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中国における天然ガス需要の増加:将来の供給を保証するためのガス資源の多様化

Increasing Natural Gas Demand in China - Diversification of Gas Sources to Ensure Future Supply

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中国における天然ガス需要の増加:将来の供給を保証するためのガス資源の多様化 Increasing Natural Gas Demand in China - Diversification of Gas Sources to Ensure Future Supply
出版日: 2012年07月02日 ページ情報: 英文 66 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、中国における天然ガス需要の増加、および増加需要に対応するための天然ガス資源の多様化戦略について調査し、中国における天然ガス部門の概要、中国における天然ガス需要拡大の促進因子、中国における天然ガス消費量の見通し(〜2020年)、中国内における従来型ガス埋蔵量の増産計画、新しい国際ガスパイプラインおよびLNG再ガス化ターミナルの詳細などについて取り上げ、概略以下の構成でお届けします。

第1章 目次

第2章 イントロダクション

第3章 中国のエネルギー部門において役割を増す天然ガス

  • 中国の天然ガス部門の概要
  • 中国において増加する天然ガスの需要:主な促進因子

第4章 中国は需要拡大に対処するため従来型天然ガスの国内生産量を増やす

  • 南シナ海における従来型天然ガス増産の計画
  • オンショア埋蔵地から従来型天然ガスの発掘および増産を継続

第5章 中国はシェールガス資源開発の戦略的重要性を確認

  • 中国は25.1兆立法メートルの利用可能なシェールガス埋蔵量を保有

第6章 中国は国内の天然ガス需要増加へ対応するため、炭層メタン、酸性ガスおよびタイトガスを増産の見込み

  • 中国の炭層メタン埋蔵量は世界で3番目に大きい規模
  • 中国は天然ガス需要増加へ対応するため、同時に酸性ガスおよびタイトガス埋蔵地を開発

第7章 中国のNOC(国営石油企業)は天然ガスの安定供給を保証するため、海外の天然ガス資産に投資

  • CNOOC(中国海洋石油総公司)はアジア、南米およびオセアニアに天然ガス生産資産を保有
  • CNOOCはChesapeake Energy から Niobrara Shale の株式33.3%を購入
  • PetroChinaは海外での生産量を拡大するため追加の天然ガス資産を買収する計画を発表
  • Sinopec は2012年3月に親会社の海外資産全てを買収する計画を発表

第8章 中国は天然ガス輸入を拡大するため、国家間のガスパイプライン容量を追加する見込み

  • 中国への天然ガス輸入を拡大するため、いくつかの国家間天然ガスパイプラインが建設流

第9章 中国は大規模な天然ガス輸入へ向けLNG再ガス化ターミナルを建築

  • 2012年から2016年期間中に9つの再ガス化ターミナルが稼動開始の予定

第10章 付録

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Product Code: GDGE0016TR

Summary

"Increasing Natural Gas Demand in China - Diversification of Gas Sources to Ensure Future Supply", is the latest report from GlobalData, the industry analysis specialists, that analyzes China's strategy to meet increasing natural gas demand in the country. The report provides information about China's efforts to explore new conventional and unconventional natural gas reserves and increase production from the existing reserves. The report also provides details about new LNG regasification terminals and cross-country natural gas pipelines to China. The report is compiled using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GlobalData's team of industry experts.

Scope

This report provides analysis about increasing natural gas demand in China, as well as the country's strategy to diversify its natural gas sources in order to meet the increasing demand. The report primarily focuses on the following -

  • Overview of the natural Gas Sector in China
  • Drivers responsible for increasing natural gas demand in China
  • Outlook for natural gas consumption in China till 2020
  • China's plans to increase domestic production from conventional gas reserves
  • Details of new international gas pipelines and LNG regasification terminals in China to enable the country increase its imports of natural gas
  • China's strategy to increase natural gas production from unconventional natural gas sources such as shale gas and coalbed methane.

Reasons to buy

This report will enhance your decision-making capabilities in a rapid and time sensitive manner. It will allow you to do the following -

  • Gain insight on natural gas demand in China
  • Understand about China's plans to increase domestic production of natural gas
  • Learn about new international natural gas pipelines to China
  • Know about new LNG regasification terminals in China
  • Learn about development of shale gas reserves in China
  • Learn about development of coalbed methane, sour gas and tight gas in China

Keywords

China, natural gas, Liquefied Natural Gas, regasification terminal, shale gas, sour gas, tight gas, coalbed methane, cross-country pipeline

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. Natural Gas Finds Increasing Role in China's Energy Sector

  • 3.1. Overview of the Natural Gas Sector in China
    • 3.1.1. China's Natural Gas Demand is Expected to Reach 375 Billion Cubic Meters by 2020
  • 3.2. Increasing Natural Gas Demand in China: Key Drivers
    • 3.2.1. Government Policies are Driving Natural Gas Demand in China
    • 3.2.2. Potential for Gas-fired Electricity Generation will Drive the Natural Gas Demand in China
    • 3.2.3. The Automobile Sector is Increasingly Using Natural Gas as an Alternate Fuel in China
    • 3.2.4. China Initiates Additional Natural Gas Price Reforms for Further Development of Natural Gas Sector in the Country

4. China is Increasing its Domestic Production of Conventional Natural Gas to Meet Growing Demand

  • 4.1. China Plans to Increase Conventional Natural Gas Production in the South China Sea
    • 4.1.1. CNOOC Makes Five Independent Discoveries in South China Sea in 2011
    • 4.1.2. Husky Energy has Decided to Develop Two Natural Gas Fields in the Liwan Gas Project, South China Sea
    • 4.1.3. Territorial Disputes among the Littoral Countries of the South China Sea is Likely to Affect China's Planned Production of Natural Gas
  • 4.2. China Continues to Discover and Increase Production of Conventional Natural Gas from its Onshore Reserves
    • 4.2.1. CNPC will Accelerate the Development of Three Conventional Oil and Gas Fields in China

5. China has Identified the Strategic Importance of the Development of its Shale Gas Resources

  • 5.1. China has Exploitable Shale Gas Reserves of 25.1 Trillion Cubic Meters
    • 5.1.1. Sichuan is the Most Explored Shale Gas Basin in China
    • 5.1.2. China and the US Launched Shale Gas Resource Initiative in 2009
    • 5.1.3. China has Announced a Five-year Shale Gas Development Plan in March 2012
    • 5.1.4. CNPC and Sinopec Lead the Way for Development of Shale Gas Resources in China
    • 5.1.5. Challenges for the Development of Shale Gas Resources in China

6. China will Increase Production from Coalbed Methane, Sour and Tight Gas to Meet Increasing Natural Gas Demand In the Country

  • 6.1. China has the Third -largest Coalbed Methane Reserves in World
    • 6.1.1. China Plans to Produce 30 Billion Cubic Meters of CBM by 2015
    • 6.1.2. Challenges for the Development of CBM in China
  • 6.2. China is also Developing Sour and Tight Gas Reserves to Meet Increasing Demand for Natural Gas
    • 6.2.1. Changbei is an Important Tight Gas Field in China
    • 6.2.2. Southern China has Abundant Sour Gas Reserves

7. Chinese NOCs are Investing in Overseas Natural Gas Assets to Ensure Stable Supply of Natural Gas

  • 7.1. CNOOC has Natural Gas Production Assets in Asia, South America and Oceania
  • 7.2. CNOOC Purchased 33.3% Interest in the Niobrara Shale from Chesapeake Energy for $1.3 Billion
  • 7.3. PetroChina Announced Plans to Acquire Additional Natural Gas Assets to Increase its Overseas Production
  • 7.4. Sinopec Announced Plans to Acquire All of its Parent's Overseas Assets in March 2012

8. China will Add New Cross-country Gas Pipeline Capacity to Increase Natural Gas Imports

  • 8.1. Several Cross-country Natural Gas Pipelines are Being Constructed to Increase Natural Gas Imports to China
    • 8.1.1. Kazakhstan-China Gas Pipeline
    • 8.1.2. Myanmar-China Gas Pipeline
    • 8.1.3. Uzbekistan-China Gas Pipeline
    • 8.1.4. Altai Gas Pipeline

9. China is Building LNG Regasification Terminals for Greater Natural Gas Imports

  • 9.1. Nine Regasification Terminals are Scheduled to Start Operations in China during the 2012-2016 Period
    • 9.1.1. Tianjin LNG Terminal
    • 9.1.2. Zhuhai LNG Terminal
    • 9.1.3. Tangshan LNG Terminal
    • 9.1.4. Hainan LNG Terminal
    • 9.1.5. Qingdao LNG Terminal

10. Appendix

  • 10.1. Market Definition
  • 10.2. Abbreviations
  • 10.3. Sources
  • 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: Natural Gas Industry, China, LNG Imports to China by Source Country, bcm, 2010
  • Table 2: Comparison of the Emissions of Natural Gas Fired Combined Cycle Power Plants with Pulverized Coal Supercritical Power Plants, Tons/Year, 2007
  • Table 3: Comparison of Energy Content* (Gross Heating Value) of Diesel, Gasoline, CNG, LNG and LPG, 2012
  • Table 4: Natural Gas Industry, China, Production from Major Fields, MMcm, 2011
  • Table 5: Shale Gas Industry, China, Key Data of Sichuan Basin and Tarim Basin, 2012
  • Table 6: CBM Industry, China, Forecast of Discovery of New Proven CBM Reserves for Select Provinces, bcm, 2012-2013
  • Table 7: CBM Industry, China, Forecast of Annual Ground CBM Production for Select Provinces, bcm, 2012-2015
  • Table 8: Natural Gas Industry, China, CNOOC's Net Natural Gas Production and Net Proved Natural Gas Reserves, 2011
  • Table 9: Natural Gas Industry, China, Select CNOOC Deals to Strengthen its Overseas Natural Gas Operations, 2008-2011
  • Table 10: Natural Gas Industry, China, Select PetroChina Deals to Strengthen its Overseas Natural Gas Operations, 2009-2012
  • Table 11: Natural Gas Industry, China, Select China Petrochemical Corporation and its Subsidiaries Deals, 2010-2011
  • Table 12: Natural Gas Industry, China, Snapshot of the Phase II of the Kazakhstan-China Gas Pipeline, 2012
  • Table 13: Natural Gas Industry, China, Snapshot of the Myanmar-China Gas Pipeline, 2012
  • Table 14: Natural Gas Industry, China, Snapshot of the Altai Gas Pipeline, 2012
  • Table 15: Natural Gas Industry, China, Snapshot of the Tianjin LNG Terminal, 2012
  • Table 16: Natural Gas Industry, China, Snapshot of the Zhuhai LNG Terminal, 2012
  • Table 17: Natural Gas Industry, China, Snapshot of the Tangshan LNG Terminal, 2012
  • Table 18: Natural Gas Industry, China, Snapshot of the Hainan LNG Terminal, 2012
  • Table 19: Natural Gas Industry, China, Snapshot of the Qingdao LNG Terminal, 2012

List of Figures

  • Figure 1: Energy Industry, China, Comparison of China's Energy Mix, %, 2000 and 2010
  • Figure 2: Natural Gas Industry, China, Distribution of Natural Gas Resources, 2010
  • Figure 3: Natural Gas Industry, China, Projected Natural Gas Consumption, bcm, 2011-2020
  • Figure 4: Natural Gas Industry, China, Natural Gas Consumption in China by End-use Category, %, 2010
  • Figure 5: Natural Gas Industry, China, Projected Number of Natural Gas-fueled Vehicles in China, Million, 2012
  • Figure 6: Natural Gas Industry, China, Projected Increase in Production of Natural Gas from Conventional Natural Gas Reserves, bcf, 2011-2020
  • Figure 7: South China Sea, Location Map, 2012
  • Figure 8: South China Sea, Location of Liwan 3-1 and Liuhua 34-2 Gas Fields, 2012
  • Figure 9: South China Sea, Ownership Claims by Littoral Countries, 2012
  • Figure 10: Shale Gas Industry, China, Location of Major Shale Gas Reserves and Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012
  • Figure 11: Shale Gas Industry, China, Prospective Areas in the Lower Silurian Shale, 2012
  • Figure 12: Shale Gas Industry, China, Prospective Areas in the Lower Cambrian Shale, 2012
  • Figure 13: Shale Gas Industry, China, Potential of Ordovician Shales in the Tarim Basin, 2012
  • Figure 14: Shale Gas Industry, China, Potential of Cambrian Shales in the Tarim Basin, 2012
  • Figure 15: Shale Gas Industry, China, Central Depression, Wulungu and the North Tianshan Foreland Depression in the Junggar Basin, 2012
  • Figure 16: Shale Gas Industry, China, Location of the Turpan-Hami Basin, 2012
  • Figure 17: Shale Gas Industry, China, Location of the Songliao Basin, 2012
  • Figure 18: Shale Gas Industry, China, China's Five-step Approach to Reach the Set Milestones in the Five-year Shale Gas Development Plan, 2012
  • Figure 19: Shale Gas Industry, China, Depletion of Ground Water Levels in China, 2011
  • Figure 20: Tight Gas Industry, China, Location of Jinqiu Block in Sichuan Province, 2012
  • Figure 21: Tight Gas Industry, China, Location of Sulige Field in Inner Mongolia , 2012
  • Figure 22: Natural Gas Industry, The US, Location of the Niobrara Shale, 2012
  • Figure 23: Natural Gas Industry, China, PetroChina's Upstream Locations Across the World, 2011
  • Figure 24: Natural Gas Industry, China, Planned International Natural Gas Pipelines, 2011
  • Figure 25: Natural Gas Industry, China, Projected Increase in Imports of Natural Gas from Pipelines, bcf, 2011-2020
  • Figure 26: Natural Gas Industry, China, Route of the Myanmar-China Gas Pipeline, 2011
  • Figure 27: Natural Gas Industry, China, Route of the Central Asia-China Gas Pipeline, 2012
  • Figure 28: Natural Gas Industry, China, Route of the Altai Gas Pipeline, 2012
  • Figure 29: Natural Gas Industry, China, Locations of the Planned/Under-construction LNG Terminals, 2012
  • Figure 30: Natural Gas Industry, China, Projected Increase in LNG Imports, bcf, 2011-2020
  • Figure 31: Natural Gas Industry, China, Location of Tianjin LNG Terminal, 2012
  • Figure 32: Natural Gas Industry, China, Location of Zhuhai LNG Terminal, 2012
  • Figure 33: Natural Gas Industry, China, Location of Tangshan LNG Terminal, 2012
  • Figure 34: Natural Gas Industry, China, Location of Hainan LNG Terminal, 2012
  • Figure 35: Natural Gas Industry, China, Location of Qingdao LNG Terminal, 2012
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