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Iraq Oil and Gas Projects Market Report 2013

発行 MEED Insight 商品コード 292942
出版日 ページ情報 英文 256 Pages
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イラク石油・ガスプロジェクト市場レポート Iraq Oil and Gas Projects Market Report 2013
出版日: 2013年08月01日 ページ情報: 英文 256 Pages
概要

莫大な埋蔵量と、それに匹敵する野心を抱くイラクの石油・ガス部門は、今まさにその事業を開花させつつあります。政府は石油を中心に据え、大規模なインフラ拡張計画を準備しています。イラクは前例のない規模の石油・ガス生産の拡大を計画しており、10数社の国際的な石油会社の支援の下、産出量を日産で1,200万バーレル以上に引き上げようとしています。この3年間で炭化水素プロジェクトにおける支出は大幅に増加して100億米ドルを超え、計画されているプロジェクトの総額は1,300億米ドルを超えます。

当レポートでは、イラクの石油・ガスプロジェクト市場を取り上げ、同国の石油・ガス産業を概括し、アップストリーム(上流工程)、ミッドストリーム(中流工程)およびダウンストリーム(下流工程)の分野におけるプロジェクト市場について調査分析するとともに、主要なプロジェクトおよび企業の概要を提示するなど、概略以下の構成でお届けいたします。

第1章 序

第2章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第3章 イントロダクション

  • 地理と人口動態
  • 最近の歴史
  • 経済
  • 政府の構造
  • イラクにおける主な課題

第4章 イラク石油産業の概要

  • 石油部門の略史
  • 石油産業の構造
  • 石油収入
  • 法的枠組み
  • 調達プロセス
  • 物流の障害
  • 建設の機会

第5章 アップストリーム(上流工程)石油・ガス

  • アップストリーム石油
  • アップストリームガス
  • イラクにおける石油・ガス埋蔵量の開発
  • 第一入札ラウンド
  • 第二入札ラウンド
  • 第三入札ラウンド
  • 第四入札ラウンド
  • アップストリーム部門における石油省の将来計画
  • 生産増に伴う課題
  • クルジスタン地域におけるアップストリーム石油
  • クルジスタン地域におけるアップストリームガス

第6章 ミッドストリーム(中流工程)石油・ガス

  • パイプラインのセキュリティー
  • 石油パイプラインおよび貯蔵
  • 原油輸出ターミナル
  • ミッドストリームプロジェクト
  • ミッドストリームガス
  • ミッドストリームガスプロジェクト
  • クルドパイプライン
  • KRGパイプラインプロジェクト

第7章 ダウンストリーム(下流工程)石油・ガス

  • 精製製品に対する需要の拡大
  • リハビリテーションの課題
  • 旧式の設計および生産
  • 規格外原油の供給
  • イラクの既存精製業者
  • ダウンストリームプロジェクト
  • グリーンフィールド(未開発田)精製プロジェクトの利点と課題
  • ブラウンフィールド(利用されなくなった油田)精製プロジェクト
  • 石油化学製品
  • クルジスタン地域におけるダウンストリーム石油

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目次
Product Code: IRAQ-OIL-GAS-PROJECTS-2013

A comprehensive overview of Iraq's oil and gas sector, covering upstream production, pipeline and export infrastructure, refineries and petrochemical plants

With its enormous reserves, and equally big ambitions, the Iraqi oil and gas sector is now opening up for business. The government is preparing a massive infrastructure expansion programme with oil at its centre. Iraq is planning an unprecedented expansion of its oil and gas production, lifting output to more than 12 million barrels a day (b/d) with the help of more than a dozen international oil companies (IOCs).

Covering all aspects of the $140bn-plus Iraqi oil and gas sector, the latest research report by MEED Insight, Iraq Oil and Gas Projects 2013, highlights government policy, key areas of spending, major project plans and opportunities along with macroeconomic and political data.

Totalling more than 220 pages, the Iraq Oil and Gas Projects 2013 report provides information on the entire hydrocarbons sector, from production through to downstream industries. It also quantifies the projects market as a whole and offers an in-depth breakdown and analysis of all planned future projects.

Through this comprehensive report you will be able to:

  • Identify key project opportunities in Iraq's $140bn-plus oil sector
  • Quantify the upstream, midstream and downstream markets
  • Access macroeconomic and political data
  • Understand the challenges facing the sector
  • Gain in-depth understanding and win work in Iraq

Hydrocarbons project spending has ramped up significantly to more than $10bn over the past three years, with more than $130bn worth of projects planned, the country will be the focus of attention for investors in the region.

Table of Contents

1. Preface

2. Executive Summary

3. Introduction

  • 3.1 Geography and demographics
  • 3.2 Recent history
  • 3.3 Economy
  • 3.4 Government structure
    • 3.4.1 Federal government.
    • 3.4.2 Government of the Kurdistan region
  • 3.5 Key challenges for Iraq
    • 3.5.1 The challenge of regionalism
    • 3.5.2 2014 parliamentary elections
    • 3.5.3 Relations with Iran
    • 3.5.4 Security
    • 3.5.5 Corruption

4. Overview of the Iraq oil industry

  • 4.1 Brief history of the oil sector
  • 4.2 Oil Industry structure
    • 4.2.1 The Kurdish exception
    • 4.2.2 The status of Kirkuk
    • 4.2.3 Oil exports and the State Oil Marketing Organisation
    • 4.2.4 Transparency
  • 4.3 Oil revenues
    • 4.3.1 Iraq's dependence on oil revenues
    • 4.3.2 Restoring control over oil revenues
    • 4.3.3 Revenue sharing between the KRG and Baghdad
  • 4.4 Legal framework
  • 4.5 The procurement process
    • 4.5.1 The challenge for contractors
  • 4.6 Logistical obstacles
    • 4.6.1 Drilling rigs
    • 4.6.2 Customs and equipment
  • 4.7 Construction opportunities
    • 4.7.1 Petrofac
    • 4.7.2 Saipem
    • 4.7.3 Samsung Engineering
    • 4.7.4 Technip
    • 4.7.5 Chinese contractors

5. Upstream Oil & Gas

  • 5.1 Upstream Oil
    • 5.1.1 Oil reserves
    • 5.1.2 Oil production
    • 5.1.3 Regional comparison
  • 5.2 Upstream gas
  • 5.3 Developing Iraq's oil and gas reserves
    • 5.3.1 Al-Ahdab
  • 5.4 Bid round one
    • 5.4.1 Controversy over the Rumaila contract
    • 5.4.2 Progress since bidding round one
    • 5.4.3 Missan
    • 5.4.4 Rumaila
    • 5.4.5 West Qurna-1
    • 5.4.6 Zubair
  • 5.5 Bid round two
    • 5.5.1 Contract terms
    • 5.5.2 Progress since bidding round two
    • 5.5.3 Badra
    • 5.5.4 Gharraf
    • 5.5.5 Halfaya
    • 5.5.6 Majnoon
    • 5.5.7 Najma and Qayara
    • 5.5.8 West Qurna-2
  • 5.6 Bid round three
    • 5.6.1 Akkaz gas field
    • 5.6.2 Mansouriya gas field
  • 5.7 Bid round four
    • 5.7.1 Blocks awarded in round four
  • 5.8 Future Oil Ministry plans for upstream sector
    • 5.8.1 Future upstream projects
    • 5.8.2 Future production levels
    • 5.8.3 Pressure to revise contracts
  • 5.9 Challenges around increased production
    • 5.9.1 Southern oil reservoirs
    • 5.9.2 Water injection
  • 5.10 Upstream oil in the Kurdistan region
    • 5.10.1 Production sharing contracts
    • 5.10.2 Tawke
    • 5.10.3 Taq Taq
    • 5.10.4 Khurmala Dome
    • 5.10.5 Shaikan
    • 5.10.6 Kurdish discoveries
  • 5.11 Upstream gas in the Kurdistan region
    • 5.11.1 Khor Mor and Chemchemaal
    • 5.11.2 Miran West and Miran East fields

6. Midstream Oil & Gas

  • 6.1 Pipeline security
  • 6.2 Oil pipelines and storage
    • 6.2.1 Domestic pipelines and pumping stations
    • 6.2.2 Export pipelines
    • 6.2.3 Storage facilities
  • 6.3 Crude oil export terminals
    • 6.3.1 Al-Basra Oil Terminal
    • 6.3.2 Khor al-Amaya Oil Terminal
    • 6.3.3 Umm Qasr and Khor al-Zubair
  • 6.4 Midstream projects
    • 6.4.1 Domestic pipeline projects
    • 6.4.2 Export pipeline projects
    • 6.4.3 Iraq crude oil export expansion project
    • 6.4.4 Other expansion plans in the south
    • 6.4.5 Refined products import project
    • 6.4.6 Syriaexport pipelines
    • 6.4.7 Jordan export pipeline
    • 6.4.8 Storage facility projects
    • 6.4.9 Pumping station projects
  • 6.5 Midstream gas.
    • 6.5.1 Existing gas pipelines
    • 6.5.2 Gas export pipeline to Kuwait
    • 6.5.3 Current gas treatment facilities
    • 6.5.4 North Gas Company
    • 6.5.5 South Gas Company
  • 6.6 Midstream gas projects
    • 6.6.1 Gas processing.
    • 6.6.2 Gas pipeline projects
    • 6.6.3 South Gas project (Basra Gas Company)
    • 6.6.4 Further criticisms of the Shell deal
    • 6.6.5 Missan gas projects
    • 6.6.6 Gas export options.
  • 6.7 Kurdish pipelines
  • 6.8 KRG pipeline projects
    • 6.8.1 Kurdistan Iraq crude export pipeline
    • 6.8.2 Shaikan pipeline
    • 6.8.3 Kurdistan-Turkey pipeline
    • 6.8.4 Nabucco gas pipeline

7. Downstream Oil & Gas

  • 7.1 Rising demand for refined products
  • 7.2 The rehabilitation challenge
  • 7.3 Antiquated design and production
  • 7.4 Irregular crude oil supplies
  • 7.5 Iraq's existing refineries
    • 7.5.1 North Refineries Company
    • 7.5.2 Midland Refineries Company
    • 7.5.3 South Refineries Company
    • 7.5.4 Nasiriyah and other smaller refineries
  • 7.6 Downstream projects
    • 7.6.1 Greenfield refinery projects
    • 7.6.2 Nasiriyah Integrated Project
    • 7.6.3 Karbala refinery
    • 7.6.4 Kirkuk refinery
    • 7.6.5 Missan refinery
    • 7.6.6 Other planned refineries: Ninevah and Mosul
  • 7.7 Benefits and challenges for greenfield refinery projects
    • 7.7.1 Legal framework for investors
    • 7.7.2 Financial challenges
  • 7.8 Brownfield refinery projects
    • 7.8.1 North refinery expansion
    • 7.8.2 Daura refinery expansion and rehabilitation
  • 7.9 Petrochemicals
    • 7.9.1 Existing facilities
    • 7.9.2 Petrochemicals projects
  • 7.10 Downstream oil in the Kurdistan region
    • 7.10.1 Erbil refinery
    • 7.10.2 Bazian refinery
    • 7.10.3 Other refineries
    • 7.10.4 Kurdish refinery projects
    • 7.10.5 Kurdistan petrochemicals

List of tables

  • Table 1: Snapshot of demographics by province
  • Table 2: Iraq economic indicators, 2002-12
  • Table 3: Key indicators
  • Table 4: Branches of government
  • Table 5: Iraqi government
  • Table 6: Kurdistan Regional Government
  • Table 7: Regionalism in Iraq
  • Table 8: Iraq's security forces
  • Table 9: Iraq oil sector timeline
  • Table 10: Iraq's key NOCs
  • Table 11: Leading contractors in Iraq
  • Table 12: Middle East market share for European and South Korean contractors
  • Table 13: Chinese state-owned EPC firms' contract awards
  • Table 14: Government budget for state-funded oil and gas projects, 2011-14 ($m)*
  • Table 15: Iraq's crude oil reserves growth, 1989-2010
  • Table 16: Distribution of Iraq's oil reserves, 2010
  • Table 17: Iraq's major producing oil fields prior to the concession agreements
  • Table 18: Total gas reserves.
  • Table 19: Iraq's proven gas reserves
  • Table 20: Al-Ahdab field contractual commitments
  • Table 21: Licensing round one
  • Table 22: Missn field projects
  • Table 23: BP/CNPC Rumaila field contractual commitments
  • Table 24: Summary of Iraq's oil field licences
  • Table 25: Planned wells
  • Table 26: Badra field projects
  • Table 27: Gharraf field projects
  • Table 28: Petrochina second-phase development EPC tenders
  • Table 29: Lukoil's major EPC projects in Iraq
  • Table 30: Gas fields signed under the third licensing round
  • Table 31: Gas fields signed under the third licensing round
  • Table 32: Akkaz contractual commitments and timeline
  • Table 33: Mansouriyah contractual commitments and timeline
  • Table 34: Siba contractual commitments and timeline
  • Table 35: Exploration block sizes and prospects
  • Table 36: Oil and gas prospects
  • Table 37: Iraq's fourth licensing round summary
  • Table 38: State-funded field developments, 2011-14
  • Table 38: Iraq's budgeted oil production for 2012
  • Table 39: Government oil price assumptions, 2010-14
  • Table 41: Southern oil field reserves and production
  • Table 42: KRG oil field production
  • Table 42: Selected Kurdistan region discoveries
  • Table 44: Iraq's current pipeline network
  • Table 45: Selected existing major pipelines
  • Table 46: Summary of Iraq's current southern pipeline network
  • Table 46: Existing oil export pipelines
  • Table 48: Iraq pipeline projects, 2011-14
  • Table 48: Planned pipelines
  • Table 49: International oil company pipelines
  • Table 50: Pipelines currently under construction
  • Table 51: Government crude export pipeline budget, 2011-14 ($m)
  • Table 52: Iraq southern oil export terminal capacity expansion projects
  • Table 53: Planned crude oil export pipeline expansion projects
  • Table 55: Iraq export pipeline infrastructure project
  • Table 56: Parties to the boot project
  • Table 58: Iraq tank farm projects
  • Table 59: Selected pipeline and pumping station projects
  • Table 60: Government pumping station budgeted rehabilitation projects, 2011-14
  • Table 61: Iraq's crude oil and product pipelines.
  • Table 59: Iraq's gas pipeline network
  • Table 63: Selected existing gas pipelines
  • Table 64: Iraq's main gas processing plants.
  • Table 65: North Gas Company degassing stations
  • Table 66: South Gas Company degassing and compressor stations
  • Table 64: Planned processing plants
  • Table 65: Gas pipeline projects, 2011-14
  • Table 66: Government gas feedstock pipeline budget, 2005-14 ($m)
  • Table 70: Planned gas pipelines and processing plants
  • Table 71: Possible KRG pipelines
  • Table 72: Oil product imports, 2010
  • Table 73: Output of petroleum products, 2006-10 ('000 b/d)
  • Table 74: Consumption of petroleum products, 2006-10 ('000 b/d)
  • Table 75: Opec refining capacity complexity
  • Table 76: Current installed refineries in Iraq
  • Table 77: North Refineries Company facilities
  • Table 78: North refinery process units
  • Table 79: Salahuddin-1 refinery process units
  • Table 80: Salahuddin-2 refinery process units
  • Table 79: North Refineries Company's smaller refineries
  • Table 80: Midland Refineries Company facilities
  • Table 81: Daura refinery production units
  • Table 82: South Refineries Company facilities
  • Table 85: Government allocated budget for downstream projects, 2005-14 ($m)
  • Table 87: Nasiriyah refinery product slate (using Configuration-3)
  • Table 88: Prequalified firms for Nasiriyah Integrated Project
  • Table 89: Nasiriyah refinery technology providers
  • Table 90: Karbala refinery units under Technip design
  • Table 91: Karbala refinery product slate
  • Table 92: Kirkuk refinery units
  • Table 93: Kirkuk refinery product slate
  • Table 94: Missan refinery units
  • Table 90: Missan refinery product slate
  • Table 96: Refinery principles and challenges
  • Table 97: Iraq refinery upgrade prgramme, 2012-2019
  • Table 98: Government budgeted refinery upgrade programme, 2011-15
  • Table 99: North refinery expansion projects
  • Table 100: Daura refinery in 2010
  • Table 101: Daura refinery projects
  • Table 102: Status of Iraq's brownfield refinery projects
  • Table 103: Existing petrochemical facilities
  • Table 104: Iraq fertiliser plants
  • Table 106: Kurdistan region refining projects
  • Table 107: Iraq petrochemical projects
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