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海上液化天然ガス生産の世界市場 - 2018年

Offshore LNG Market Report to 2018

発行 Infield Systems Limited 商品コード 324957
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海上液化天然ガス生産の世界市場 - 2018年 Offshore LNG Market Report to 2018
出版日: 2013年02月28日 ページ情報: 英文 175 Pages
概要

海上プラントによる液化天然ガス(LNG)生産は、陸上での天然ガス液化と海上浮体ガス田開発両方の技術・環境を結合する画期的構想に基くもの。当レポートでは、海上液化天然ガス生産市場を対象に、今後2018年までの取引価額および浮体式プラント利用による液化・再ガス化の促進要因を綿密に予測・分析するとともに、市場動態変化の地域別分析、世界石油・ガス産業の将来発展に向けたマクロ展望など同分野についての最新調査情報をまとめています。

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第2章 マクロ市場

  • イントロダクション
    • シェールガス革命
    • 中東における緊張
  • 石油市場
    • 短期石油価格動態
    • 長期石油価格動態
    • 今後の市場リスク
  • プラント建設認可ポイント
  • 生産コスト曲線
  • 石油会社と契約業者
    • 石油会社
    • 油田サービス事業者
  • 海上生産量と海底埋蔵量
    • 未開発の石油・ガス埋蔵量
  • 5つの重要トレンド
    • 深海
    • 苛酷環境
    • 遠隔化
    • 小規模化
    • SURF(海底インフラ、供給パイプライン、汲み上げパイプ、自噴線) vs. 従来型石油ガス田開発
  • 主要な海盆
    • 北海
    • 米国生産とメキシコ湾市場
    • ブラジル
    • 次代の液化天然ガス産地、東アフリカ

第3章 マクロ展望 - ガス市場

  • 世界のガス市場
    • 世界のガス需給
    • 世界のガス価格
  • 世界の液化天然ガス(LNG)市場
  • 地域別ガス市場展望
    • 欧州
    • 日本
    • 米国
    • 中国
    • 東アフリカ
  • 非在来型ガス埋蔵量
    • シェールガス
    • 炭層メタン
    • 深海
  • 海上液化・再ガス化生産の影響
    • 海上液化
    • 海上再ガス化

第4章 海上浮体型液化

  • イントロダクション
    • 発展推進要因
    • 海上液化・再ガス化プラント設計
    • 海上浮体型液化生産力
  • 既発表の有望プロジェクト
  • 設備投資予測
    • 予測される設備投資のモデル形式
    • 予測される設備投資額
    • 地域別設備投資額
  • 代表的なプロジェクトの詳細
    • Prelude FLNG
    • The Prelude Legacy
    • FLEX LNG
    • Cash Maple FLNG
    • Lula Project
    • GDF Suez FLNG - Bonaparte
    • Petronas FLNG
    • Hoegh LNG
    • Lavaca Bay FLNG - Excelerate Energy
  • 重要課題
    • 封じ込めシステム
    • 出荷システム
    • 液化プロセス
  • 開発への影響ファクター
  • 将来見通し
    • 有望ガス田
    • 有望ガス田の識別
  • 方法論:有望な海上浮体式液化ガスプラントの開発
    • 世界的成果

第5章 海上再ガス化

  • 再ガス化市場
    • 発展推進要因
  • 海上再ガス化の概念
  • 設備投資予測
    • 予測される設備投資額
    • 地域別設備投資額
  • 代表的なプロジェクト
    • Petrobras Pecem and Guanabara Terminals(浮体式液化天然ガス受入基地)
    • ブラジルVT3液化天然ガス受入基地(ブラジル、グァナバラ湾)
    • Aguirre GasPort 液化天然ガス受入基地(プエルトリコ)
  • 将来見通し

第6章 地域展望

  • イントロダクション
  • アフリカ
    • 地域概要
    • 液化事業の発展性
    • 再ガス化事業の発展性
  • アジア
  • オーストラレーシア
  • 欧州
  • 中南米
  • 中東・カスピ海
  • 北米

第7章 付録・注記

目次

The offshore Floating LNG (liquefied natural gas) market is a revolutionary concept; combining onshore LNG (liquefied natural gas) concepts with offshore oil and gas field development floating technologies and environments. The Offshore LNG Market Report to 2018 provides a detailed forecast and analysis of the value of the offshore liquefied natural gas (LNG) sector, the drivers behind floating liquefaction (FLNG) and offshore regasification. A detailed regional assessment of the Offshore LNG (liquefied natural gas) market is also supplied, which provides critical information about the changing market dynamics within each region. Infield Systems' Offshore LNG Market Report to 2018 also provides a macro overview of the global oil and gas industry in order to provide context to the market.

Infield Systems is pleased to announce the launch of its latest ground-breaking publication - the second edition of its Offshore LNG Market Report to 2018. The launch of this report coincides with a particularly exciting time for this sector of the offshore oil and gas industry, with FLNG technology poised on the brink of remarkable growth. It is widely expected that the period to 2018 will mark the beginning of a more widespread use of this potentially market changing technology. Infield Systems' latest Offshore LNG report analyses the value of the LNG sector and the drivers for floating liquefaction and offshore regasification; as well as providing a regional assessment of the market outlook and an analysis of the number of stranded gas assets worldwide that could be suitable for development using FLNG technology.

Following the sanctioning of the world's first offshore LNG project, Shell's Prelude off North Western Australia in 2011, the much touted FLNG concept took its first steps to becoming reality. FLNG technology is expected to bring formerly stranded gas fields to the development table and align the global increase in natural gas demand with what is considered a more environmentally sustainable concept to onshore alternatives. As a result, a number of floating liquefaction and regasification projects are now in the planning stages across the globe. Indeed, the drivers for natural gas demand come from a variety of sources: Europe remains motivated by carbon emission reduction targets and an effort to diversify energy supplies; whilst China and India, expected to continue to lead global increases in energy demand, have also been subject to mounting pressure to implement emissions reduction policies and diversify their energy-mix. Indeed, Infield Systems expects natural gas to become more and more important in the global energy mix, given its lower carbon intensity compared with oil or coal, and reduced cost of production thanks to technological advances.

As a result of this activity, Infield Systems expects capital expenditure (Capex) on the Floating Liquefied Natural Gas (FLNG) and offshore regasification markets to increase significantly over the period to 2018, with the majority of this spend being attributed to the more capital intensive FLNG projects. In the short to medium term, the majority of planned FLNG projects are concentrated in Australia and South East Asia. However, further potential projects are likely to be announced in North and South America, Africa and the Middle East. Estimates suggest that there are over 2,000 trillion cubic feet (Tcf) of proven undeveloped offshore gas reserves in the world today. Infield Systems has sought to identify those reserves that hold the greatest potential to be developed using FLNG technology and, in doing so, has identified and grouped fields into prospective development clusters. In the short term, there are 257 development groups considered to hold the greatest potential, which are made up of over 1,000 fields, equating to over 340 Tcf of gas reserves. The majority of short term potential lies in Australasia, followed by South East Asia, West Africa and Latin America.

In contrast to the as yet undeveloped FLNG market, there are a number of existing operational platforms in the offshore regasification market. Infield Systems expects this market to show substantial increases in forecast Capex as a result of the large number of proposed global offshore LNG regasification projects. The number has increased significantly in recent years, driven by the surge in demand for natural gas from Asian markets where the majority of new terminals are forecast to be installed. The cost advantage and flexibility of floating regasification vessels in comparison to onshore terminals makes this an attractive option for operators. Whilst short term bearish market dynamics may delay the implementation of some of these projects, the positive longer term outlook for gas demand is likely to be a key driver in the development of regasification projects.

FLNG has the potential to make a significant impact on the global LNG market over the coming decade. Whilst the history of floating oil production facilities may also shed light on the prospects for FLNG; Since 1977 when the first FPSO was built, there are now some 150 in operation around the world, with 30-50 redeployments to date. At the moment, the FLNG market is on the cusp of remarkable growth as floating liquefaction projects under review are reaching FID, and new floating regasification projects continue to emerge.

Report Contents

  • Executive Summary - provides a concise, comprehensive overview of the offshore LNG market sector. Here, the main drivers of the offshore LNG demand are discussed, whilst the expected major supply markets over the period to 2018 are highlighted. The executive summary provides the key figures, findings and conclusions of the report.
  • Macro Overview reviews the drivers behind the gas industry. Examining global gas demand expectations over the forthcoming decade and the supply markets from which Infield Systems expects to see this increasing demand satisfied. In addition to an assessment of supply and demand dynamics, the Macro overview section also provides a forecast of global gas prices to 2020 and gives an overview of the key issues affecting the major regional gas markets. In addition, with the emerging markets of coalbed methane and in particular shale gas expected to play a significant role in the future prospects and competitiveness of floating LNG developments, this section provides an overview of these unconventional gas reserves and the potential impact of FLNG and offshore regasification.
  • Floating Liquefaction provides an in-depth review of the FLNG market and an analysis of forecast Capex spend to 2018. This section provides a summary of the drivers for its development as well as the basics of FLNG design and fabrication. This section also includes an assessment of technological issues and a discussion of working relationships and varying business models being pursued, as well as details of prominent contractors and fabrication specialists and a full listing of prospective and potential FLNG projects worldwide. The forecast capital expenditure contains breakdowns by likelihood of development, region and project phase. This section also incorporates an overview of a number of key projects that look likely to see development activity in the next few years.
  • Future Prospects includes a full assessment of the number of potential FLNG developments that have been discovered to date. This has been achieved by analysis of Infield Systems' proprietary database of offshore gas fields. Suitable field clusters and related prospectivity have been determined by assessment of a number of factors, such as, size, location and environmental conditions.
  • Offshore Regasification provides an overview of the key drivers for development, including energy security, seasonal gas demand and cost incentives. This section also highlights the key design concepts within the FSRU market and gives a description of proposed offshore concepts, an analysis of global forecast Capex spend to 2018 and a discussion of some key projects.
  • Regional Outlook provides FLNG Capex forecasts for each region (Africa, Asia, Australasia, Europe, Latin America, Middle East & Caspian and North America). This includes information on prospective FLNG developments by country, reserves and operator.

Why You Should Buy This Report

  • It provides an independent and up-to-date analysis of the offshore LNG sector, including a capital expenditure forecast to 2018 split by region and segment
  • It contains the latest list of proposed FLNG projects according to their proposed field and operator. A list of proposed offshore regasification projects is also included, detailing proposed location and operator
  • Infield Systems' unique offshore fields database and independent modelling process has been used to identify those potential gas reserves where FLNG technology could be the most suitable development solution
  • It provides a breakdown region by region, country by country of FLNG prospects, by considering those gas reserves deemed more prospective in the short to mid-term.

Searchable Online Projects Database:

Purchasers will receive 12 months' of free access to a unique data set through InfieldLive. The data set will identify prospective gas reserves for offshore liquefaction development. This data set forms the basis of the model used in the report and groups fields into possible development groups. Groups included are those containing fields within a defined geographic proximity, having the same field operator and having total group gas reserves in excess of 0.5Tcf. The following items are listed for each of the 950 fields within the defined development group:

  • Project Group Name
  • Operator
  • Field Name
  • Date / Year On Stream
  • Date / Year Discovered
  • Depletion Date /Year
  • Reserves
  • Production Rates
  • Location
  • Water Depths
  • Project Status
  • High Temperature / High Pressure

Access is provided through InfieldLive which gives the user access to the latest published data from Infield's research team.

Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2. MACRO MARKET

  • 2.1 Introduction
    • 2.1.1 The Shale Gas Revolution
    • 2.1.2 Tension in the Middle East
    • 2.2 Oil Markets
    • 2.2.1 Short Term Oil Price Dynamics
    • 2.2.2 Long Term Oil Price Dynamics
    • 2.2.3 Market Risk Ahead
  • 2.3 Field Sanction Points
  • 2.4 Production Cost Curve
  • 2.5 Oil Companies & Contractors
    • 2.5.1 Oil Companies
    • 2.5.2 Oilfield Services
  • 2.6 Offshore Production & Reserves
    • 2.6.1 Undeveloped Oil & Gas Reserves
  • 2.7 Five Key Trends
    • 2.7.1 Deepwater
    • 2.7.2 Harsh Environment
    • 2.7.3 Further (Remote)
    • 2.7.4 Smaller Developments
    • 2.7.5 SURF vs. Conventional Field Developments
  • 2.8 Key Basins
    • 2.8.1 The North Sea
    • 2.8.2 US Production and the Gulf of Mexico Market
    • 2.8.3 Brazil
    • 2.8.4 East Africa, the Next LNG Province

3. MACRO OVERVIEW - GAS MARKET

  • 3.1 Global Gas Market
    • 3.1.1 Global Gas Demand and Supply
    • 3.1.2 Global Gas Prices
  • 3.2 Global LNG Market
  • 3.3 Regional Gas Perspective
    • 3.3.1 Europe
    • 3.3.2 Japan
    • 3.3.3 United States of America
    • 3.3.4 China
    • 3.3.5 East Africa
  • 3.4 Unconventional Gas Reserves
    • 3.4.1 Shale Gas
    • 3.4.2 Coalbed Methane
    • 3.4.3 Deepwater
  • 3.5 FLNG Impacts
    • 3.5.1 Offshore Liquefaction
    • 3.5.2 Offshore Regasification

4. FLOATING LIQUEFACTION

  • 4.1 Introduction
    • 4.1.1 Drivers for Development
    • 4.1.2 FLNG Design
    • 4.1.3 FLNG Fabrication Capabilities
  • 4.2 Potential Announced Projects
  • 4.3 Forecast Capital Expenditure
    • 4.3.1 Forecast Capex Model Methodology
    • 4.3.2 Forecast Capex
    • 4.3.3 Capex by Region
  • 4.4 Selected Project Details
    • 4.4.1 Prelude FLNG
    • 4.4.2 The Prelude Legacy
    • 4.4.3 FLEX LNG
    • 4.4.4 Cash Maple FLNG
    • 4.4.5 Lula Project
    • 4.4.6 GDF Suez FLNG - Bonaparte
    • 4.4.7 Petronas FLNG
    • 4.4.8 Hoegh LNG
    • 4.4.9 Lavaca Bay FLNG - Excelerate Energy
  • 4.5 Critical Issues
    • 4.5.1 Containment Systems
    • 4.5.2 Offloading Systems
    • 4.5.3 Liquefaction Processes
  • 4.6 Factors Influencing Development
  • 4.7 Future Prospects
    • 4.7.1 Prospective Fields
    • 4.7.2 Identifying Prospective Fields
  • 4.8 Methodology: Prospective FLNG Developments
    • 4.8.1 Global Results

5. OFFSHORE REGASIFICATION

  • 5.1 Regasification Market
    • 5.1.1 Drivers for Development
  • 5.2 Offshore Regasification Concepts
  • 5.3 Forecast Capital Expenditure
    • 5.3.1 Forecast Capex
    • 5.3.2 Capex by Region
  • 5.4 Selected Projects
    • 5.4.1 Petrobras Pecém and Guanabara Terminals (FSRUs)
    • 5.4.2 Brazil LNG Import FSRU VT3 - Guanabara Bay, Brazil
    • 5.4.3 Aguirre GasPort LNG Import FSRU - Puerto Rico
  • 5.5 Future Prospects

6. REGIONAL OUTLOOK

  • 6.1 Introduction
  • 6.2 Africa
    • 6.2.1 Regional Overview
    • 6.2.2 Liquefaction Potential
    • 6.2.3 Regasification Potential
  • 6.3 Asia
    • 6.3.1 Regional Overview
    • 6.3.2 Liquefaction Potential
    • 6.3.3 Regasification Potential
  • 6.4 Australasia
    • 6.4.1 Regional Overview
    • 6.4.2 Liquefaction Potential
    • 6.4.3 Regasification Potential
  • 6.5 Europe
    • 6.5.1 Regional Overview
    • 6.5.2 Liquefaction Potential
    • 6.5.3 Regasification Potential
  • 6.6 Latin America
    • 6.6.1 Regional Overview
    • 6.6.2 Liquefaction Potential
    • 6.6.3 Regasification Potential
  • 6.7 Middle East & Caspian
    • 6.7.1 Regional Overview
    • 6.7.2 Liquefaction Potential
    • 6.7.3 Regasification Potential
  • 6.8 North America
    • 6.8.1 Regional Overview
    • 6.8.2 Liquefaction Potential
    • 6.8.3 Regasification Potential

7. APPENDICES & NOTES

  • 7.1 Defined Regions/Countries List
  • 7.2 Glossary, Acronyms & Abbreviations
    • 7.2.1 List of Acronyms & Abbreviations

LIST OF FIGURES

  • Figure 1 - 1: Forecast Capex (US $m) by Type 2012-2018
  • Figure 1 - 2: Global Offshore Undeveloped 2P Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Region and FLNG Prospectivity as at 2012
  • Figure 2 - 1: Iran Timeline vs. Oil Price
  • Figure 2 - 2: Brent/WTI 52-Week Price
  • Figure 2 - 3: Brent/WTI 52-Week Spread
  • Figure 2 - 4: Brent Volatility and VIX
  • Figure 2 - 5: Global Oil Demand and Supply
  • Figure 2 - 6: GDP Growth Rate [US/EU/China]
  • Figure 2 - 7: US Dollar Index vs. Brent Price
  • Figure 2 - 8: Three Oil Price Scenarios
  • Figure 2 - 9: Downside Risk Scenarios
  • Figure 2 - 10: Oil Price Scenarios: Drivers and Consequences
  • Figure 2 - 11: Field Sanction Points by Water Depth Group
  • Figure 2 - 12: Average Field Sanction Point by Water Depth Group
  • Figure 2 - 13: Production Cost Curves
  • Figure 2 - 14: Super Major Upstream Capital Expenditure (US$m) and 2012 Budgets
  • Figure 2 - 15: Q2 2012 Backlogs for Technip, Subsea 7 and Saipem (*Acergy Combined with Subsea7 Jan 2011)
  • Figure 2 - 16: Number of Rigs Under Contract Globally
  • Figure 2 - 17: Global Rig Fleet by Operational Status
  • Figure 2 - 18: Major Shipyard Order Backlog vs. Oil Price
  • Figure 2 - 19: Oil Production Trends - Onshore vs. Offshore
  • Figure 2 - 20: 2P Undeveloped Gas Reserves by Region
  • Figure 2 - 21: 2P Undeveloped Oil Reserves by Region
  • Figure 2 - 22: Oilfields by On-Stream Year, Reserve Size and Water Depth
  • Figure 2 - 23: Undeveloped Deepwater Reserves by Country
  • Figure 2 - 24: Intermediate & Harsh Environment Field Developments
  • Figure 2 - 25: Increasing Tieback Lengths
  • Figure 2 - 26: Small Field Developments
  • Figure 2 - 27: Fields On-stream by Development Type
  • Figure 2 - 28: UKCS Oil Production by Field, 1975-2011 (million m3/year)
  • Figure 2 - 29: NCS Oil Production by Field (million m3/year)
  • Figure 2 - 30: UK vs. Norway Field Development Sizes
  • Figure 2 - 31: UK vs. Norway Drilling Activity
  • Figure 2 - 32: US Crude Production (million bpd)
  • Figure 2 - 33: Gulf of Mexico Oil Production (million bpd)
  • Figure 2 - 34: US Gas Production (TCF/year)
  • Figure 2 - 35: Shallow Water Platform Installations vs. Shallow Water E&A Wells
  • Figure 2 - 36: US GoM Rigs by Target Type
  • Figure 2 - 37: US Shallow Water Permits Approved (New Wells Only)
  • Figure 2 - 38: US Deepwater Permits Approved (New Wells Only)
  • Figure 2 - 39: Offshore Oil Production in Brazil by Field (Barrels Per Day)
  • Figure 2 - 40: Exploration Wells Drilled in Brazil, Split by Basin
  • Figure 2 - 41: Development Wells Drilled in Brazil, Split by Basin
  • Figure 2 - 42: 2P Cumulative Gas Reserves (BCF) for Mozambique and Tanzania
  • Figure 3 - 1: Global Gas Demand Trend to 2020
  • Figure 3 - 2: Global Gas Demand Trend to 2020
  • Figure 3 - 3: Global Gas Supply and Demand Pattern 2013-2018
  • Figure 3 - 4: Regional Gas Prices to 2020
  • Figure 3 - 5: LNG Consumption by Region 2010
  • Figure 3 - 6: LNG Consumption by Region 2011
  • Figure 3 - 7: LNG as a Proportion of Total Global Gas Consumption to 2018
  • Figure 3 - 8: Global Gas Consumption Forecast to 2018
  • Figure 3 - 9: European Imported Oil and Gas Prices ($/ mmBtu )
  • Figure 3 - 10: Japan Imported Oil and Gas Prices ($/ mmBtu)
  • Figure 3 - 11: US Henry Hub Gas Prices ($/ mmBtu)
  • Figure 3 - 12: Gas Discoveries by Water Depth and Year Discovered
  • Figure 4 - 1: Processes in the Fabrication of an FLNG Asset
  • Figure 4 - 2: Specialist Contractor Capabilities
  • Figure 4 - 3: FPSO Hull Fabrication (Tonnage) by Installation & Manufacturer Region as at 2012
  • Figure 4 - 4: Fabrication Capabilities of South Korean (Green) and Chinese (Red) Yards
  • Figure 4 - 5: Announced FLNG Projects as at Q2 2012 (Red projects are currently cancelled, deferred or alternative plans to other developments)
  • Figure 4 - 6: Announced FLNG Projects as at Q1 2013 (Red projects are currently cancelled, deferred or alternative plans to other developments)
  • Figure 4 - 7: Forecast Liquefaction Capex (US $m) 2012-2018
  • Figure 4 - 8: Base Case Forecast Liquefaction Capex by Status (US$m) 2012-2018
  • Figure 4 - 9: Forecast Liquefaction Capex (US $m) by Region 2012-2018
  • Figure 4 - 10: Forecast Liquefaction Capex (%) by Region 2012-2018
  • Figure 4 - 11: Forecast Liquefaction Capex (US$m) by Spend Type 2012-2018
  • Figure 4 - 12: Lag Time of Past Gas Reserves
  • Figure 4 - 13: Pictorial Representation of Field Clustering & Tiering
  • Figure 4 - 14: Methodology to Identify Prospective FLNG Developments
  • Figure 4 - 15: Global Undeveloped Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Region as at 2012
  • Figure 4 - 16: Global Undeveloped Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Tier as at 2012
  • Figure 4 - 17: Tier 1 & Tier 2 Prospective Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Region as at 2012
  • Figure 4 - 18: Tier 1 & 2 Global Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Region and Operator
  • Figure 5 - 1: Forecast Regasification Capex (US $m) 2012-2018
  • Figure 5 - 2: Forecast Regasification Capex (US $m) by Region 2012-2018
  • Figure 6 - 1: Graphical Illustration of Defined Regions
  • Figure 6 - 2: Regional Drivers for FLNG Development - Undeveloped 2P Reserves
  • Figure 6 - 3: Africa - Regional Graphic
  • Figure 6 - 4: African Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Country as at 2012
  • Figure 6 - 5: Tier 1 & 2 Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Country as at 2012
  • Figure 6 - 6: Tier 1 & 2 Development Group Count by Country as at 20122
  • Figure 6 - 7: Tier 1 & 2 Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Operator & Country as at 2012
  • Figure 6 - 8: Tier 1 & 2 Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Operator as at 2012
  • Figure 6 - 9: West African Gas Fields (Within Tier 1 - 4 Development Groups) as at 2012
  • Figure 6 - 10: East Africa Gas Fields (Within Tier 1 - 4 Development Groups) as at 2012
  • Figure 6 - 11: Asia - Regional Graphic
  • Figure 6 - 12: Asian Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Country as at 2012
  • Figure 6 - 13: Tier 1 & 2 Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Country as at 2012
  • Figure 6 - 14: Tier 1 & 2 Development Group Count by Country as at 2012
  • Figure 6 - 15: Tier 1 & 2 Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Operator & Country as at 2012
  • Figure 6 - 16: Tier 1 & 2 Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Operator as at 2012
  • Figure 6 - 17: South East Asia Prospective Gas Fields (Within Tier 1 - 4 Development Groups) as at 2012
  • Figure 6 - 18: Australasia - Regional Graphic
  • Figure 6 - 19: Australasian Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Country as at 2012
  • Figure 6 - 20: Tier 1 & 2 Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Country as at 2012
  • Figure 6 - 21: Tier 1 & 2 Development Group Count by Country as at 2012
  • Figure 6 - 22: Tier 1 & 2 Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Operator & Country as at 2012
  • Figure 6 - 23: Tier 1 & 2 Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Operator as at 2012
  • Figure 6 - 24: Australasian Gas Fields (Within Tier 1 - 4 Development Groups) as at 2012
  • Figure 6 - 25: Europe - Regional Graphic
  • Figure 6 - 26: European Development Group Count by Country as at 2012
  • Figure 6 - 27: European Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Operator as at 2012
  • Figure 6 - 28: Latin America - Regional Graphic
  • Figure 6 - 29: Latin American Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Country as at 2012
  • Figure 6 - 30: Tier 1 & 2 Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Country as at 2012
  • Figure 6 - 31: Tier 1 & 2 Development Group Count by Country as at 2012
  • Figure 6 - 32: Tier 1 & 2 Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Operator as at 2012
  • Figure 6 - 33: Latin America Gas Fields (Within Tier 1 - 4 Development Groups) as at 2012
  • Figure 6 - 34: Middle East & Caspian - Regional Graphic
  • Figure 6 - 35: Middle Eastern Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Country as at 2012
  • Figure 6 - 36: Prospective Middle Eastern Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Country as at 2012
  • Figure 6 - 37: Prospective Middle Eastern Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Country as at 2012
  • Figure 6 - 38: Middle Eastern Development Group Count by Country as at 2012
  • Figure 6 - 39: Middle East & Caspian Gas Fields (Within Tier 1 - 4 Development Groups) as at 2012
  • Figure 6 - 40: North America - Regional Graphic
  • Figure 6 - 41: North American Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Country as at 2012
  • Figure 6 - 42: Tier 4 Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Operator & Country as at 2012
  • Figure 6 - 43: Tier 4 Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Operator as at 2012

LIST OF TABLES

  • Table 1 - 1: Forecast FLNG and Offshore Regasification Capex (US $m)
  • Table 3 - 1: Global Gas Demand and Supply Dynamics to 2018
  • Table 4 - 1: Forecast Liquefaction Capex (US $m) 2012-2018
  • Table 4 - 2: Forecast Liquefaction Capex (US $m) by Status 2012-2018
  • Table 4 - 3: Forecast Liquefaction Capex (US $m) by Region 2012-2018
  • Table 4 - 4: Forecast Liquefaction Capex (US$m) by Spend Type 2012-2018
  • Table 4 - 5: Prelude FLNG Specifications
  • Table 4 - 6: FLEX LNG Producer Specifications
  • Table 4 - 7: Cash Maple FLNG Specifications
  • Table 4 - 8: Bonaparte FLNG Specifications
  • Table 4 - 9: Petronas' FLNG 1 specifications
  • Table 4 - 10: Lavaca Bay FLNG Specifications
  • Table 4 - 11: Identified Prospective Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Region & Tier as at 2012
  • Table 4 - 12: Tier 1 & 2 Global Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Region and Operator
  • Table 5 - 1: Forecast Regasification Capex (US$m) by Region 2012-2018
  • Table 5 - 2: Active Proposed Offshore Regasification Projects by Region as at 2012
  • Table 6 - 1: African Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Country as at 2012
  • Table 6 - 2: Tier 1 & 2 African Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Operator & Country as at 2012
  • Table 6 - 3: Asian Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Country as at 2012
  • Table 6 - 4: Tier 1 & 2 Asian Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Operator & Country as at 2012
  • Table 6 - 5: Australasian Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Country as at 2012
  • Table 6 - 6: Tier 1 & 2 Australasian Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Operator & Country as at 2012
  • Table 6 - 7: European Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Country as at 2012
  • Table 6 - 8: Latin American Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Country as at 2012
  • Table 6 - 9: Tier 1 & 2 Latin American Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Operator & Country as at 2012
  • Table 6 - 10: Middle Eastern Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Country as at 2012
  • Table 6 - 11: North American Gas Reserves (Tcf) by Country as at 2012
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