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  1. LNG Industry to 2017 - Australia to Overtake Qatar as Global Market Leader in LNG Liquefaction Capacity Due to Recent Discoveries, Planned Projects and Investments more info

    GBI Research, a leading business intelligence provider, has released its latest research, “LNG Industry to 2017 - Australia to Overtake Qatar as Global Market Leader in LNG Liquefaction Capacity Due to Recent Discoveries, Planned Projects and Investments”. The study, which is an offering from the company’s energy research group, provides an indepth analysis of the global Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) industry and highlights the various concerns, shifting trends and major players in each geographic region. The report provides forecasts for the liquefaction and regasification sectors of the LNG industry, of planned liquefaction and regasification terminals, and of planned major global LNG projects to 2017. The report also provides segmental forecasts of the global LNG market in different regions worldwide and highlights the major countries in the region. The report provides indepth analysis of the key trends and challenges for the LNG industry in the different regions. An analysis of the Floating Liquefied Natural Gas (FLNG) is also provided.
    By: GBI Research
    , Published: Nov-2012
    , Product code: GBIGE00061MR
    PAGES: 127 TABLES: 83 FIGURES & CHARTS: 37
    $3,500.00
  2. CNOOC to Acquire Interest in Queensland Curtis LNG Project from BG Group for US$1.93 Billion - BG Divests 40% Stake in QCLNG as Part of its Funding Program – Deal Analysis from GlobalData more info

    China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) agreed to acquire certain interests in the Queensland Curtis LNG (QCLNG) project in Australia from BG Group plc (BG) for a purchase consideration of US$1.93 billion. Under the terms of the agreement, CNOOC will acquire a 40% equity interest in QCLNG Train 1 liquefaction facility, a 20% equity interest in the reserves and resources of certain tenements in the Walloons Fairway region of the Surat Basin, Queensland, and a 25% working interest in certain upstream tenements in the Bowen Basin, Queensland. In addition, BG and CNOOC will jointly invest in the construction of two LNG ships in China and CNOOC will have the option to participate as a 25% partner in the first of any potential expansion trains at QCLNG. CNOOC also agreed to reimburse to BG for its share of QCLNG project capital expenditures incurred from January 1, 2012. CNOOC and BG expect to sign definitive agreements in the first half of 2013. The transaction is subject to the applicable government and regulatory approvals.
    By: GlobalData
    , Published: Nov-2012
    , Product code: GDGE0426M&A
    PAGES: 6 TABLES: 7 FIGURES & CHARTS: 2
    $500.00
  3. Rising Natural Gas Consumption Prompts Gas Authority of India Limited to Diversify India’s Liquefied Natural Gas Sources more info

    The Gas Authority of India Limited (GAIL) is diversifying India’s Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) sources in response to India’s increasing natural gas demand. India’s rising natural gas consumption and falling domestic production have made it necessary for GAIL to sign medium- and long-term LNG supply contracts with the US, France, Spain and Russia over the last year. GAIL has been planning the acquisition of a number of LNG assets, comprising LNG plants and terminals across the world, since September, 2011. The company’s existing and planned extensive infrastructure for the import and transmission of natural gas across India is expected to be sufficient to handle the increasing natural gas consumption in India. As a result of the additions that are currently planned, LNG regasification capacity in India is expected to register growth of around 130% between 2012 and 2016.
    By: GlobalData
    , Published: Oct-2012
    , Product code: GDGE0708VPT
    PAGES: 6 TABLES: 2 FIGURES & CHARTS: 4
    $500.00
  4. Russia Plans LNG Supplies to Asia-Pacific Markets Amidst Continuing Deadlock on Planned Pipeline Projects Targeting China and Korea more info

    China and Russia have once again failed to reach a final agreement on a natural gas supply arrangement involving two pipelines that was originally settled on three years previously. This is due to continued disagreements over pricing. Russia wants to trade its gas to China for $350–400 per thousand cubic meters, while China, which plans to purchase 68 billion cubic meters per year, wants to pay $200–250 per thousand cubic meters. Talks over many years are yet to give rise to any kind of firm commitment from either side and the issue of price has apparently been the major reason. Gazprom and China National Petroleum Corporation signed a framework agreement in 2009 that projected transporting 70 billion cubic meters of Russian gas to China through the pipelines every year, but Gazprom wants gas prices similar to those it gets in Europe, while China National Petroleum Corporation is resisting in order to gain a price reduction. This issue has prompted Russian Gazprom to look for other markets in which to sell its Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG).
    By: GlobalData
    , Published: Oct-2012
    , Product code: GDGE0704VPT
    PAGES: 5 TABLES: 2 FIGURES & CHARTS: 2
    $500.00
  5. Oil-Linked Gas Pricing is Losing Significance in the European Natural Gas Market more info

    Europe has long been dependent on imports to meet its natural gas requirements. European countries have had long-term natural gas supply contracts with Russia linked to global oil prices. Since mid-2009, a decoupling of the prices of crude oil and gas has been noticed worldwide. During this time, crude oil prices have been on an upward trend, while gas prices have witnessed a declining trend, driven by increasing US gas production. As a result, European gas-importing countries have recognized that it is more economical for them to buy gas at a lower price from the spot market than it is to import it from Russia under the present long-term contracts. Oil price-linked gas contracts have made Russia’s gas expensive. European companies are now pressuring the Russian gas monopoly, Gazprom, to revise its natural gas supply contracts. Several European companies have had some success in this endeavour.
    By: GlobalData
    , Published: Oct-2012
    , Product code: GDGE0705VPT
    PAGES: 5 TABLES: 1 FIGURES & CHARTS: 2
    $500.00
  6. Floating LNG Terminals Industry - Global Market Analysis, Competitive Landscape and Planned Projects to 2016 more info

    “Floating LNG Terminals Industry - Global Market Analysis, Competitive Landscape and Planned Projects to 2016”, is the latest report from GlobalData, the industry analysis specialist, which analyzes the global Floating Liquefied Natural Gas (FLNG) industry to 2016. The report provides information on active and planned FLNG terminals globally between 2012 and 2016, as well as proving information on the leading countries and companies in each region. The report also covers key FLNG liquefaction and regasification terminals in each region, and covers key trends and issues in the FLNG terminals industry.
    By: GlobalData
    , Published: Oct-2012
    , Product code: GDGE0071MAR
    PAGES: 73 TABLES: 26 FIGURES & CHARTS: 31
    $3,995.00
  7. Mozambique Requires Adequate Legal Framework and Local Infrastructure to Emerge as a Future Exporter of LNG more info

    Mozambique, one of the poorest economies in the world, seems poised to cash in on a gas-boom following a series of gas findings in the Rovuma Basin by US company Anadarko Petroleum and Italy's Eni S.p.A. One of the fastest developing energy players in East Africa, the country aims to attract investments of about $50 billion by 2018-2020 to become a Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) exporter by setting up LNG export terminals
    By: GlobalData
    , Published: Aug-2012
    , Product code: GDGE0697VPT
    PAGES: 5 TABLES: 1 FIGURES & CHARTS: 2
    $500.00
  8. Global LNG Market to 2020 - Emerging Suppliers, Changing Trade Dynamics and New Technologies to Usher in a Paradigm Shift more info

    “Global LNG Market to 2020 - Emerging Suppliers, Changing Trade Dynamics and New Technologies to Usher in a Paradigm Shift”, is the latest report from GlobalData, the industry analysis specialist, which analyzes the global Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) market. The report provides an overview of the global LNG market, its key emerging suppliers, the changing trade dynamics and new technologies that have entered the market. The report also provides details of the key drivers and issues in the global LNG market. 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.
    By: GlobalData
    , Published: Aug-2012
    , Product code: GDGE0061MAR
    PAGES: 59 TABLES: 14 FIGURES & CHARTS: 34
    $3,995.00
  9. Planned LNG Terminals Market - Global Analysis, Competitive Landscape and Capacity Forecasts to 2017 more info

    “Planned LNG Terminals Market - Global Analysis, Competitive Landscape and Capacity Forecasts to 2017” is the latest report from GlobalData, the industry analysis specialists, that analyses the planned LNG terminals market with the competitive landscape and capacity forecasts to 2017. The report provides information about the planned LNG liquefaction and regasification markets during 2012-2017. The report gives a detailed information on the planned LNG terminals that will commence operations globally by 2017, the major countries accounting for the LNG capacity additions and the dominating companies in the liquefaction and regasification capacity additions.. The report also provides key issues and challenges for the industry in the current industry environment.
    By: GlobalData
    , Published: Aug-2012
    , Product code: GDGE0059MAR
    PAGES: 127 TABLES: 82 FIGURES & CHARTS: 50
    $3,995.00
  10. Project Delays and Prospects of Cheaper LNG Supplies from North America Threaten Australia’s Plans to Emerge as the Leading LNG Exporter more info

    Australia’s plan to emerge as the world’s leading LNG supplier faces the challenges of rising project costs, project delays and the prospect of cheaper LNG supplies from North America. Australia plans to have an active LNG liquefaction capacity of about 123.8 Million Metric tons per annum (MMtpa) by 2017, backed by its plan to boost Coal Seam Gas (CSG) production. However, the country’s CSG projects are witnessing cost and time overruns due to difficulties in estimating reserves and production. Workforce shortages and regulatory challenges are also adding to the difficulties. On the other hand, prospects of cheaper LNG supplies from North America are attracting key Asian LNG importers such as Japan, Korea, and India. Japan, the largest LNG importer in the world, plans to import as much as 20% of its LNG requirements from North America. This growing preference for cheaper North American LNG supplies among Asian buyers is likely to affect the prospects of planned LNG projects in Australia.
    By: GlobalData
    , Published: Jul-2012
    , Product code: GDGE0694VPT
    PAGES: 5 TABLES: 2 FIGURES & CHARTS: 2
    $500.00

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