LNG Industry Outlook in Middle East and Africa, 2013 - Capacity Analysis, Forecasts and Details of All Operating and Planned Liquefaction and Regasification Terminals to 2017

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LNG Industry Outlook in Middle East and Africa, 2013 - Capacity Analysis, Forecasts and Details of All Operating and Planned Liquefaction and Regasification Terminals to 2017
LNG Industry Outlook in Middle East and Africa, 2013 - Capacity Analysis, Forecasts and Details of All Operating and Planned Liquefaction and Regasification Terminals to 2017Summary

GlobalData’s energy offering, “LNG Industry Outlook in Middle East and Africa, 2013 - Capacity Analysis, Forecasts and Details of All Operating and Planned Liquefaction and Regasification Terminals to 2017” is the essential source for industry data and information relating to the LNG industry in Middle East and Africa. It provides asset level information relating to active and planned LNG terminals in Middle East and Africa. The profiles of major companies operating in the LNG industry in Middle East and Africa are included in the report. The latest news and deals relating to the sector are also provided and analyzed.

This report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GlobalData’s team of industry experts.

Scope
  • Updated information relating to all active and planned LNG terminals
  • Provides historical data from 2005 to 2012, forecast to 2017
  • Capacity information of all liquefaction and regasification terminals
  • Provides operator information for all active and planned terminals
  • Identifies key trends and issues in the LNG industry
  • Information on the top companies in the sector including business description, strategic analysis. Key companies covered are Kuwait National Petroleum Company, Qatar Petroleum and Sonatrach SPA.
  • Strategy changes, R&D projects, corporate expansions and contractions and regulatory changes.
  • Key mergers and acquisitions, partnerships, private equity investments and IPOs.
Reasons to buy
  • Obtain the most up to date information available on all active and planned liquefaction and regasification terminals in Middle East and Africa
  • Identify growth segments and opportunities in Middle East and African LNG industry.
  • Facilitate market analysis and forecasting of future industry trends.
  • Facilitate decision making on the basis of strong historical and forecast capacity data
  • Assess your competitor’s LNG assets
  • Understand and respond to your competitors business structure, strategy and prospects.
  • Develop strategies based on the latest operational, financial, and regulatory events.
  • Do deals with an understanding of how competitors are financed, and the mergers and partnerships that have shaped the market.
  • Identify and analyze the strengths and weaknesses of the leading companies in Middle East and Africa.
1 TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.1 List of Tables
1.2 List of Figures

2 INTRODUCTION

2.1 What is This Report About?
2.2 How to Use This Report?
2.3 Market Definition

3 MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA LNG INDUSTRY

3.1 Middle East and Africa LNG Industry, Key Data
3.2 Middle East and Africa LNG Industry: Key Trends and Issues
  3.2.1 Liquefaction capacity in Middle East and Africa is expected to grow at an AAGR of 4.9% during 2012-2017
  3.2.2 Iran, Nigeria and Angola will witness major planned LNG liquefaction capacity additions during 2013-2017
  3.2.3 Middle East and Africa will benefit from increasing European LNG demand
  3.2.4 Middle East and Africa to compete with Other Emerging LNG Suppliers such as US and Canada
3.3 Middle East and Africa LNG Industry, Liquefaction
  3.3.1 LNG Liquefaction Industry in Middle East and Africa, Total Capacity
  3.3.2 LNG Liquefaction Industry in Middle East and Africa, Qatar
  3.3.3 LNG Liquefaction Industry in Middle East and Africa, Nigeria
  3.3.4 LNG Liquefaction Industry in Middle East and Africa, Algeria
  3.3.5 LNG Liquefaction Industry in Middle East and Africa, Egypt
  3.3.6 LNG Liquefaction Industry in Middle East and Africa, Oman
  3.3.7 LNG Liquefaction Industry in Middle East and Africa, Yeman
  3.3.8 LNG Liquefaction Industry in Middle East and Africa, United Arab Emirates
  3.3.9 LNG Liquefaction Industry in Middle East and Africa, Equatorial Guinea
  3.3.10 LNG Liquefaction Industry in Middle East and Africa, Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
  3.3.11 LNG Liquefaction Industry in Middle East and Africa, Angola
  3.3.12 LNG Liquefaction Industry in Middle East and Africa, Iran (Islamic Republic of Iran)
  3.3.13 LNG Liquefaction Industry in Middle East and Africa, Israel
3.4 Middle East and Africa LNG Industry, Regasification
  3.4.1 LNG Regasification Industry in Middle East and Africa, Total Capacity
  3.4.2 LNG Regasification Industry in Middle East and Africa, Kuwait
  3.4.3 LNG Regasification Industry in Middle East and Africa, United Arab Emirates
  3.4.4 LNG Regasification Industry in Middle East and Africa, Bahrain
  3.4.5 LNG Regasification Industry in Middle East and Africa, Israel
3.5 Middle East and Africa Planned LNG Terminals
  3.5.1 Middle East and Africa Planned LNG Terminals, Liquefaction Capacity
  3.5.2 Middle East and Africa Planned LNG Terminals, Regasification Capacity

4 PROFILE OF KUWAIT NATIONAL PETROLEUM COMPANY

4.1 Kuwait National Petroleum Company, Key Information
4.2 Kuwait National Petroleum Company, Company Overview
4.3 Kuwait National Petroleum Company, Business Description
  4.3.1 Business Overview
4.4 Kuwait National Petroleum Company, SWOT Analysis
  4.4.1 Overview
  4.4.2 Kuwait National Petroleum Company Strengths
  4.4.3 Kuwait National Petroleum Company Weaknesses
  4.4.4 Kuwait National Petroleum Company Opportunities
  4.4.5 Kuwait National Petroleum Company Threats

5 PROFILE OF QATAR PETROLEUM

5.1 Qatar Petroleum, Key Information
5.2 Qatar Petroleum, Company Overview
5.3 Qatar Petroleum, Business Description
  5.3.1 Business Overview
5.4 Qatar Petroleum, SWOT Analysis
  5.4.1 Overview
  5.4.2 Qatar Petroleum Strengths
  5.4.3 Qatar Petroleum Weaknesses
  5.4.4 Qatar Petroleum Opportunities
  5.4.5 Qatar Petroleum Threats

6 PROFILE OF SONATRACH SPA

6.1 Sonatrach SPA, Key Information
6.2 Sonatrach SPA, Company Overview
6.3 Sonatrach SPA, Business Description
  6.3.1 Business Overview
  6.3.2 Downstream
  6.3.3 Pipeline Transportation
  6.3.4 Upstream
6.4 Sonatrach SPA, SWOT Analysis
  6.4.1 Overview
  6.4.2 Sonatrach SPA Strengths
  6.4.3 Sonatrach SPA Weaknesses
  6.4.4 Sonatrach SPA Opportunities
  6.4.5 Sonatrach SPA Threats

7 FINANCIAL DEALS LANDSCAPE

7.1 Detailed Deal Summary
  7.1.1 Acquisition
  7.1.2 Private Equity
  7.1.3 Asset Transactions

8 RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

8.1 License Rounds
  8.1.1 Oct 17, 2012: Egypt To Invite Tenders For LNG Imports
8.2 Strategy and Business Expansion
  8.2.1 Feb 07, 2013: Gasol Affiliate Signs Strategic Alliance Agreement With Dredging International
  8.2.2 Dec 20, 2012: Gasol Signs Strategic Alliance Agreement With Socar Trading To Provide Gas To Benin, Togo And Ghana
  8.2.3 Sep 02, 2012: Iran LNG Suspends €2.6 Billion LNG Project With China
  8.2.4 Jul 04, 2012: Brass LNG To Declare Final Investment Decision On Brass LNG Project In 2013
8.3 Drilling and Production Updates
  8.3.1 Jul 13, 2012: Angola To Commence Production At LNG Project By End Of 2012
8.4 Other Significant Developments
  8.4.1 Feb 04, 2013: Egas To Award LNG Import License
  8.4.2 Jan 16, 2013: RasGas To Shut Three LNG Plants In 2013 For Maintenance
  8.4.3 Jan 06, 2013: Turkey And Algeria Extend LNG Contract For More 10 Years
  8.4.4 Jan 05, 2013: Turkey Seeks Investments From Qatar To Build Third LNG Terminal
  8.4.5 Dec 21, 2012: PTTEP Announces Advancement Of Mozambique LNG Project In Rovuma Offshore Area 1, Mozambique
  8.4.6 Dec 12, 2012: Eni CEO Meets Mozambique's President To Discuss Gas Export Infrastructure
  8.4.7 Dec 05, 2012: Chevron Announces $36.7 Billion Capital And Exploratory Budget For 2013
  8.4.8 Nov 27, 2012: Qatargas Participates At Qatar Sustainability Expo
  8.4.9 Oct 30, 2012: Yemen LNG Confirms Sabotage Of Gas Pipeline At Balhaf In Yemen
  8.4.10 Oct 11, 2012: Yemen LNG Resumes LNG Exports After Gas Pipe Blast
  8.4.11 Oct 06, 2012: Shell Announces Force Majeure On LNG Supplies In Nigeria
8.5 New Contracts Announcements
  8.5.1 Oct 11, 2012: Chubu Electric Signs Contract To Buy LNG From Qatar For 15 Years
  8.5.2 May 17, 2012: Sembawang Shipyard Wins $130m Contracts
  8.5.3 Mar 11, 2012: Drydocks To Build 11,500 Tonne Turret For Shell’s Prelude FLNG Facility

9 APPENDIX

9.1 Abbreviations
9.2 Methodology
  9.2.1 Coverage
  9.2.2 Secondary Research
  9.2.3 Primary Research
9.3 Contact Us
9.4 Disclaimer

LIST OF TABLES

Table 1: Middle East and Africa, LNG Key Statistics, 2012
Table 2: Middle East and Africa, Liquefaction Capacity by Country (mmty), 2005-2017
Table 3: Middle East and Africa, Liquefaction Capacity in Qatar (mmty), 2005-2017
Table 4: Middle East and Africa, Liquefaction Capacity in Nigeria (mmty), 2005-2017
Table 5: Middle East and Africa, Liquefaction Capacity in Algeria (mmty), 2005-2017
Table 6: Middle East and Africa, Liquefaction Capacity in Egypt (mmty), 2005-2017
Table 7: Middle East and Africa, Liquefaction Capacity in Oman (mmty), 2005-2017
Table 8: Middle East and Africa, Liquefaction Capacity in Yeman (mmty), 2005-2017
Table 9: Middle East and Africa, Liquefaction Capacity in United Arab Emirates (mmty), 2005-2017
Table 10: Middle East and Africa, Liquefaction Capacity in Equatorial Guinea (mmty), 2005-2017
Table 11: Middle East and Africa, Liquefaction Capacity in Libyan Arab Jamahiriya (mmty), 2005-2017
Table 12: Middle East and Africa, Liquefaction Capacity in Angola (mmty), 2005-2017
Table 13: Middle East and Africa, Liquefaction Capacity in Iran (Islamic Republic of Iran) (mmty), 2005-2017
Table 14: Middle East and Africa, Liquefaction Capacity in Israel (mmty), 2005-2017
Table 15: Middle East and Africa, Regasification Capacity by Country (bcf), 2005-2017
Table 16: Middle East and Africa, Regasification Capacity in Kuwait (bcf), 2005-2017
Table 17: Middle East and Africa, Regasification Capacity in United Arab Emirates (bcf), 2005-2017
Table 18: Middle East and Africa, Regasification Capacity in Bahrain (bcf), 2005-2017
Table 19: Middle East and Africa, Regasification Capacity in Israel (bcf), 2005-2017
Table 20: Middle East and Africa Planned LNG Terminals, Liquefaction Capacity (mmty), 2013-2017
Table 21: Middle East and Africa Planned LNG Terminals, Regasification Capacity (bcf), 2013-2017
Table 22: Kuwait National Petroleum Company, Key Facts
Table 23: Kuwait National Petroleum Company, SWOT Analysis
Table 24: Qatar Petroleum, Key Facts
Table 25: Qatar Petroleum, SWOT Analysis
Table 26: Sonatrach SPA, Key Facts
Table 27: Sonatrach SPA, SWOT Analysis
Table 28: Oando Energy Resources To Acquire ConocoPhillips's Nigerian Business Units For $1.79 Billion
Table 29: Qatar Holding Acquires Additional Stake In Total
Table 30: GAIL (India) Plans To Acquire Certain Stake In LNG Plants From Chevron And Sonatrach
Table 31: Nigerian National Petroleum Completes Sale Of 19% Stake In Brass LNG

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1: Middle East and Africa, Liquefaction Capacity by Country (mmty), 2005-2017
Figure 2: Middle East and Africa, Regasification Capacity by Country (bcf), 2005-2017

COMPANIES MENTIONED

Kuwait National Petroleum Company
Qatar Petroleum
Sonatrach SPA

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