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US Shale Gas Industry Analysis

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米国のシェールガス産業 US Shale Gas Industry Analysis
出版日: 2014年11月01日 ページ情報: 英文 96 Pages
概要

これまで到達不可能であった天然ガス田へのアクセスを支援する技術や生産能力を改善する技術など、技術面における進歩から、米国のシェールガスE&Pへの注目が高まっています。過去数年においては、数十億ドル規模のシェールガス開発契約が何件も締結されており、米国および世界の企業が大きな可能性を秘めているとして同産業への関心を示しています。

当レポートでは、米国のシェールガス産業の現状と見通しについて調査し、米国のシェールガス産業の概要、埋蔵量と主な鉱床、天然ガスおよびシェールガスの生産規模の推移と予測、産業の発展に好意的な材料と市場機会、解消すべき課題、シェールガス開発関連の投資および契約の動向、関連法規制・支援策、主要事業者のプロファイルなどをまとめています。

第1章 米国のシェールガス産業:概要

第2章 シェールガス産業:探鉱・技術・科学技術面

  • バリューチェーン分析
  • 探鉱
  • 掘削・開発
  • 生産・加工
  • 流通

第3章 米国のシェールガス埋蔵量

  • 可採埋蔵量
  • 所在地別
    • Antrim Shale(ミシガン州)
    • Barnett Shale(テキサス州)
    • Caney Shale(オクラホマ州)
    • Conesauga Shale(アラバマ州)
    • Fayetteville Shale(アーカンソー州)
    • Floyd Shale(アラバマ州)
    • Gothic Shale(コロラド州)
    • Haynesville Shale(ルイジアナ州)
    • Collingwood-Utica Shale(ミシガン州)
    • New Albany Shale(イリノイ盆地)
    • Pearsall Shale(テキサス州)
    • Devonian Shales(アパラチア盆地)
    • Utica Shale(ニューヨーク州・オハイオ州)
    • Woodford Shale(オクラホマ州)

第4章 シェールガスE&Pへの投資

第5章 米国におけるシェールガス生産の分析

第6章 米国のシェールガス産業の力学

  • 強材料
  • 解消すべき課題
  • 成長機会

第7章 米国のシェールガス開発:将来の展望

第8章 シェールブームによるLNG輸出プロジェクトの推進

第9章 米国のシェールガス関連の法規制など

  • 政府による支援
  • 政策・規制
  • 関連機関

第10章 競合環境

  • Anadarko Petroleum Corporation
  • BHP Billiton
  • Chesapeake Energy Corporation
  • CONSOL Energy Inc
  • Devon Energy Corporation
  • Encana Corporation
  • Exxon Mobil Corporation
  • Marathon Oil
  • Noble Energy
  • Southwestern Energy Company

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目次

Shale gas has emerged as one of the sought after investments areas in the energy sector, especially in the US. Combined with the technical advances that have helped access huge and previously inaccessible natural gas reserves and the production capability in the industry, there has been increased interest in the US shale gas industry, both on the production and exploration side. The first commercial shale gas well was drilled in the US in 1821 in the Devonian Fredonia Shale formation in Fredonia, New York. The scope, potential and importance of shale gas production was however overshadowed by the much larger volumes produced from conventional gas reservoirs. The Barnett field in the Dallas Fort Worth area of Texas has been historically the major shale gas producing area of the US. This area saw significant drilling activity in the late 1990s and has grown to be one of the largest natural gas fields in the US. This area had a production of 1.83 TCF in 2010, accounting for more than a third of all shale gas production in the US. The Barnett field has a productive use of about 5,000 square miles.

The technical expertise and information gained from over a decade of production from developing the Barnett Shale play in Texas has been immense. This has played a major role in improving the efficiency of shale gas development around the country. The Marcellus Shale in the eastern United States has also been an important one and other well locations that are suitable and have potential for economical gas production is being identified. This has been achieved by using surface, subsurface geology techniques and seismic techniques to generate maps of the subsurface.

Combined with the technical advances that have helped access huge and previously inaccessible natural gas reserves and the production capability in the industry, there has been increased interest in the US shale gas industry, both on the production and exploration side. In recent months and years we have seen many multibillion dollar shale gas development deals over the past year. American and global companies have shown an interest in the industry that is seen to have much potential. Between 2008 and 2012, the country saw investments of about US$ 130 Billion in tight oil and shale gas projects and about a fifth of these came from abroad through joint ventures.

The prospects for shale gas production are significant and hold much promise but there are considerable aspects of uncertainty with respect to the size and economics of this resource. While there are many large shale formations, some formations such as the Marcellus are so large that it has been possible to do extensive production testing on only a limited portion of the entire formation. Moreover most of the shale gas wells drillings have been recent and this gives rise to apprehensions and considerable uncertainty regarding their long term productivity. Though there have been achievements with regard to development of well drilling and completion technology there is uncertainty in the future course of development of technology that would enable the country to substantially increase well productivity and reduce production costs.

“US Shale Gas Industry Analysis” Report Highlight:

  • US Shale Gas Industry Overview
  • Shale Gas Exploration, Technical and Technology Aspects
  • US Shale Gas Reserve Analysis: Technical & Recoverable Reserves
  • Investments in Shale Gas Exploration & Production
  • US Shale Gas Sector Dynamics
  • Shale Boom to Drive LNG Export Projects

Table of Contents

1. US Shale Gas Industry Overview

2. Shale Gas Sector - Exploration, Technical and Technology Aspects

  • 2.1. Value chain analysis
  • 2.2. Exploration
  • 2.3. Drilling and Development
  • 2.4. Production & Processing
  • 2.5. Distribution

3. US Shale Gas Reserve Analysis

  • 3.1. Technical & Recoverable Reserves
  • 3.2. By Location
    • 3.2.1. Antrim Shale, Michigan
    • 3.2.2. Barnett Shale, Texas
    • 3.2.3. Caney Shale, Oklahoma
    • 3.2.4. Conesauga Shale, Alabama
    • 3.2.5. Fayetteville Shale, Arkansas
    • 3.2.6. Floyd Shale, Alabama
    • 3.2.7. Gothic Shale, Colorado
    • 3.2.8. Haynesville Shale, Louisiana
    • 3.2.9. Collingwood-Utica Shale, Michigan
    • 3.2.10. New Albany Shale, Illinois Basin
    • 3.2.11. Pearsall Shale, Texas
    • 3.2.12. Devonian Shales, Appalachian Basin
    • 3.2.13. Utica Shale, New York and Ohio
    • 3.2.14. Woodford Shale, Oklahoma

4. Investments in Shale Gas Exploration & Production

5. US Shale Gas Production Analysis

6. US Shale Gas Sector Dynamics

  • 6.1. Favorable Parameters
  • 6.2. Challenges to be Resolved
  • 6.3. Growth Opportunities

7. US Shale Gas Development Future Outlook

8. Shale Boom to Drive LNG Export Projects

9. US Shale Gas Regulatory Aspects

  • 9.1. Government Support
  • 9.2. Policy & regulations
  • 9.3. Institutions

10. Competitive Landscape

  • 10.1. Anadarko Petroleum Corporation
  • 10.2. BHP Billiton
  • 10.3. Chesapeake Energy Corporation
  • 10.4. CONSOL Energy Inc
  • 10.5. Devon Energy Corporation
  • 10.6. Encana Corporation
  • 10.7. Exxon Mobil Corporation
  • 10.8. Marathon Oil
  • 10.9. Noble Energy
  • 10.10. Southwestern Energy Company

List of Figures:

  • Figure 2-1: Lifecycle Phases of Wellhead
  • Figure 3-1: US - Shale Gas Reserves Comparison With Top 10 Global Shale Gas Reserves
  • Figure 3-2: US - Share in Global Shale Gas Reserves
  • Figure 3-3: US - Proven Shale Gas Reserves, 2007-2012 (Trillion Cubic Feet)
  • Figure 3-4: US - Shale Gas Reserves By Region (%)
  • Figure 3-5: Antrim Shale Play - Average General Properties
  • Figure 3-6: Barnett Shale Play - Average General Properties
  • Figure 4-1: Investment in Chemical Industry Arising from Shale Gas, 2010-2020 (US$ Billion)
  • Figure 5-1: US - Natural Gas Production (Trillion Cubic Feet), 2007-2013
  • Figure 5-2: US - Natural Gas Producing Wells, 2008-2013
  • Figure 5-3: US - Shale Gas Production (Trillion Cubic Feet), 2007-2012
  • Figure 5-4: Shale Gas Share of Natural Gas Production (%), 2007-2012
  • Figure 5-5: US - Share of Natural Gas in Total Energy Consumption, 2013
  • Figure 5-6: US - Natural Gas Consumption by Sector, 2013
  • Figure 7-1: US - Shale Gas Production Estimates (Trillion Cubic feet), 2012 & 2040
  • Figure 7-2: US - Chemical Industry Output Driven by Shale Gas Induced Competitiveness, 2012-2020 (US$ Billion)
  • Figure 8-1: US - Natural Gas Export (Trillion Cubic Feet), 2008-2013

List of Tables:

  • Table 3-1: US - Technically Recoverable Shale Oil and Shale Gas Unproved Resources, 2012
  • Table 3-2: US - Shale Gas Reserves by State (Billion Cubic Feet), 2007-2012
  • Table 3-3: Barnett & Fayetteville Shale Gas Play Descriptive Technical Data
  • Table 3-4: Haynesville-Bossier & Marcellus Shale Gas Play Descriptive Technical Data
  • Table 3-5: Woodford & Antrim Shale Gas Play Descriptive Technical Data
  • Table 3-6: New Albany & Utica-Pt. Pleasant Shale Gas Play Descriptive Technical Data
  • Table 3-7: Eagle Ford & Pearsall Shale Gas Play Descriptive Technical Data
  • Table 3-8: Mancos & Lewis Shale Gas Play Descriptive Technical Data
  • Table 3-9: Antrim Shale Play Net Acreage by Company
  • Table 3-10: Barnett Shale Play Net Acreage by Company
  • Table 3-11: Conesauga Shale Play Net Acreage by Company
  • Table 4-1: US - Shale Gas Deals
  • Table 4-2: US - Shale Play Acquisition & Deal Value (US$ Billion)
  • Table 4-3: Current and Planned Investment Related to Shale Gas Extraction
  • Table 5-1: US - Natural Gas Producing Wells by State, 2008-2013
  • Table 5-2: US - Shale Gas Production by State & Region Level
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