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MENA(中東・北アフリカ)の石油・ガスプロジェクト市場レポート

Middle East and North Africa Oil and Gas Projects Report 2014

発行 MEED Insight 商品コード 292944
出版日 ページ情報 英文 338 Pages
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MENA(中東・北アフリカ)の石油・ガスプロジェクト市場レポート Middle East and North Africa Oil and Gas Projects Report 2014
出版日: 2013年11月01日 ページ情報: 英文 338 Pages
概要

MENA地域における実行中・計画中のプロジェクト額は7,000億米ドル以上であり、世界で最も投資の多い重質炭化水素市場です。モロッコにおけるオフショアの可能性、リビアにおける石油・ガス田の再建設、イラクにおける原油の大量生産、もしくはクウェートにおける世界最大の精製プログラムを問わず、各国がさまざまな問題とプロジェクトを提供するこの年間500億米ドルの市場は、全ての人へ機会を提供しています。

当レポートでは、MENA(中東・北アフリカ)の石油・ガスプロジェクト市場を取り上げ、同地域の石油・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国別に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 序文

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

  • 将来のプロジェクト・予測

第4章 モロッコ

  • 概要
  • ライセンシング形態
  • アップストリーム石油
  • ガス
  • アップストリーム
  • LNG
  • 精製
  • プロジェクト市場

第5章 アルジェリア

  • 概要
  • アップストリーム契約の修正
  • ライセンシング期間
  • アルジェリアの国家炭化水素庁(ALNAFT)
  • 直接交渉
  • アップストリーム石油
  • アップストリームガス
  • 精製
  • LNG
  • パイプライン
  • 石油化学製品

第6章 チュニジア

  • 概要
  • 構造
  • 石油・ガス生産
  • 精製
  • プロジェクト市場

第7章 リビア

  • 概要
  • 内乱
  • 構造
  • NOC子会社
  • ジョイントベンチャー
  • アップストリーム石油
  • ガス
  • 精製
  • 石油化学製品
  • プロジェクト市場

第8章 エジプト

  • 概要
  • 組織
  • 石油・ガスのヒエラルキー
  • 石油生産社
  • 天然ガス生産
  • 開発期間
  • 主要企業
  • 精製
  • 石油化学製品
  • 肥料
  • プロジェクト市場
  • 予測
  • 請負業者

第9章 ヨルダン

  • 構造
  • アップストリーム石油
  • アップストリームガス
  • 精製
  • プロジェクト
  • 請負業者

第10章 イラク

  • 概要
  • 構造
  • アップストリーム石油
  • 入札期間
  • 将来の生産予測
  • ガス
  • ガス加工
  • ミッドストリームプロジェクト
  • 輸出ターミナル
  • ヨルダンへの輸出パイプライン
  • 精製
  • 石油化学製品
  • プロジェクト市場
  • 請負業者

第11章 バーレーン

  • 概要
  • 構造
  • アップストリーム石油
  • ガス
  • 精製
  • 石油化学製品
  • プロジェクト市場
  • 請負業者

第12章 クウェート

  • 構造
  • アップストリーム石油
  • ガス
  • 精製
  • 石油化学製品
  • プロジェクト市場
  • 請負業者

第13章 オマーン

  • 概要
  • 構造
  • アップストリーム石油
  • ガス
  • 精製
  • 石油化学製品
  • プロジェクト市場

第14章 カタール

  • 概要
  • 構造
  • アップストリーム石油
  • ガス
  • LNG
  • 精製
  • 石油化学製品
  • プロジェクト市場
  • 請負業者

第15章 サウジアラビア

  • 概要
  • 構造
  • アップストリーム石油
  • 天然ガス
  • 精製
  • 石油化学製品
  • 課題
  • 展望
  • 精製石油化学製品の統合イニシアチブ
  • 主要企業
  • プロジェクト市場
  • 請負業者

第16章 UAE

  • 概要
  • 構造
  • アップストリーム石油
  • ガス
  • 石油化学製品
  • プロジェクト市場
  • 請負業者

図表リスト

目次

A comprehensive overview of the MENA upstream oil and gas, downstream refining and petrochemical sectors, with a particular focus on the projects market

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The value of projects under execution and planned in the Mena region is worth more than $700bn and represents one of the most investment-heavy hydrocarbons markets in the world. Just as enticing for contractors, suppliers and consultants alike is the wide diversity of projects and markets. Whether it Morocco's offshore potential, the rebuilding of Libya's oil and gas fields, the massive ramp-up in crude production in Iraq, or implementation of the world's largest refinery programme in Kuwait, there are opportunities for everyone in this $50bn-a-year market, with each country offering very different challenges and projects.


The latest market intelligence report from MEED Insight, Mena Oil and Gas 2014 Projects report, provides you with analysis and insight into the $700bn-plus Mena upstream, downstream refining and petrochemical sectors. This 200-page plus report looks at activity since 2007 and the outlook up to 2015, providing unique and proprietary historical data and forecasts for investment, client and contractor rankings, sector priorities and details on ongoing and planned projects. The report, the only one of its kind in the market, includes individual chapters on 12 Mena states.

Key benefits and features:

  • Obtain proprietary forecasting for planned investment in the MENA hydrocarbons market up to 2015 and hystorical data since 2007
  • Understand the future size of the oil, gas and petrochemicals projects market and the potential of each country
  • Access rankings of the top contractors and clients in each country in addition to the top future clients in order to create your strategy
  • Prepare for specific projects by gaining knowledge of key details on upcoming projects and schedules
  • Obtain business development insight and strategy for potential new markets for your company

Due to the sheer size of the opportunity presented - there are more than $500bn worth of planned and unannounced projects alone in the region - it can be difficult to keep track of all the opportunities in each market. The Mena Oil and Gas Projects 2014 report provides all the data and information required for companies active in this sector, including tables of current and planned projects, details of individual project scopes, forecasts for project spending by country, trends in technology, and individual country strategies.

Topics covered include:

  • 1.Kuwait's $30-bn plus refineries programme;
  • 2.Saudi Arabia's plan for Red Sea gas development;
  • 3.Morocco's offshore potential;
  • 4.The status of Libya's oil and gas sector following the revolution;
  • 5.Updates on BP's $15 Khazzan tight gas development in Oman
  • 6.In-depth overview of Iraq's drive to increase crude production capacity to more than 7 million b/d

This research report is a must for anyone involved or looking to be involved in the world important energy projects market. Save time and investment on research and analysis. Gather exclusive data on the Mena Oil and Gas projects industry through this in-depth examination.

Table of Contents

Table of contents

Lis1t of tables

List of figures

1. Preface

2. Executive summary

3. Introduction

  • 3.1 Future projects and forecasts

4. Morocco

  • 4.1 Overview
  • 4.2 Licensing regime
  • 4.3 Upstream oil
    • 4.3.1 Oil shale
  • 4.4 Gas
  • 4.5 Upstream
  • 4.6 LNG
  • 4.7 Refining
  • 4.8 Projects market

5. Algeria

  • 5.1 Overview
    • 5.1.1 Gas
    • 5.1.2 Oil
    • 5.1.3 Regulatory environment
    • 5.1.4 Government strategy
    • 5.1.5 Sonatrach scandal.
    • 5.1.6 New momentum
  • 5.2 Revision of upstream terms
  • 5.3 Licensing rounds
  • 5.4 Alnaft rounds
  • 5.5 Direct negotiations
  • 5.6 Upstream oil
    • 5.6.1 Overview
    • 5.6.2 Major oil projects
  • 5.7 Upstream gas
    • 5.7.1 Overview
    • 5.7.2 Major gas projects
    • 5.7.3 Shale gas
  • 5.8 Refining
    • 5.8.1 Overview
    • 5.8.2 Rehabilitation programme
    • 5.8.3 Grassroots refinery programme
    • 5.8.4 Butane storage
  • 5.9 LNG
    • 5.9.1 Overview
    • 5.9.2 LNG projects
  • 5.10 Pipelines
    • 5.10.1 Overview
    • 5.10.2 Domestic network
    • 5.10.3 International network
  • 5.11 Petrochemicals
    • 5.11.1 Overview
    • 5.11.2 Rehabilitation programme
    • 5.11.3 Grassroots facilities
    • 5.11.4 Ethane cracker
    • 5.11.5 Arzew methanol plant

6. Tunisia

  • 6.1 Overview
  • 6.2 Structure
  • 6.3 Oil and gas production
  • 6.4 Refining
  • 6.5 Projects market

7. Libya

  • 7.1 Overview
  • 7.2 Civil war
  • 7.3 Structure
  • 7.4 NOC subsidiaries
  • 7.5 Joint ventures
  • 7.6 Upstream oil
  • 7.7 Gas
  • 7.8 Refining
  • 7.9 Petrochemicals
  • 7.10 Projects market

8. Egypt

  • 8.1 Overview
  • 8.2 Organisation
  • 8.3 Oil and gas hierarchy
  • 8.4 Oil production
  • 8.5 Natural gas production
  • 8.6 Exploration and development terms
  • 8.7 Main players
    • 8.7.1 BP
    • 8.7.2 Eni
    • 8.7.3 BG
    • 8.7.4 Shell
    • 8.7.5 Smaller operators
    • 8.7.6 Upstream project work
  • 8.8 Refining
  • 8.9 Petrochemicals
    • 8.9.1 Olefins
    • 8.9.2 Petrochemical project pipeline
    • 8.9.3 Tahrir Petrochemicals
  • 8.10 Fertilisers
    • 8.10.1 The Mopco case
  • 8.11 Projects market
  • 8.12 Forecast
  • 8.13 Contractors

9. Jordan

  • 9.1 Structure
  • 9.2 Upstream oil
  • 9.2.1 Oil shale
  • 9.3 Upstream gas
    • 9.3.1 Gas imports
    • 9.3.2 Aqaba LNG terminal
  • 9.4 Refining
  • 9.5 Projects
  • 9.6 Contractors

10. Iraq

  • 10.1 Overview
  • 10.2 Structure
  • 10.3 Upstream oil
  • 10.4 Bid rounds
  • 10.5 Future production scenarios
  • 10.6 Gas
  • 10.7 Gas processing
  • 10.8 Midstream projects
  • 10.9 Export terminals
  • 10.10 Jordan export pipeline
  • 10.11 Refining
    • 10.11.1 Refinery projects
  • 10.12 Petrochemicals
  • 10.13 Projects market
  • 10.14 Contractors

11. Bahrain

  • 11.1 Overview
  • 11.2 Structure
  • 11.3 Upstream oil
  • 11.4 Gas
  • 11.5 Refining
  • 11.6 Petrochemicals
  • 11.7 Projects market
  • 11.8 Contractors

12. Kuwait

  • 12.1 Structure
  • 12.2 Upstream oil
    • 12.2.1 Export facilities
    • 12.2.2 Upstream projects
    • 12.2.3 Other projects
  • 12.3 Gas
  • 12.4 Refining
    • 12.4.1 New refinery project
    • 12.4.2 Clean fuels project
    • 12.4.3 Other projects
  • 12.5 Petrochemicals
    • 12.5.1 Future plans
  • 12.6 Projects market
  • 12.7 Contractors

13. Oman

  • 13.1 Overview
  • 13.2 Structure
  • 13.3 Upstream oil
  • 13.4 Gas
    • 13.4.1 Oman Gas Company spending
    • 13.4.2 Khazzan tight gas
  • 13.5 Refining
  • 13.6 Petrochemicals
  • 13.7 Projects market
    • 1.7 Contractors

14. Qatar

  • 14.1 Overview
  • 14.2 Structure
  • 14.3 Upstream oil
  • 14.4 Gas
  • 14.5 LNG
    • 14.5.1 Dolphin gas
    • 14.5.2 Al-Khalij and Barzan gas developments
    • 14.5.3 GTL
    • 14.5.4 NGL
  • 14.6 Refining
  • 14.7 Petrochemicals
    • 14.7.1 Overview
    • 14.7.2 Future petrochemical projects
  • 14.8 Projects market
  • 14.9 Contractors

15. Saudi Arabia

  • 15.1 Overview
  • 15.2 Structure
  • 15.3 Upstream oil
  • 15.4 Natural gas
  • 15.5 Refining
  • 15.6 Petrochemicals
  • 15.7 Issues
  • 15.8 Outlook
  • 15.9 Refining petrochemicals integration initiative
  • 15.10 Key companies
    • 15.10.1 Sabic
    • 15.10.2 Saudi Aramco
    • 15.10.3 Sadara Chemical Company
    • 15.10.4 PetroRabigh
    • 15.10.5 Other major producers
  • 15.11 Projects market
  • 15.12 Contractors

16. UAE

  • 16.1 Overview
  • 16.2 Structure
    • 16.2.1 Supreme Petroleum Council
    • 16.2.2 Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc)
    • 16.2.3 Non-Adnoc subsidiaries
    • 16.2.4 Dubai and the Northern Emirates
  • 16.3 Upstream oil
    • 16.3.1 Onshore
    • 16.3.2 Offshore
  • 16.4 Gas
    • 16.4.1 Onshore
    • 16.4.2 Offshore gas and LNG
    • 16.4.3 Dolphin Energy
    • 16.4 Refining
    • 16.4.1 Other refiners
    • 16.4.2 Oil storage
  • 16.5 Petrochemicals
    • 16.5.1 Abu Dhabi Polymers Company (Borouge)
    • 16.5.2 Abu Dhabi Chemicals Company (Chemaweyaat)
  • 16.6 Projects market
  • 16.7 Contractors

List of tables

  • Table 1: Selected planned and un-awarded major oil and gas projects in Mena, November 2013
  • Table 2: ONHYM agreements for shale oil studies
  • Table 3: Major oil and gas projects
  • Table 4: Proven gas reserves, 2012 (trillion cm)
  • Table 5: Gas production, 2001-12 (billion cm)
  • Table 6: Gas exports, 2011-12 (billion cm)
  • Table 7: Gas exports by destination (billion cm)
  • Table 8: Oil reserves
  • Table 9: Oil production, 2002-12 ('000 b/d)
  • Table 10: Alnaft first round (launched July 2008; blocks awarded December 2008)
  • Table 11: Alnaft second round (launched July 2009; blocks awarded December 2009)
  • Table 12: Alnaft third round (launched September 2010; blocks awarded March 2011)
  • Table 13: Oil consumption, 1999-2012 ('000 b/d)
  • Table 14: Major upstream oil projects
  • Table 15: Gas consumption, 2002-12 (billion cm)
  • Table 16: Major upstream gas projects
  • Table 17: Current nameplate refinery capacity
  • Table 18: Skikda refinery upgrade products
  • Table 19: Major refinery projects
  • Table 20: Gas market prices, 2000-12 ($m/BTU)
  • Table 21: Skikda LNG reconstruction: products
  • Table 22: LNG projects
  • Table 23: Export pipelines
  • Table 24: GK3 packages
  • Table 25: Major domestic pipeline projects
  • Table 26: Galsi pipeline shareholders
  • Table 27: Petrochemicals capacity
  • Table 28: Arzew ethylene complex proposed capacity
  • Table 29: Petrochemicals projects
  • Table 30: Oil and gas concessions, with Etap
  • Table 31: Oil and gas concessions, without Etap
  • Table 32: Oil producing fields.
  • Table 33: Downstream facilities
  • Table 34: Export terminals
  • Table 35: Petrochemicals plants
  • Table 36: Upcoming major projects
  • Table 37: Egas' 2012 bid round
  • Table 38: Selected major upstream oil and gas projects, 2009-12
  • Table 39: Planned upstream oil and gas projects
  • Table 40: Local refineries, 2013
  • Table 41: Planned and recently commissioned petrochemical and fertiliser projects
  • Table 42: Selected major planned oil and gas projects
  • Table 43: Leading EPC contractors, 2007-12
  • Table 44: Cost of consumed energy
  • Table 45: Domestic production of crude oil and natural gas, 2007-11
  • Table 46: Oil refinery production, 2007-11 ('000 t/y)
  • Table 47: Future oil, gas and petrochemical projects
  • Table 48: Key NOCs
  • Table 49: Distribution of oil reserves, 2010
  • Table 50: Licensing round one
  • Table 51: Summary of oil field licences
  • Table 52: Summary of the fourth licensing round
  • Table 53: Gas fields signed under the third licensing round
  • Table 54: Southern oil export terminal capacity expansion projects
  • Table 55: Iraq-Jordan export pipeline infrastructure project
  • Table 56: Current installed refineries
  • Table 57: Refinery upgrade programme, 2012-19
  • Table 58: Announced grassroots refinery projects
  • Table 59: Petrochemical plants
  • Table 60: Fertiliser plants
  • Table 61: Leading contractors
  • Table 62: Noga board of directors, August 2012
  • Table 63: Major players in the oil and gas sector
  • Table 64: Major Bapco contract awards, 2003-10
  • Table 65: Planned oil and gas projects
  • Table 66: Recent major oil and gas contract awards
  • Table 67: SPC board members, appointed February 2010
  • Table 68: KPC board members, May 2012
  • Table 69: May 2013 changes in oil and gas companies
  • Table 70: Export terminals and their storage capacities
  • Table 71: Selected major KOC oil production increase projects, 2005-13*
  • Table 72: Selected major planned KOC projects
  • Table 73: EPF gas programme
  • Table 74: Mina al-Ahmadi refinery units
  • Table 75: Mina Abdulla refinery units
  • Table 76: Shuaiba refinery units
  • Table 77: Refining capacity, 2010-20
  • Table 78: Al-Zour refinery first tender results, December 2006
  • Table 79: Al-Zour refinery second tender results, April 2008
  • Table 80: New refinery project main packages and prequalification applicants, May 2013
  • Table 81: Clean fuels project: status of packages, May 2013
  • Table 82: Projects planned by KNPC
  • Table 83: Main petrochemical producers and units
  • Table 84: Major in-house PMC services contract awards, 2007
  • Table 85: Selected major planned oil and gas projects
  • Table 86: Major oil and gas contracts under execution, November 2013
  • Table 87: Oil and gas block operators
  • Table 88: Oil producers, 2010-12 (b/d)
  • Table 89: Oil and gas projects under execution, November 2013
  • Table 90: Planned oil projects, November 2013
  • Table 91: Major gas projects under execution, November 2013
  • Table 92: Planned gas projects, November 2013
  • Table 93: Planned refinery projects
  • Table 94: Planned petrochemical projects, November 2013
  • Table 95: Future major oil and gas projects, November 2013
  • Table 96: QP board members, September 2012
  • Table 97: Oil fields
  • Table 98: Qatargas and RasGas LNG ventures
  • Table 99: Al-Khalij and Barzan upstream gas developments
  • Table 100: Oryx GTL and Pearl GTL ventures
  • Table 101: Mesaieed and Laffan refineries
  • Table 102: Planned and under construction major downstream projects, November 2013
  • Table 103: Selected future oil and gas projects
  • Table 104: Saudi Aramco board members*
  • Table 105: Estimated oil field capacities
  • Table 106: Key export terminals
  • Table 107: Existing Aramco refineries
  • Table 108: Planned and under construction refinery projects
  • Table 109: Ethylene capacity, 2008-11 ('000 t/y)
  • Table 110: Selected Sadara construction contract awards, September 2012
  • Table 111: Planned oil, gas and petrochemical projects
  • Table 112: The five signatories to the GES+ initiative
  • Table 113: Selected major contracts awarded under the GES+ programme
  • Table 114: Supreme Petroleum Council, June 2011
  • Table 115: Major oil and gas operating companies
  • Table 116: Abu Dhabi oil producers
  • Table 117: Refineries, June 2013
  • Table 118: Existing and planned oil storage capacity in Fujairah, 2012-14 ('000 cubic metres)
  • Table 119: Main construction packages on the Borouge 3 expansion
  • Table 120: Selected major planned oil and gas projects
  • Table 121: The 10 largest oil and gas contract awards, 2009-13*

List of figures

  • Figure 1: Mena oil reserves, 2012
  • Figure 2: Mena average daily crude production, 2012
  • Figure 3: Mena gas reserves, 2012
  • Figure 4: Mena average gas production, 2012
  • Figure 5: Major Mena oil and gas awards, 2007-12
  • Figure 6: Breakdown of Mena oil and gas awards by state, 2007-12 ($m)
  • Figure 7: Breakdown of Mena oil and gas awards by state and year, 2007-12
  • Figure 8: Breakdown of Mena oil and gas awards by subsector, 2007-12 ($m)
  • Figure 9: Top Mena oil and gas clients by major contract awards, 2007-12
  • Figure 10: Top 10 EPC contractors in Mena by value of work under execution, November 2013
  • Figure 11: Un-awarded major oil and gas projects in Mena, November 2013
  • Figure 12: Breakdown of Mena planned and un-awarded oil and gas projects by subsector, November
  • 2013 ($m)
  • Figure 13: Indicative value of major oil and gas awards in Mena, 2013-15
  • Figure 14: Number of wells drilled by ONHYM or its partners, 2000-11
  • Figure 15: Algeria's oil and gas
  • Figure 16: Gas export routes
  • Figure 17: Sonatrach subsidiaries and shareholdings
  • Figure 18: Alnaft first round acreage, on offer/awarded
  • Figure 19: Alnaft second round acreage, on offer/awarded
  • Figure 20: Oil and gas fields
  • Figure 21: Downstream oil and gas infrastructure
  • Figure 22: Pipeline network.
  • Figure 23: Medgaz partners
  • Figure 24: Medgaz pipeline route
  • Figure 25: Galsi pipeline route
  • Figure 26: TSGP route
  • Figure 27: Crude production, 1965-2012 ('000 b/d)
  • Figure 28: Crude production, 2000-12
  • Figure 29: Energy assets
  • Figure 30: Oil production, 1965-2012
  • Figure 31: Major oil producing basins
  • Figure 32: Production facilities, pipelines, export facilities, refineries and petrochemical plants
  • Figure 33: Average gas production, 1971-2012
  • Figure 34: Western Libya gas project facilities and pipelines
  • Figure 31: Oil and gas fields and discoveries
  • Figure 32: Structure of the oil and gas sector
  • Figure 37: Oil and gas trade, 2011-12
  • Figure 38: Oil production and demand, 1965-2012
  • Figure 39: Gas production and demand, 1970-2012
  • Figure 40: Acreage covered by Egas' February 2013 bid round
  • Figure 41: BP's oil and gas interests
  • Figure 42: BG's oil and gas interests
  • Figure 43: The proposed sites for Echem's 20-year masterplan
  • Figure 44: Petrochemical output and sales, 2000-11
  • Figure 45: Oil and gas awards, 2007-12
  • Figure 46: Oil and gas awards by sector, 2007-12 (%)
  • Figure 47: Breakdown by sector of projects planned or under way, October 2013 (%)
  • Figure 48: Forecasted energy mix, 2020 (%)
  • Figure 49: Oil production, 1982-2012
  • Figure 50: Crude oil production scenarios, 2010-30
  • Figure 51: Total gas reserves (%)
  • Figure 52: Major gas fields
  • Figure 53: Gas field licensing auction
  • Figure 54: Projected gas volumes from licensed oil and gas fields, 2010-16
  • Figure 55: Southern oil export terminal expansion
  • Figure 56: Proposed Iraq-Jordan crude oil export project
  • Figure 57: Refined product supply and demand balance,1982-2012
  • Figure 58: Comparative value of energy projects in the Gulf region, 2005-12
  • Figure 59: Contract awards, 2005-13
  • Figure 60: Contract awards by sector, 2007-12 ($m)
  • Figure 61: Future projects by sector (%)
  • Figure 62: Indicative project awards forecast, 2013-17
  • Figure 63: The 2007 exploration bid round
  • Figure 64: Oil production, 2006-11
  • Figure 65: Gas production, 2006-11
  • Figure 66: Sitra refinery production, 2006-11
  • Figure 67: Major oil and gas contract awards, 2007-13
  • Figure 68: Forecast oil and gas major contract awards, 2013-15
  • Figure 69: Key oil fields' contribution to total output (%)
  • Figure 70: Oil fields
  • Figure 71: Gathering centre and booster station infrastructure
  • Figure 72: Pipeline and export infrastructure
  • Figure 73: Crude handling network
  • Figure 74: Oil production, 2006-12
  • Figure 75: Lower Fars project layout
  • Figure 76: Gas consumption and production, 2006-12
  • Figure 77: Petrochemical production, 2006-11
  • Figure 78: Role of Equate in the local petrochemical sector
  • Figure 79: Oil and gas contract awards, 2007-12
  • Figure 80: Oil and gas awards by sector, 2007-12 ($m)
  • Figure 81: Forecast oil and gas major awards, 2011-15*
  • Figure 82: Oil and gas blocks
  • Figure 83: Oil output, 2000-13*
  • Figure 84: Domestic gas production, 2006-12
  • Figure 85: LNG exports, 2006-12
  • Figure 86: Khazzan gas reserves
  • Figure 87: Gas supply outlook, 2009-25
  • Figure 88: Refinery production and local consumption, 2006-12
  • Figure 89: Major oil and gas contract awards, 2007-12
  • Figure 90: Contract awards by value, 2007-12 ($m)
  • Figure 91: Forecast contract awards, 2013-15
  • Figure 92: Average daily gas production, 2007-12
  • Figure 93: Average daily oil and condensate production, 2007-12
  • Figure 94: Oil and gas fields
  • Figure 95: Actual and forecast oil production, 2005-26
  • Figure 96: North field wellhead gas production, 1995-2015
  • Figure 97: Utilisation of gas production (%)
  • Figure 98: LNG exports, 2005-15
  • Figure 99: QP's NGL production, 2012 (t/d)
  • Figure 100: Proposed layout of the QP/Shell petrochemical complex
  • Figure 101: Oil, gas and petrochemical awards, 2007-13
  • Figure 102: Top EPC contractors by value of work under construction
  • Figure 103: Oil and gas fields
  • Figure 104: Saudi Aramco oil production, 2008-12
  • Figure 105: Aramco gas production, 2007-12
  • Figure 106: Saudi Aramco delivered sales gas and ethane gas to gas plants, 2008-12
  • Figure 107: Domestic oil and petroleum product consumption, 2007-11
  • Figure 108: Sabic subsidiaries
  • Figure 109: Oil, gas and petrochemical contract awards, 2007-12
  • Figure 110: Oil, gas and petrochemical contract awards by segment, 2006-12 ($m)
  • Figure 111: Oil and gas fields
  • Figure 112: Structure of Abu Dhabi's oil and gas industry
  • Figure 113: Average daily crude production, 2008-12
  • Figure 114: Abu Dhabi oil production by field, 2012 (b/d)
  • Figure 115: Blocks covered by the Korean/Adnoc concession agreement
  • Figure 116: Gas production and consumption, 1990-2012
  • Figure 117: Gasco's gas processing plants (t/d)
  • Figure 118: LNG import and export capacity, 2008-16
  • Figure 119: Dolphin gas pipeline network
  • Figure 120: Actual and planned refining capacity, 2010-18
  • Figure 121: Borouge expansion programmes, 1-3
  • Figure 122: Oil, gas and petrochemical contract awards, 2008-13
  • Figure 123: Oil, gas and petrochemical contract awards by sector, 2008-14*
  • Figure 124: Contract awards forecast, 2013-16
  • Figure 125: Top EPC contractors by value of work under execution
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