments in Europe. The report provides information about Europe's current shale gas market, and gives information on the European natural gas industry, the region's shale gas reserves, the key characteristics of major shale basins and their contribution to the international markets. The report also provides detailed information and analysis on the European Union (EU) Regulatory Framework specific to the extractive and mining industries, key drivers and challenges, and key companies engaged in shale gas development in Europe. The 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.

Scope

  • Shale gas reserves in Europe.
  • The EU Regulatory Framework specific to mining and extractive industry.
  • Key companies engaged in shale gas development in Europe
  • The shale development scenario in Poland, Lithuania, Ukraine, France, Germany, Netherlands, the UK, Spain and Austria.
  • Key drivers and challenges in shale gas development in Europe.

Reasons to buy

  • Understand the market positioning of the major shale gas countries and companies in Europe.
  • Identify opportunities and challenges in the European shale gas market.
  • Develop business strategies with the help of specific insights about the second most important shale destination in the world.
  • Identify business opportunities through comprehensive knowledge about activities taken up by companies in Europe, especially Poland, for shale development.

Executive Summary

Discoveries in Europe and a Boom in the US: Is Global Shale Production Spoiling Russia's Gas Party?

Recent shale gas explorations in Europe have proved highly promising, and with the US already sitting on a number of vast plays, the latest report from industry analysts GBI Research adds further weight to the suggestion that Russia's gas export dominance may soon be at an end.

According to the business intelligence firm's latest study*, shale prospects in Europe may well reshape the continent's energy market dynamics by easing reliance on Russian natural gas imports.

The International Energy Agency (IEA) stated that unconventional gas reserves in Europe, including tight gas, shale gas and Coal Bed Methane (CBM), are estimated to be around 3,500 trillion cubic feet (tcf). If these reserves were commercially exploited they would produce more than enough to sustain the continent's gas demand for the next 60 years.

However, Russia provided around a third of the 16.5 trillion cubic feet (tcf) of natural gas imported by Europe last year alone, and so a move towards self-sustainability could prove highly damaging to this Eastern European nation's hydrocarbon export sector.

In addition, shale play exploitation is expected to not only provide the US with enough gas to meet domestic demand, but place the country in a healthy position to export gas to the lucrative Asian market - and at a lower price than its rival Russia.

It may not be time for Russia to panic just yet, though. Europe faces a number of challenges on the road to reaching its shale gas potential, including geological, environmental and political issues that will take time and the implementation of specific EU regulatory directives to address.

Shale Gas Market Prospects in Europe - Poland Set to Lead Regional Development Backed by Government Support to Domestic as well as International Players for Fracking

This report provides an in-depth analysis of shale gas prospects and developments in Europe.

The 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.

Table of Contents

1. Table of Contents

  • 1.1. List of Tables
  • 1.2. List of Figures

2. Introduction

3. Europe Shale Gas, Overview

4. European Shale, Key Drivers and Challenges

  • 4.1. Decreasing Production from Conventional Reserves is Prompting European Countries to Find Alternative Sources such as Shale Gas
  • 4.2. Exploitation of Shale Gas Resources Could Reduce Increasing Import Dependency of European Countries
  • 4.3. International Oil Companies Actively Involved in Research Initiatives Expected to Develop Prospective European Shale Assets
  • 4.4. Lack of Experience and Inadequate Infrastructure are Major Concerns for Shale Development
  • 4.5. Environmental Concerns are Hampering Shale Gas Development in Europe

5. European Union Regulatory Framework

  • 5.1. EU Directives on Water
  • 5.2. EU Directives on Protection of the Environment
  • 5.3. EU Directives on Safety at Work
  • 5.4. EU Directive on Radiation Protection
  • 5.5. EU Directives on Waste
  • 5.6. EU Directives on Chemicals and Associated Accidents

6. Shale Gas Prospects, Poland

  • 6.1. Natural Gas Industry, Poland, Overview
  • 6.2. Shale Gas Prospective Basins, Poland
    • 6.2.1. Baltic Basin
    • 6.2.2. Lublin Basin
    • 6.2.3. Podlasie Basin
  • 6.3. Shale Gas Activities, Poland, 2012
  • 6.4. Regulatory Bodies and Relevant Legislation
  • 6.5. Key Fiscal and Taxation Policies

7. Shale Gas Prospects, Eastern Europe

  • 7.1. Shale Gas Prospective Basins, Eastern Europe
    • 7.1.1. Baltic Basin
    • 7.1.2. Dnieper-Donets
    • 7.1.3. Lublin Basin
  • 7.2. Shale Gas Prospects, Ukraine
    • 7.2.1. Natural Gas Industry, Key Statistics
    • 7.2.2. Shale Gas Development Activities, Ukraine, 2012
    • 7.2.3. Regulatory Bodies and Relevant Legislation
    • 7.2.4. Key Fiscal and Taxation Policies
  • 7.3. Shale Gas Prospects, Lithuania
    • 7.3.1. Natural Gas Industry, Key Statistics
    • 7.3.2. Shale Gas Development Activity, Lithuania, 2012
    • 7.3.3. Regulatory Bodies and Relevant Legislation
    • 7.3.4. Key Fiscal and Taxation Policies

8. Shale Gas Prospects, Western Europe

  • 8.1. Shale Gas Prospects, France
    • 8.1.1. Natural Gas Industry, Key Statistics
    • 8.1.2. Shale Gas Development Activities, France, 2012
    • 8.1.3. Regulatory Bodies and Relevant Legislation
    • 8.1.4. Key Fiscal and Taxation Policies
  • 8.2. Shale Gas Prospects, Germany
    • 8.2.1. Natural Gas Industry, Key Statistics
    • 8.2.2. Shale Gas Development Activities, Germany, 2012
    • 8.2.3. Regulatory Bodies and Relevant Legislation
    • 8.2.4. Key Fiscal and Taxation Policies
  • 8.3. Shale Gas Prospects, the UK
    • 8.3.1. Natural Gas Industry, Key Statistics
    • 8.3.2. Shale Gas Development Activities, the UK, 2012
    • 8.3.3. Regulatory Bodies and Relevant Legislation
    • 8.3.4. Key Fiscal and Taxation Policies
  • 8.4. Netherlands
    • 8.4.1. Natural Gas Industry, Key Statistics
    • 8.4.2. Shale Gas Development Activities, Netherlands, 2012
    • 8.4.3. Regulatory Bodies and Relevant Legislation
    • 8.4.4. Key Fiscal and Taxation Policies
  • 8.5. Spain
    • 8.5.1. Natural Gas Industry, Key Statistics
    • 8.5.2. Shale Gas Development Activities, Spain, 2012
  • 8.6. Austria
    • 8.6.1. Natural Gas Industry, Key Statistics
    • 8.6.2. Shale Gas Development Activities, Austria, 2012

9. Major Companies Operating in Europe Shale Development

  • 9.1. ExxonMobil
  • 9.2. Chevron
  • 9.3. ConocoPhillips
  • 9.4. Polskie Gornictwo Naftowe I Gazownictwo SA - Polish Oil & Gas Company SA
  • 9.5. Marathon Oil Corporation
  • 9.6. 3Legs Resources
  • 9.7. BNK Petroleum
  • 9.8. Hutton Energy
  • 9.9. San Leon Energy
  • 9.10. Talisman Energy

10. Appendix

  • 10.1. Market Definition
  • 10.2. Abbreviations
  • 10.3. Bibliography
  • 10.4. Methodology
    • 10.4.1. Coverage
    • 10.4.2. Secondary Research
    • 10.4.3. Primary Research
    • 10.4.4. Expert Panel Validation
  • 10.5. Contact Us
  • 10.6. Disclaimer

List of Tables

  • Table 1: Shale Gas, Global, Resources Estimate by Continents (tcf), 2011
  • Table 2: Shale Gas Risked Gas In-Place and Technically Recoverable Resources, Europe (tcf), 2011
  • Table 3: Natural Gas Proved Reserves, Top 10 Countries, Europe (tcf), 2011
  • Table 4: Gross Natural Gas Production, Top 10 Countries, Europe (bcfe), 2000-2011
  • Table 5: Natural Gas Imports, Exports, and Consumption, European Union (bcfe), 2011
  • Table 6: EU-Specific Directives for Extractive and Mining Industries
  • Table 7: EU Directives on Water
  • Table 8: EU Directives on Protection of the Environment
  • Table 9: EU Directives on Safety at Work
  • Table 10: EU Directive on Radiation Protection
  • Table 11: EU Directives on Waste
  • Table 12: EU Directives on Chemicals and Associated Accidents
  • Table 13: Natural Gas Industry, Poland, Key Industry Statistics, 2011
  • Table 14: Baltic Basin, Poland, Key Characteristics, 2011
  • Table 15: Lublin Shale Gas Basin, Poland, Key Characteristics, 2011
  • Table 16: Podlasie Basin, Poland, Key Characteristics, 2011
  • Table 17: Baltic Basin, Eastern Europe, Key Characteristics, 2011
  • Table 18: Dnieper-Donets Basin, Eastern Europe, Key Characteristics, 2011
  • Table 19: Lublin Basin, Eastern Europe, Key Characteristics, 2011
  • Table 20: Natural Gas Industry, Ukraine, Key Statistics, 2011
  • Table 21: Natural Gas Industry, Lithuania, Key Statistics, 2011
  • Table 22: Natural Gas Industry, France, Key Statistics, 2011
  • Table 23: Natural Gas Industry, Germany, Key Statistics, 2011
  • Table 24: Natural Gas Industry, Key Statistics, the UK, 2011
  • Table 25: Natural Gas Industry, Netherlands, Key Statistics, 2011
  • Table 26: Natural Gas Industry, Spain, Key Statistics, 2011
  • Table 27: Natural Gas Industry, Austria, Key Statistics, 2011
  • Table 28: Major Companies Operating in Europe Shale Development

List of Figures

  • Figure 1: Shale Gas, Global, Share of Technically Recoverable Resources by Continent (%), 2011
  • Figure 2: Shale Gas, Share of Technically Recoverable Resources by Country, Europe (%), 2011
  • Figure 3: Gross Natural Gas Production, Top 10 Countries, Europe (bcfe), 2000-2011
  • Figure 4: Major Shale Gas Basins, Poland
  • Figure 5: Onshore Baltic Shale Gas Basin, Poland
  • Figure 6: Lublin Shale Gas Basin, Poland
  • Figure 7: Podlasie Shale Gas Basin, Poland
  • Figure 8: Prospective Shale Gas Basins, Eastern Europe
  • Figure 9: Baltic Shale Gas Basin, Eastern Europe
  • Figure 10: Dnieper-Donets Shale Gas Basin, Eastern Europe
  • Figure 11: Lublin Shale Gas Basin, Eastern Europe
  • Figure 12: Permits Issued for Shale Gas Blocks, France, 2010
  • Figure 13: Shale Developments by BNK Petroleum, Spain, 2012
  • Figure 14: Chevron, Concessions Map, Poland
  • Figure 15: ConocoPhillips, Acreage Map, Poland, 2011
  • Figure 16: Marathon Oil Corporation, Concessions Map, Poland, 2011
  • Figure 17: BNK Petroleum Inc, Concessions Map, Baltic Basin, Poland
  • Figure 18: Shale Developments by BNK Petroleum, Spain, 2012
  • Figure 19: San Leon Energy, Concessions Map, Poland
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